|10-06-2009, 05:32 PM||#7 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: I live in a van down by the river
Ummm, wow, I just listened to this track "Dark Horse" ... this is fucking good dude
I'll stay if I ever could, and pick up your pieces babe, because there's never a perfect day.
|10-06-2009, 05:36 PM||#8 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2007
i think you'll find this more enjoyable, the vocals are less harsh - by no means clean singing or anything (most of the time), but not as abrasive as on jane doe. and more true to how jake bannon sounds live, imo
i found axe to fall to be a better album than no heroes, but i would recommend listening to no heroes... well id recommend listening to their whole discog but that would take a while
not to mention they feature genghis tron on a track
all guest contributers:
* Steve Brodsky (Cave In)
* Adam McGrath (Cave In)
* John-Robert Connors (Cave In, Doomriders)
* Uffe Cederlund (Disfear, ex-Entombed)
* George Hirsch (Blacklisted)
* Brad Fickeisen (The Red Chord)
* Hamilton Jordan (Genghis Tron)
* Mookie Singerman (Genghis Tron)
* John Pettibone (Undertow, Himsa)
* Steve Von Till (Neurosis)
* "Axe To Fall" features Blacklisted's George Hirsch providing backing vocals.
* "Effigy" features Cave In's Steve Brodsky on lead guitar, Adam McGrath providing additional guitar and J.R. Connors performing drums.
* "Wishing Well" features Disfear's Uffe Cederlund performing lead guitar and backing vocals.
* "Cutter" features John Pettibone on backing vocals.
* "Cruel Bloom" features Neurosis' Steve Von Till providing lead vocals.
* "Wretched World" features Genghis Tron’s Mookie Singerman providing lead vocals.
|10-06-2009, 05:42 PM||#9 (permalink)|
one big soul
Join Date: Feb 2008
Yeah, I heard about Mookie performing on here, which is one of the reasons I'm interested. I'll probably listen to both albums, because I remember liking one of the songs from No Heroes a while back.