Yet

July 6, 2010 | Format: MP3

$9.49
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  • Original Release Date: July 6, 2010
  • Release Date: July 6, 2010
  • Label: Facedown Records
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  • Total Length: 47:20
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  • ASIN: B003TWZD8A
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #89,590 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Evan Dixon on July 7, 2010
Format: Audio CD
i have been listening to this album almost non-stop for the past few days since my preorder arrived in the mail, and all i can say is that this is an amazing album; in fact, it is quite literally one of my all-time favorites. each track on here can stand strong when listened to individually, yet [haha] as a cohesive whole, each of the ten tracks fits together and complements the others perfectly. aaron stone's guitar work and vocals have both improved tremendously since i am undone. the songs are heavier and yet more atmospheric in musical tone. and lyrically? shoot, don't even get me started. these are some of the best lyrics i've ever read/heard in my life. my particular favorite, lyric-wise, is pour - track 7. just amazing.
the point is - get this album. trust me when i say you will NOT be sorry you did.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Brownstone on July 24, 2011
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Finally! A Solid Christian rock band that actually reads their Bible! Amazing and original sound, talented musicians with a serious heart for the Lord which is reflected powerfully in their deep, Biblically sound lyrics. Certainly an Epic band. I wish more bands would follow the lead and put the heart into their music that these guys do.
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"Yet" starts off with a roaring start. Track 1, "Author," introduces the album quite well, running through all of the many textures of the album within the first 90 seconds. The song is based around the idea that everything good in us is from the Lord, and this is a repeating theme throughout the album, and may be considered the basis of the entire album [c.f. Youtube video "My Epic - YET Release" at 2:57]

From here, the album progresses into a track based around the idea of the humiliation of Christ, "Lower Still." This is my personal favorite track on the album, mostly because of its progression, from the birth of Christ, to the Crucifixion, to the Resurrection, to His Second Coming.

If I had the mind-capacity to wrap my mind around every single song, I would describe each in detail. But as my mind literally cannot comprehend the awesomeness of this album, I will leave it with summaries. Every single track on the album is lyrically and musically amazing. All of the tracks are a similar style, but none are "same-sounding."

One of the most amazing things about this band is that they reproduce nearly every sound live that you hear on the record. What you hear is what they actually played. Aaron actually plays guitar and sings that well, Jesse really plays drums that well, and Jeremiah truly plays bass like that.

Matt Goldman's engineering is top-notch as always. Since he has recorded the last three Underoath albums, you can hear a lot of Underoath-esque tones in the guitars and drums. His mixing and tracking techniques make for a very pleasant listening experience.

Overall, every track is enjoyable, all the lyrics fit and, even more, are theologically correct. Whether or not you believe in Jesus Christ, this is a highly enjoyable album.
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By Urbadurr on July 30, 2010
Format: Audio CD
My Epic is, handsdown, one of the greatest bands out there. I've been a hardcore My Epic fan since they released their demo cd that featured 'The Antidote' and 'Wise as Serpents...' back in '05 (two of their most amazing songs that are rare - I have posted them on youtube - [...]. With 'This is Rescue EP' they proved once again that they are truly the most amazing, lyric-driven artists that make music that punches you in the gut with truth but rocks out while doing it. I'm not a 'christian' music fan, but these guys are from the heart and you can relate to their message without feeling 'religion' crammed down your throat - unlike so many artists today who use Christianity as something to cower behind. I have more respect for the guys in My Epic than most any other band I listen to and that says a lot.
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By Kit Kitsch on July 17, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Dismissing a band because they're religious is incredibly shallow and close-minded. There is such a thing as spirituality without religion, and this albums message is more than just shoving Jesus down your throat. I absolutely can't stand it when people dismiss a band because of their beliefs.

Besides that, the music is mellow, atmospheric and cathartic. It gives a vibe that lets you immerse yourself in it and is best listened to from start to finish. In you're on the fence about buying it, check out "Author" and "Lower Still" and it should give you a good idea of what to expect from the album.

My only complaint is that on occasion the singing is off key and sounds weird against the beat of the music. But I suppose the raw sounding vocals only add to the atmosphere of it.
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By omaha stick on November 23, 2010
Format: Audio CD
There have only been few records that have caused me to have so many emotions at once going through me. This album is one of the few. I listen to all kinds of music and I believe if it sounds good its good. This album was a total impulse purchase and I think it was destiny. I really cannot write down the words nor even speak how incredible this album is. There is something so powerful about the lyrics and the honesty that comes out of them. The music in every aspect is HUGE sounding. This is perfection. Whatever I say cannot match the EPIC that this album shows. With that being said I have nothing else to say.
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