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Untouchable

Before Their Eyes Audio CD
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 9, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rise Records
  • ASIN: B003597OQQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #255,753 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Hey Dude!
2. Sing To Me
3. Not Alone
4. Love Is Misery
5. My Match, Your Fire
6. Start With Today
7. Bulletproof
8. Finding A Way
9. Rick Vs Nick
10. Hell Or High Water
11. Start With Today (Acoustic)

Editorial Reviews

Ohio's own Before Their Eyes are back with their 3rd studio album set to be released March 9th 2010. Ready to gather the masses, Before Their Eyes have the unique advantage to pull audiences from the entire spectrum of the all ages scene. Whether you love sing-a-long chorus', hard-core break downs, or pop dance beats, this Christian five-piece has it all. "Untouchable", arguably the bands most ambitious endeavor, will serve as their testament of everything they've worked so hard to achieve. "Untouchable" was produced with metal guru Joey Sturgis (The Devil Wears Prada, Attack Attack!)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Change is good March 10, 2010
Format:Audio CD
I have been a BTE fan since the start with the first, self titled album being my favorite. This album has overtaken that spot and is amazing. While a lot of people are complaining that it does not have enough screaming (which if I had to complain about anything, I would agree with this)the songs that incorporate screaming are epic. Hell or High Water is my favorite song and has one of the sickest breakdowns I have ever heard. This is a band trying to make a name for themselves and that is their inspiration to change their style slightly and I can appreciate that. Great album guys, keep it up!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Two Birds with One Stone March 10, 2010
Format:Audio CD
Talk about hitting two birds with one stone... two EP's for the price of one album. Before Their Eyes' most recent release "Untouchable" opens with what is quintessentially the perfect post-hardcore screamo anthem, "Hey Dude!". Piercing vocals and uplifting lyrics it gets the album rocking from the outset.

Here is where it gets twisted; BTE has risen in prominence through its hard guitars and screams, so why not shift gears from 5th to 2nd and sing a pop-rock diddy? The vocals are clean and the guitar lines quick and simple. "Sing to Me" has mainstream appeal and definitely will be a focal point for the album. The following next three songs stay in the realm of pop-rock, closing with perhaps the best of the BTE Goes Pop EP... "My Match, Your Fire". For fans of Jimmy Eat World, The Juliana Theory, Yellowcard and the like, this section reads like a chapter out of the emo playbook.

Breaking up the two sides of this album is a contribution entitled, "Start With Today", which reads like a ballad. Featuring vocals from Kristen Williams, it's a song that demands a lighter and thousands of swaying arms. Lyrically it drives home the need to live in the moment and speaks of reconciliation.

Fans of BTE's two preceding albums will recognize the next four songs, as the dark screams return and the album takes a step into a depth that made their early music successful. "Finding a Way" will easily be a rocker's anthem and dream. However, instead of a hard punch to the gut to close the album, they chose to add an acoustic version of "Start With Today" which seals the album as exclusively one of the most diverse post-hardcore albums I've ever heard. Simply brilliant, It's untouchable!
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5.0 out of 5 stars An engineering miracle... October 30, 2010
Format:Audio CD
Oddly, I'm not even going to write about the quality of the writing in these songs (although they are quite good). As a songwriter, musician and engineer, however, I was floored when I put this on the (very expensive) headphones and starting trying to dissect the production. These guys, and the technical team behind them, are hugely talented. The production is so smooth, and so polished, and so pure, it just sucks you into each track. At some points it does become a bit harsh from an audio standpoint, but even that seems planned and flawlessly executed. It almost seems a shame when each track ends, there is so much going on, you just want it to continue! At first glance, they seem to comfortably fit into all the usual stereotypes of similar pop metal bands... except that's not really what they are. There is literally something in here for almost anyone who likes any kind of rock, from ballads to thrash, which is perhaps the the only criticism I can level at this album as a whole... it almost tries to cover too much territory. The singing especially is phenomenal and makes every song enjoyable, even the massively heavy ones (if that's not your thing). I heard this album accidentally, and that just should not be the case. I hope they really break big, because we need this kind of music to show the next batch of musicians-in-training where the bar is that they need to reach for.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Definition Of Greatness March 13, 2010
By Brian
Format:MP3 Music
So these guys might be some of the hardest working in the business, and I know that sounds cliche... but from my point of view its totally true. The CD is solid, from beginning to end, it's moved up to one of my all time favorites in only a few listens.

In a world of stealing music, I waited to listen to this til I held the CD in hand. And I was not disappointed for the wait. It's the first CD in a long time that I haven't listened to before I bought, and I'm glad I didn't because I sat back and just enjoyed this CD so much on first listen, I instantly put it on again.

This band deserves your undivided attention and this CD should get it. It's sincerely nothing short of amazing.

Why are you still reading this!? Buy the CD! Now!
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