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Pain Is A Warning

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Today is the Day reign as one of the most unique and influential bands of the past two decades. The band s violent and anthemic style blends metal, noise, psychedelic, and rock, winning them worldwide acclaim since their debut release Supernova in the early 90s.

They have toured the world with Morbid Angel, Motorhead, Helmet, Unsane, Converge, Napalm Death, Coalesce and many others. Steve Austin, the iconic founder and front man of Today is the Day, has made a name as a producer, aiding in the creation of seminal albums for Converge, Lamb of God, Deadguy, and more. Widely influential, Today is the Day is accredited as one of the national starting points for Bill Kelliher and Brann Dailor, who would later form Mastodon after spending time in the band in 1999.

The band released prior material with respected cult labels Amphetamine Reptile, Relapse, Hydrahead and Steve Austin s own Supernova Records before signing with Black Market Activities earlier this year.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Expectations Exceed Reality
  2. Death Curse
  3. Pain Is A Warning
  4. Wheelin'
  5. The Devil's Blood
  6. Remember To Forget
  7. Slave To Serenity
  8. This Is You
  9. Samurai


Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 16, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: August 16, 2011
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Black Market Activities
  • Run Time: 43 minutes
  • ASIN: B0056AI952
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #185,432 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By J. Boles on August 19, 2011
Format: Audio CD
Each new release from Today Is The Day is a momentous occasion for me. I can still recall taking off from work early to secure my copy of 'Sadness Will Prevail' from a local merchant, and can recall waiting with a sense of eager tension for the mail to deliver 'Axis of Eden' and '1001: A Rock Odyssey' (from singer Steve Austin's side project, Taipan).

So it goes without saying that the announcement of the band recording new material earlier in the year was met with much joy on my behalf. After all, I have been a big fan of these guys for more than a decade now, and despite the joy of being able to download MP3 albums with relative ease, I still like tracking down the physical copies of their releases as the packaging generally adds to the experience.

I was far from let down. In fact, I would daresay this is possibly the strongest recording from Steve Austin in a very long time. As much as I enjoyed In The Eyes of God, Sadness Will Prevail, Kiss the Pig, and Axis of Eden, I would rate this album as being in the top tier of their released output, equally good when compared to classics like Willpower and their self-titled release, but just a step below their masterpiece, Temple of the Morning Star, which was going to be a tough one to top for any band. Another point in its favor has been its continual replay value since it arrived; my attention span with new releases can be hit or miss, with A Storm of Light's newest album being the only release that saw any form of continual replay this year. This album easily joins that record's status as being worthy of repeat listens.

What makes this album truly great is how it blends everything that makes Today Is The Day interesting into one unamimous front.
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This is the best Today Is The Day album in years. If you were turned off by the lo-fi grindcore of the last few, don't worry -- he's back to the hi-fidelity heavy-as-hell screaming metal that he used to be so great at. This is the true follow-up to "Temple of the Morning Star." Buy it now!
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Picked this record up yesterday, anticipating the release of a new Today is the Day record and I have to say I absolutely love this album!! It seems to be a little less pissed (excluding tracks 1 and 2), more focused and the sound has changed some since previous record. The vocals are more straight forward as well as the musicianship. Its easier to grasp, but still Today is the Day. Some of the tracks remind me of Neurosis, Queens of the Stone Age, Trap Them.. its definitely more rock and dirty punk in its delivery. Recorded by Kurt Ballou from Converge so yeah, it sounds heavy, loud and clean. Pick this up!!
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I love this album. This is the most straight forward and fun album Today Is The Day has ever released. Some of the tracks are akin to idiotic AC/DC songs you want to scream along with, while others are a type of solemn post-rock I never thought I'd hear Austin attempt. The production is excellent, and the experimentation is unpretentious, making this album the polar opposite of TITD's bizarre, brutal, and absurdly long "Sadness Will Prevail." Can't wait to hear this material live.
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