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Myself < Letting Go

May 18, 2010 | Format: MP3

$7.99
Also available in CD Format
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By Jesse Eggers on September 20, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I don't think these guys are much like inhale/exhale at all, except they are both heavy laden with screaming. Inhale/Exhale is much crunchier. To Speak of Wolves don't use the muted guitar or doublebass as much as other metalcore bands. But their music is heavy and driven. I would liken their music more to a Rage Against the Machine on steroids. The melodies and harmonies situated between the screaming is very good, and though they have enough repitition between choruses to latch onto, they throw a lot of varations in, so it doesn't wear out for a long time. I've listened to the album probably more than any other for the last 3 months, and it has only gotten better with each listen. And of course, great and bold Christian lyrics. It will be on the top of my playlist for a long time. Well worth checking out. Outstanding album.
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Format: Audio CD
To Speak of Wolves, interesting band name. Myself Letting Go is a really good album, start to finish. Spencer from Underoath, his brother is the drummer in To Speak of Wolves. I don't think To Speak of Wolves sounds that much like Underoath. I hope To Speak of Wolves is around for awhile, because I really like their sound. I really like the singing on this album. You may not agree with me, but one of the songs on this album White Dress, Red Letter reminds me a little bit of Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit's Singing style. This is a band to watch out for. Maybe this band will reach the success Underoath has someday. My favorite songs on this album are:
1. Dimming the Light
2. White Dress, Red Letter
3. Just One Last Time
4. Your Cage May Not Have Bars But It's Still A Cage
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I bought up this CD at a concert I went to in 2011 with these guys and Becoming the Archetype. They are a pretty good up and coming band. I got the opportunity to talk to the lead singer a bit too, and he is pretty awesome. If you're into hardcore/metal stuff, I recommend checking these guys out. Looking forward to a future release by them.
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