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Editorial Reviews

The Burning Season play emotion laced, furious metalcore. Filled with tech hc guitars not unlike Thrice. For fans o...see site for more info.

1. The Eternal Now
2. Weight of the World
3. A Fate Like Yours
4. Pick Up the Pieces
5. These Things
6. Year of the Cicada
7. Losing My Voice [Instrumental]
8. You Can't Say "Dance" on a Record [Intro to Track 9]
9. First Glance
10. Watch in Faith

Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 8, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Hand Of Hope Records
  • ASIN: B000A2GQ60
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #674,101 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kyle on May 3, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Man, that was the lamest title for a review, but I just got a little nutty there for a second.

I found out about these boys via Myspace.com/theburningseason. Hand of Hope records seems like it's doing a pretty good job for itself since its records are being distributed by Victory. Mad props you guys.

So, yeah. They sound sort of like Atreyu, with less poppiness, less singing, and a little more edge. Frankly, that's something that I like to hear.

My favorite song is Watch in Faith.

If you're a fan of Atreyu, As I Lay Dying, and crappy local metal bands that think that they can be as good as this...haha, then check these fellas out.
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By LeftManOut on October 30, 2005
Format: Audio CD
It's no big secret that metalcore is not such an innovative genre anymore. To be honest there's tons of bands out there all playing the same fusion of swedish metal riffs and breakdowns, with slight melodic tendencies. However there are plenty of bands that are doing it better than others, and there are a lot of smaller bands who are doing it fairly well are going virtually unrecognized. The Burning Season is one of those bands. While their style isn't the most original right now (but to be honest there are few bands that have actually created original styles), The Burning Season show they know what they're doing when it comes to playing melodic metalcore.

The album is solid all around. Fans of metal or hardcore will instantly take a liking to tracks like "The Eternal Now", "Year Of The Cicada" and "Watch In Faith". There's plenty of metallic riffs to compliment the heavy but melodic breakdowns, and the vocal presence is extremely powerful. The band also throws in a few songs with melodic backing vocals (which again isn't the most original thing right now) like "A Fate Like Ours" and "Pick Up The Pieces" which work extremely well as they are not overdone. Although the album definitely has a fair amount of good songs, its biggest drawback is that it's way too short (31:00 minutes total runtime). To be realistic I'd say there's only 7 songs on here. Two of the remaining three ("These Things" and "You Can't Say Dance On A Record") are 45 and 20 second tracks that are pretty much just one big, long breakdown. The other is the interlude track "Losing My Voice" which is just an acoustic melody with no vocals and slight atmospheric effects in the background. This definitely holds the album back a little because the album definitely had potential to hit hard.
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By Bodom86 on December 11, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I saw this band at a small Jersey venue about a year or so ago, and there was something about their sound that made me like them more than any of the other bands playing that night. They were selling merch in the back of the room, so I decided to buy their cd and a shirt. I listened to the cd once or twice, and it didn't grab me right away, so it went on my shelf for a little bit. Before long, I decided to give it another shot, and I liked it a lot more. The downfall with this record is that it is missing something that their live show had, I can't really put it into words. Don't get me wrong, this is a really good album, but I don't think they've captured their full ability here. But I do hope to hear some new music from them and see them live again very soon. They have a good sound and a lot of potential, it just wasn't acheived 100% on this album. Top songs include "The Eternal Now", "Weight of the World", "Pick up the Pieces", and the 21-second "You Can't Say Dance on a Record". I wouldn't be surprised if this band hits it a lot bigger on their next album. Worth a listen.
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By Kyle on June 5, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I found The Burning Season on Myspace while browsing through the Post-Hardcore charts and I have to say that they are quite the diamond in the rough. They're on a label that's distributed by Victory Records, so they obviously have a similar taste as bands on the label similarly. I describe them as Atreyu with more screaming and less poppiness and like As I Lay Dying with slower and more frequent breakdowns. This album is worth the money.
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