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Eternal Enemies

April 15, 2014 | Format: MP3

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Some would assume that the members of Emmure pride themselves on putting out aggressive music to feed anyone's angst, and you'd be right about it with every album they've recorded. Eternal Enemies is the latest release following recent controversy centered around frontman Frankie Palmeri including manufacturing distasteful t-shirts, and racist and homophobic online rants. Like Fred Durst, Frankie isn't too shy to fire back at the naysayers making for some angry and personal music. Like most hardcore and punk bands, there's very little in the way of maturity in songwriting. Those looking for growth may be disappointed. Love 'em or hate 'em, it's impressive to say the least.
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Finally! A metal album that puts into words (lyrics?) how I feel about things in the world today, and the apathy that accompanies the era. I'm a fan of bands like Dry Kill Logic, Korn, Godsmack, Sepultura.... And to be honest this band set the bar higher for this genre in my case. Won't do it for everyone.... But this one has everything I like; a good mix of growling lyrics spit at the mic, bass and drum mixtures to give it a nice, heavy and dark rhythm, and then crisp vocals to even out the tone and make the entire album flow nicely.

5 stars, I hope Emmure continues to do great things, and I hope Frankie remains as outspoken as many of us NYY fans are. They don't need anyone's approval, but damn they got mine fast.
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By Judy on June 4, 2014
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I don't understand all of the hate this album is getting. Sure, it's controversial and not everyone's cup of tea, but personally, I love it! Their sound has progressed while keeping the "Emmure" elements that the fans have grown to love. If you're an Emmure fan, you will love this album!
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Juicy and loud, Love rolling down the windows and watching the fear spread across the faces of all whom come in contact with my car and I. Not all of this cd is fitting, I find the diction to be lacking (which is rather rare for F.P). The guitars are original, creative and not as cookie cutter as the haters make it out to be. The screams and chants are outta this world, and they are presented in a way that would scare the cabbage s*** outta a pack of oil rigging meth heads. Minor complaint is I sense some filler songs that we all know we will never hear on the road as the E catalog is already thick with relentless, destructive, undying energy and aggressive tracks. The drums never evolved from the past records (i was just hoping for a few eerie 808's and faster kicks) but still keep the groove as always. Overall amazing accomplishment on what in my opinion is Victory's king jewel. Will be listening to this for the next few months easy, thanks guys.
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Not as good as thier old stuff and definitely not as good as slave to the game. But decent, cant wait to hear it live though
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EMMURE is a band you're going to either love or hate. I'm pretty much in the middle, even though there have been good albums from the band, such as their last album SLAVE TO THE GAME. This is pretty much typical EMMURE material that doesn't really have much substance to it other than if you're wanting to let out some energy. It's okay, although I will give the band props for its creative mixing of Limp-Bizkit like rapping and deathcore breakdowns, which is something that is distinctive about the band, and is handled quite well.

Rating: 3 stars/5 stars
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I can't say that I'm a die hard Emmure fan. I just saw them on July 11th at the Mayhem Festival. I thought they were so fantastic, that I went ahead and bought this album. Now, this is very heavy music. I love it, I don't usually listen to all it heavy, but this, this is fantastic. The first two songs are my favorite.
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Emmure's latest release Eternal Enemies is something that could have been Emmure's next step. Granted Emmure is a band that has gotten hate from most people. Due to either controversial song titles and lyrics, very cookie cutter basic riffs and often being called the Limp Bizkit of Metalcore. Although I wont lie Eternal Enemies is a step up from Emmure's Felony. But really that's not saying much at all.

There are really only three songs I could really say are worth a listen. The two singles Nemesis and E are very basic songs but they seriously set the mood up well. While Nemesis tries to prove that Emmure is one of the best bands around. Which you really shouldn't take seriously. Plus the song E is a throwback to the late 90's. A Gift A Curse is also probably another one of the most notable songs on the album. Simply because it uses riffs that you would never hear from Emmure. Plus a powerful message in the lyrics. Also the song We were just Kids is a very emotional piece from Emmure. I wish Emmure would write more tracks like these because I feel they are awesome with the powerful riffs found.Also one thing to note most of the Pop Culture references found in previous albums are gone. Asides from maybe one or two tracks. But that's just a notice. Everything else is utterly boring in general. While N.I.A. (News in Arizona) tries to be unique in the beginning it falls flat on it's face. Most Hated is so bad it's good it's like listening to a 16 year old ramble on about his life. But I think you get the picture.

Overall Emmure's Eternal Enemies felt like two steps backwards. Just when Emmure was getting somewhere this album felt like a step backwards. Though Nemesis might remain popular to the hardcore crowd at a concert that's for sure. I think three songs are good old Emmure.
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