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Sin and Bones

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Fozzy is the brainchild of Rich Ward and Chris Jericho, two larger-than-life, trailblazing personalities that have spent the past decade shaping their own brand of sonic splendor, Ward's incendiary guitars forging a path for Jericho's inimitable vocals atop a rhythmic foundation of earth-rattling proportions. Not that anybody should be surprised. Ward is one of metal s pioneers the mastermind of Stuck Mojo, he soldered metal with rhythmic vocals long before it became fashionable, touring the world with some of metal s biggest bands and being hailed as one of Pantera legend Dimebag Darrell and Black Label Society/Ozzy Osbourne axe man Zakk Wylde's favorite guitarists. And front men don't come more dynamic than Chris Jericho, one of professional wrestling's biggest superstars, the embodiment of charisma, and the byproduct of a lifetime immersed in metal.

Sins and Bones is Fozzy in their full metal glory, 10 tracks of the most powerful music North America has to offer, capturing the bands powerhouse fusion of genres power metal roots bleeding with progressive style and a classic feel. Jericho and Ward have combined to sell more than 1.2 million records in their heralded careers, but those numbers are a fraction of the audience Fozzy were introduced to when their front man made the Top 7 as a contestant on season 10 of Dancing with the Stars, one of the biggest television shows in the world. Chris Jericho has conquered prime time now its time for Fozzy to conquer the world of heavy metal.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Spider in My Mouth
  2. Sandpaper
  3. Blood Happens
  4. Inside My Head
  5. Sin and Bones
  6. A Passed Life
  7. She's My Addiction
  8. Shine Forever
  9. Dark Passenger
  10. Storm the Beaches


Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 14, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: August 14, 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Century Media
  • ASIN: B008DVJN2Y
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #114,752 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Paul Mcguire on August 14, 2012
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I'm not typically a fan of the style of guitar used on this album in some of the heavier tracks but it is used well and doesn't sound generic in the least. This is an album with a solid singer that is driven by some fabulous song-writing, guitar, and drum work. The mastering leaves a bit to be desired, with some audible distortion on a few tracks but the overall sound quality is still very good, and the instruments are well-mixed.

There is a good amount of variety among the tracks and most of them are a lot longer than your typical metal so even though there are only 10 tracks the album is a good length. The final track is a blistering 10 minutes of power that really shines. Overall, if you enjoy a heavier type of metal, there is a lot to love here.
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The first song I ever heard by Fozzy was Martyr No More from the cd Chasing the Grail. I bought that cd and thought this band was amazing. So I bought the rest of their music. Again, I was blown away by their sound. Now out comes their new release, Sin and Bones. Wow! Their music flows more naturally with each cd. I love the strong beats and the heavy guitar riffs. Chris Jericho's vocals get stronger and better all the time. I love the direction the band is going and I see them being around for a long time. If you want good "old school" rock, this is the cd for you.
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I already loved Fozzy and I already loved Chris Jericho, so purchasing this album was a no brainer. The band as a whole always comes through and makes wonderful music that can be listened to again and again. Still, for the record Sin And Bones is the best album yet. The band was already hard rock to an incredible level, but this one is borderline metal in the best way. If you are looking for a good album with awesome beats and very great lyrics this one is for you. Chris Jericho's voice will prove to you that he is not just some crazy Canadian wrestler from the WWE, but a rock star indeed. ALSO: "Sandpaper" featuring Avenged Sevenfold's M. Shadow's is probably the biggest gem out of the batch. Worth a listen.
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By far the BEST Fozzy album to date!!! A great mix of rock with some heavy and not so heavy tunes. Jericho's vocals are amazing on this album, as are the other guest vocalists on the album. Fozzy even has a nice metal shout out to all those who fought in Normandy with the song "Storm the Beaches which itself is a lengthy but awesome track! A must for any Jerichoholic and really anyone into metal/rock. I don't think I'll ever get tired of listening to this album!
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I've been a fan of Chris Jericho since he burst on to the wrestling scene in ECW. Even as a young guy he had great charisma. He knew how to control the audience and get the reactions he wanted out of them. Everytime he came on screen, you knew that you were watching a legend in the making. When he announced that he was going to be working on music, originally as Moongoose McQueen, you just knew he was going to make it.

Fast forward to 2012 and Fozzy is releasing their 5th album, SIN AND BONES. From the start of the album, Jericho, Rich Ward and the rest of the Fozzy gang never let up. You can clearly hear that this album was heavily influenced by Iron Maiden, and that's not a bad thing. This is the best album that the band has put out, hands down. It's 52 minutes of awesome. Jericho might not be the best singer around, but he knows how to work with what he has. His shortcomings as a vocalist are made up by the amazing musical work by Ward, Billy Grey, Paul Dileo and Frank Fontsere. If you're into having a good time with your metal, this is a must buy!
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I've bought every Fozzy album to date and these guys keep finding a way to raise the bar for themselves. They always play something different but yet there are trickles of their signature sound mixed through out the album. This band is maturing into a legit threat in the Rock genre.
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I bought Fozzy's very first album the day it came out, and then mostly forgot about them. Then I found this album on sale, and WOW! Fozzy is basically my new favorite band, and I've been listening to this album and their newer one (Do You Wanna Start a War) basically on repeat. (That's actually REALLY rare for me)
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Although most wrestling fans love Chris Jericho, there doesn't seem to be a whole lot of love for Fozzy within the community. I'd argue that isn't fair. I've been a metal fan all of my life. The first band I really fell in love with was Metallica. And although my taste in music has evolved over time, I still enjoy the occasional good metal album.

Chasing the Grail, Fozzy's 2010 album, had a few bright spots worth listening to, and showed fans that Fozzy had evolved. Sin and Bones is Fozzy taking that next step, an attempt to gain real mainstream success. It's Fozzy moving away from their cheesy, hair metal roots, towards a more modern sound. This is my review of Sin and Bones:

+Spider In My Mouth: The album's opener begins with haunting background music, and a little girl reciting "itsy bitsy spider..." It's somewhat typical of a heavy metal album - the soft opening to a rousing rocker to kickstart the album. I actually consider Spider in My Mouth to be one of the album's best songs. Jericho's vocals during the chorus sound great, as do the heavy guitar riffs.

+Sandpaper: Sandpaper is likely to be the one song you've heard if you listen to your local rock station. The song features M. Shadows, the lead singer of Avenged Sevenfold, and not shockingly, Sandpaper sounds very much like an Avenged Sevenfold song. A good one. Sandpaper is a nice radio song, and M. Shadows fits right in with Jericho and guitarist Rich Ward.

+Blood Happens: Unlike most Fozzy songs, the lyrics here are actually strong. They aren't deep, but they're enjoyable. When Jericho sings "I'm a street sweeper, Scene stealer, Double-barreled key keeper, Living my life on the fly, I'm a code breaker, Faith shaker, Armor-plated earthquaker, Not gonna stop till I die.
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