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A Death-Grip On Yesterday

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Atreyu is taking the world by the throat once again with their stunningly intense and highly anticipated new album, A Deathgrip On Yesterday. Quickly devouring any preconceived notions about their trademark metallic riffs and evil, thunderous, guttural vocals, Atreyu have not only written the book on exceeding expectations and reinventing genres, they continue to live it with A Deathgrip On Yesterday. Josh Abraham, respected producer for his work on albums with Korn, Velvet Revolver and Staind, manned the controls on A Deathgrip On Yesterday. The result is nothing less than a haunting masterpiece that picks up where 2004's smash, The Curse, left off. A Deathgrip On Yesterday is predicted to continue Atreyu's trend of shattering charts and records with a Top Five debut and first week sales predicted at over 100,000! Victory. 2006.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 28, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: March 28, 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Victory
  • Run Time: 27 minutes
  • ASIN: B000EDWL4G
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,292 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I went through and read most of the reviews for this cd and I must say it made me sick. What is wrong with people? A band changes just a bit and they are sellouts. News flash people...if bands didn't change then every album would sound the same.
Now, getting to the cd. Suicide Notes & Butterfly Kisses is the first hardcore album I ever listened to...so naturally when I saw that Atreyu was releasing Death-Grip I was more than excited. This cd is in my opinion the best material they have ever put out. I believe that Atreyu has become more than just another hardcore band, and this album proves it. There is alot more singing than in their previous releases...but who says that's a bad thing. The guitars are alot cleaner sounding and blend together almost flawlessly with the bass. The drums are still as good as ever...if not better. Also, not only does Alex own this cd with his destructive screaming...he has learned to sing as well.
All in all I say anyone that enjoys GOOD music and not the mainstream [...] that gets pumped into your ears by mtv should go buy this cd now. If you think it sucks or Atreyu sold out then you are a complete and total moron and you should just go back to listening to crappy bands like Korn or Mudvayne and continue hating your life.

Stand out tracks:
We Stand Up, The Theft, Untitled Finale, Creature
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Atreyu are without a doubt one of the most commercially successful metalcore bands out there, alongside Killswitch Engage and As I Lay Dying. The difference is these guys are trying to expand on their fanbase without worrying about what "scene kids" think. So f*ckin be it, theyre still sounding great. It opens with a mid-tempo song, Creature, a song that proves you dont have to come out of the gates with a fast track right away to get the listener's attention. One of the best songs is the lightest one theyve ever written, The Theft. Alex actually does clean singing in this song which is a first, showing hes got some more confidence. The weakest track is probably the first single, Ex's and Oh's, its got a catchy chorus and not much else. In comparison to the other albums its hard to figure where to put this, they dont mind slowing things down a bit on Deathgrip, and theyre not enslaved to the "must have at least one breakdown in each song" mentality that most metalcore bands fall victim to. It was a logical next step to have more melody on their latest album, so the sell-out cries from some scenesters dont hold much weight.
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I think this album is very good, because it has nine songs which is a key element to hooking you in, that way you wont get tired of the sound that there producing on this album. I dont know why people hate when a song is catchy, ex's and oh's is a great song and is unique to the transition of singing to screaming which Atreyu is king of, except this time out Alex sings a bit and Brandon(drummer) screams a bit, opposite the usual formula, what do you expect, if i were part of the band i would do the same thing. That song is awesome and i love the rhythm in the first line where he says: "Cold rust taste, a cruel creeping cold pain, do you understand what i mean, when you feel your sould drop to the floor, like a hole like an open bleeding sore, bled like i bled, wept like i wept", its almost like a tongue twister and sounds cool(genius). All of you Atreyu haters, dont put them down just because they got talent, Alex's scream is unlike others where the rhythm takes alot more talent. I think its harder to belch(deepthroat) his lyrics than most other frontman, the unique rhythm is tremendously catchy and the way he transends from singing now is genius. Listen to songs: "Our Sick Story" and "My Fork In the Road" and read the lyrics. This song is a great song i would dedicate to any ex i had(hate). They provide the energy that most hardcore bands lack, cmon guys its Atreyu, they define the word Hardcore, not metalcore like others, HARDCORE! It carries enough guitar solos to keep the tunes in your head, not too many which is not overdoing it(avenged sevenfold). I still like A7X though, because a true fan appreciates decisions the band makes and stays loyal, and i would'nt put them down like some shallow fans I noticed who reviewed Atreyu.Read more ›
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By Mark De Mesa on March 30, 2006
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well i must say that this album wasnt anything that i expected. i had heard the first single Ex's and Oh's from Victory Records website and i was shocked to say the least when i heard alex singing instead of screaming for the first time. but as time went on and i listened to it more and more, i found that not only do they sound better then before but they have also evolved into something better. with tracks like creature and my fork in the road, it shows they havent lost there old roots but with songs like the theft, it also shows that they are able to do something new. for me, i think that the theft is the best song the album has to offer. its proves that atreyu dosent have to make something heavy to make a good song. alex can sing as well as scream and i think this song proves that. all and all, i think this album is the best that atreyu has made so far and i hope that whatever they choose to make in the future is as good if not better then a deathgrip on yesterday.
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