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After selling over 50,000 copies of their previous 2 albums and touring the US countless times with bands like August Burns Red, Whitechapel, and Acaica Strain, Impending Doom are back with their third full length There Will Be Violence . Recorded at Lambesis Studios with Daniel Castleman (As I Lay Dying, Winds Of Plague, War Of Ages), There Will Be Violence is 10 tracks of the heaviest and finest metal that fans have come to expect from Southern California s Impending Doom. The band will be touring this summer as part of the annual Thrash And Burn tour in support of the new album.

1. Hell Breaks Loose
2. There Will Be Violence
3. Orphans
4. Peace Illusion
5. The Great Fear
6. Walking Through Fire
7. Love Has Risen
8. The Son Is Mine
9. Children Of Wrath
10. Sweating Blood

Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 20, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Facedown
  • ASIN: B003NAQ6YI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,931 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I recommend this album to all death metal fans.
king beagley
This has been done seamlessly without negatively effecting the band's overall sound.
JBL
Get this album, a must have for metal fans of all kind.
drapermetalhead

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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Alex C. Trambley on July 30, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I was a bit hesitant when I first heard this album, but as I've listened to it probably over 40 times, I've come to the conclusion that this album sounds like no other. From the drop-G guitars to the throaty bass to the masterful drums, There Will Be Violence is easily the best album that Impending Doom has released to date. Every song sounds unique, and the more you listen to them the more you can appreciate the talent that has gone into making them.

The opening song "Hell Breaks Loose" sets the mood for a passionate tale of post-apocalyptic Earth where humans have turned against each other, all while those who exist in faith have risen in strength. With the best lyrical content to date, There Will Be Violence makes you feel as if the end of the world is coming, and you had better prepare.

Orphans, There Will Be Violence, The Great Fear, and Children of Wrath are the best songs on the album (not to say the others aren't good, they're just not as precisely brutal as these four). My personal favorite is Orphans, with a consistent riff present throughout most of the song that just incites the need to bang your head. Orphans has a vocal portion from none other than Tim Lambesis (lead singer of none other than As I Lay Dying), while The Great Fear features Vincent Bennett from the Acacia Strain. Both songs benefit greatly from these guest spots, adding to the already phenomenal value that the album provides.

My only gripe with the album that it is, yet again, too short. Some of the songs are a bit short in length, and the album itself could use with another song or two, but what it does contain is phenomenal.

I really hope that this album gets Impending Doom more of the limelight, because they're definitely a force in the metal world that is to be reckoned with.
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By leon griner on February 9, 2014
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great album no parent can say corrupted their kids mind by listening to this christian \metal/ music that totally suprised me how good it was and i think this album is their best one the new one has 3 kinda slow songs
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By Robert on October 22, 2013
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I really liked the article I'm very happy with purchase the product is quality and I keep still recommend purchase
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For their third full-length effort, California's Impending Doom opt for a more traditional deathcore approach, fusing in a distinct abundance of death metal and hardcore influence, even though the songs on "There Will Be Violence" are rooted in the Christian band's original grindcore roots. I.D.'s bag of tricks will be a familiar-sounding one to anybody that has been exposed to modern-day deathcore very much. But it is a potent bag, nonetheless. Immensely downtuned (i.e. drop-G) guitars, same-y sounding breakdowns, vicious vocals, heavy bass lines, and excellent drumming -- yep, it's all here.

Punching, lumbering power chords and machine-gun-fast blasting occupy 99% of "Hell Breaks Loose," a seventy-five-second long opener that would be completely instrumental if not for its inclusion of one lyric: A chilling spoken-word whisper of the word "silence" near the beginning. But the album does not really get off the ground until adopting a couple of bursts of speed. The title song immediately follows-up "Hell Breaks Loose" as a blistering and fairly breakneck bruiser that floors the gas-pedal while spitting out gobs of slamming blast beats, really, really wicked and brutal vocals (including some grindcore-worthy near pig squeals), and brisk, mosh-intensive riffs. A Dying Fetus-meets-Hatebreed-esque approach taken on "Orphans" then follows this up, and even features some guest vocals from As I Lay Dying/Austrian Death Machine singer Tim Lambesis (who also produced the record). And "Orphans" is also noteworthy for being a very concise and compact blast which just barely cracks the three-minute-mark.
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This album I actually bought at a show of theirs in Salt Lake City and had the singer sign it for me. Not that thats the only reason I like it, but like the name of the album there was plenty of violence durring their set. Such a tallented group that plays just as well live as on record. Get this album, a must have for metal fans of all kind. Thrash on you crazy f***ers!
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By P J Willoughby on February 4, 2012
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There are many different genres within the metal scene. Not contented with being labelled `deathcore', Impending Doom came up with their own one called `Gorship'. Now this needs clarifying as "Gorship" is about worshiping God through their gore sounding music; not actually worshiping "gore"!

Impending Doom are from California and formed in 2005. They released `The Sin And Doom Of Godless Man' EP (2005), `Nailed.Dead.Risen' (2007), The Serpent Servant' (2009) and now `There Will Be Violence' (2010). The band comprises Brook Reeves (vocals), Cory Johnson (guitar), David Sittig (bass) and Brandon Trahan (drums).

As you might expected the lyrical content is as brutal as the music "We are the voice for the voiceless among unholy kingdoms drunk with blasphemy / We are continents wide and oceans deep / The blood of the saints is splashed across the ruins like a holy holocaust / We will return and you will hear an uproar of lost souls/ There will be violence! There will be violence!". It is worth noting that the death metal vocals on their previous release have matured here into deep growling.

Tim Lambesis of As I Lay Dying contributes guest vocals to `Orphans'. Brook states "This song goes out to the castaway children and to the ones that this world deems unworthy of love. God's heart is for those who are broken and for those who want to be restored. "Orphans come home the kingdom is yours."

The songs tend to chug along and then suddenly their new drummer, Brandan, pulls out all the stops on `The Great Fear' with such rapid intensity that it leaves you breathless. It features guest vocals by Vincent Bennett of The Acacia Strain. There is a short respite in the form of a mid-paced instrumental `Love Has Risen' and then it's back to deathcore chugging.

They end off with `Sweating Blood', which revisits the same theme as they started with, namely that christians will be persecuted for their faith in the End Times.
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