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To the Pain

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Nonpoint has sold well over 400,000 records in the US and has a huge, dedicated, and ever growing fan base. Their unrelenting live shows have earned them the reputation as one of the best live bands in rock today. This release is the culmination of everything they've worked for. In an era of one record and over-with careers, Nonpoint is steady and true, growing larger every year and doing what they do best: crushing with their sound and presence. No frills, no bullshit. Just brutality. They've toured with the Warped Tour, Linkin Park, Ozzfest, Disturbed, Sevendust, Deftones, Machine Head, Papa Roach, Mudvayne, and more. Bieler Bros. 2005.


1. Bullet With A Name
2. There's Going To Be A War!
3. The Wreckoning
4. Alive And Kicking
5. Explain Yourself
6. Buscandome
7. To The Pain
8. (Ren-Dishen)
9. Explain Myself?
10. Skin
11. Code Red
12. Wrong Before
13. The Longest Beginning
14. The Shortest Ending
15. Silent
16. Silent
17. Silent
18. Silent
19. Silent
20. Silent
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 8, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Bieler Bros Records
  • ASIN: B000BKDNVC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #42,703 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful By A. Stutheit on November 10, 2005
Format: Audio CD
For the first two albums of their career, the hard working Florida quartet known as Nonpoint were a well above average nu-metal group. But then, frontman Elias Soriano grew tired of the "first in face nu-metal fury," so his band cranked down the anger and upped the melody for last year's "Recoil." That album had stellar results, but, for whatever reason, Nonpoint decided to follow it up rather quickly, and release their fourth album, "To The Pain," only about a year later. This album is more-or-less a return to Nonpoint's crunchy, downtuned aggression of old.

"Bullet With A Name" is a very catchy song which was deservedly the album's preceding lead single. It begins very ominously, with the foreboding sound of someone loading a clip into a gun. The beat kicks in soon thereafter, and the song is powered by a strong, churning riff. "The Wreckoning" has bobbing, swooping riffs, while Elias fittingly yells about a wrecking ball. Track six, "Buscandome," has fast, almost blistering guitar work, and the next song, the title track, is mainly a lurching, stop-start rhythm with punching, grinding guitars. Lastly, "Skin" is a stutter-stepping rhythm with lumbering guitars, and "Code Red" has a very catchy, bobbing beat, with guitars that needle and poke.

"To The Pain" is a lot more consistently heavy than "Recoil"--in fact, this might be the band's heaviest release to date. But, unfortunately, there is a downside to this. Even though the title track has a slow tempo change which features a light drum beat and singing, and track eight is an interlude with electronic sound effects to break up the monotony, this album is somewhat monochromatic and one-dimensional.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Moscatello on November 8, 2005
Format: Audio CD
quickly after the release of "recoil",nonpoint is ready to destroy again with "to the pain".with lackluster sales of the last cd,nonpoint was removed from the lava records roster and signed on with beiler brothers, allowing for a more pummeling record-this is the fourth label in 4 albums.the album explodes all around with crazy frantic drumwork by big man robb.andys guitar riffs sear thru the cd and elias is heard screaming the way he always used to back in the "statement" days.kb,who now goes by b*****d,grumbles throughout the cd on the bass.they experiment alot with new styles, including lots of salsa with maracas,ska on "explain yourself",a techno feel on the instrumental "rendishen",lots of punk and hardcore feels on tracks like "explain myself" and "skin".theres even some rap on "alive and kicking",taking you back to when rapcore was hot and when nonpoint were cream of the crop.this album,although not commercially aimed for huge success shows nonpoint doing what they do best-avoidng the norm of rock music and creating a fierce cd with no strings attached.it just plain kicks some behind and then some.the production owns,everything is rock solid.if you dont get this album,you are missing one of the cds of the year.superb work
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R. Caplan on November 9, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This album is actually Nonpoint's 4th (where does the time go?!!?) and most aggressive. Its also easily the most technical of them all, with many instrumentals and even more passionate, angry tracks. Crisp guitar, flowing basslines and 6-ways-from-Sunday drumming makes for an enjoyable listen. Nonpoint does not re-define the genre, but they do make the most of it.

Nonpoint tends to get overlooked in a mediocre sea of P.O.D, Seether, and Korn. So get this album, and crank it up!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Jochem on November 28, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Though "to the pain" has its high points with songs like "Alive and Kicking" and "Code Red", the record is by far not Nonpoints best work. As the album progresses you can tell that some songs begin to sound the same. If the band took a few more months to polish up the songs the album would be far better.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Teeter on January 6, 2006
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To The Pain caught me by suprise. I was expecting an album more like Recoil, with heavy tracks like Broken Bones and Rabia, blended with slower, more melodic tracks like Wait and Past it All. To The Pain is consistently strong, although the songs don't all sound the same, which is a good thing. Bullet With A Name is an excellent song that I think many people can relate to, myself included. The title track is definitely different as far as the beat goes and so forth, but retains the hard edge that Nonpoint perfects in their heavier tracks. Alive and Kicking is probably the best track on the album, flowing with raw emotion and leaving with a final sense of overcoming bad relationships (whether it be with someone you're with, somewhere you work, etc.). All in all, To The Pain is yet another great album from one of the music industry's few constants. Although Nonpoint may change their tempo from album to album (I know a lot of people were disappointed with Development, but I think those people are missing the point of the album), the end result is always the same - excellent music. This album, and Nonpoint's other three albums, are without a doubt worth the money. And another thing, if you haven't seen Nonpoint live, you don't know what you're missing. I've seen them twice performing opening sets, and the headlining bands just couldn't stack up to the show Nonpoint puts on.
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