|Title:||The War Within (Two Song Advance)|
|Style:||Thrash, Hardcore, Death Metal, Nu Metal, Heavy Metal|
|Other format:||DMF TTA AIFF AAC VOC MP1 AA|
Retribution is the sixth studio album by American heavy metal band Shadows Fall. The album was released on September 15, 2009. It debuted at number 35 on the Billboard 200. The album would produce singles for "Still I Rise" and for their cover of Ozzy Osbourne's "Bark at the Moon". All tracks written by Shadows Fall, except where noted. Live from Bonnaroo (Music & Arts Festival). Failure of the Devout. Thoughts Without Words. Live at The Crazy Donkey.
The War Within (Shadows Fall album). The War Within is the fourth studio album by American heavy metal band Shadows Fall. The album has sold over 300,000 copies worldwide. The War Within is the band's best selling album, and in 2005 made sales history on Century Media Records when it became the labels best selling album of all time. To date, the album retains this status
Band Name Shadows Fall. Album Name The War Within. Released date 21 September 2004. This album reached the spot on the Billboard 200 chart. The song, What Drives The Weak, was nominated for a Grammy in 2006. But it was edged out by a Slipknot song. This album has sold over 300,000 copies in the USA.
Features Song Lyrics for Shadows Fall's The War Within album. Ghosts of Past Failures Lyrics. 11. Eternity Is Within Lyrics. 12. Those Who Cannot Speak Lyrics. 13. Teas'n Pleas'n Lyrics. Shadows Fall Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Do you like this album?
로필: Melodic Death alcore band Formed 1995. Current line-up Matthew Bachand - Guitar, Vocals Jason Bittner - Drums Jonathan Donais - Guitar, Vocals Brian Fair - Vocals Paul Romanko - Bass. Former/past member(s) Vocals: Phil Labonte Damien Mcpherson. Drums: David Germain Derek Kerswill. Additional notes The band got their name from an underground comic series.
After Of One Blood, they moved from a more generic melodic metal style to more of a thrash metal type approach. This is faster, heavier, yet still equally as emotional in parts as anything else they’ve done in the past. The second track, Thoughts Without Words, is nothing but a flat out thrash metal song. The chorus is one of the most headbangable parts I’ve ever heard, and is quite fun to play on guitar. Stepping Outside the Circle is pretty much the same way as well. It has a little taste of all ends of the musical spectrum while still sticking to the Shadows Fall style. For example, Mystery of One Spirit is essentially power metal! It has the slightly cheesy-sounding lead-driven guitar riffs and the positive lyrics.
Shadows Fall set the bar so high for themselves with the 2000 release Of One Blood, an album so mature that it reflected music more often associated with a veteran band, that hopes were naturally dashed when the more modern, rock-oriented, and overall laidback album The Art Of Balance followed a couple of years later. The effort was a good album with strong songs, but far from the follow-up that their legion of new fans and especially patient older ones from the Sombr. ra had been expecting
|1||The Power Of I And I||3:34|
|2||What Drives The Weak||4:43|