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For We Are Many by All That Remains

Album

For We Are Many

All That Remains

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Album

For We Are Many

All That Remains

Play on Napster
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Label: Razor & Tie
For We Are Many isn't too terribly original. From the album's title to howler Philip Labonte's lyrics, the group regurgitates hardcore's stock themes: us versus them, keep on fighting the good fight, don't ever give in, strength in numbers and so on. What's more, one too many songs employ that clean voice/guttural howl shtick. Fortunately, All That Remains make up for their lack of originality with a brutal sonic assault built from Swedish death metal, American metalcore and classic heavy metal. The track best exemplifying this three-pronged attack is the three-minute epic "Dead Wrong."

About This Album

For We Are Many isn't too terribly original. From the album's title to howler Philip Labonte's lyrics, the group regurgitates hardcore's stock themes: us versus them, keep on fighting the good fight, don't ever give in, strength in numbers and so on. What's more, one too many songs employ that clean voice/guttural howl shtick. Fortunately, All That Remains make up for their lack of originality with a brutal sonic assault built from Swedish death metal, American metalcore and classic heavy metal. The track best exemplifying this three-pronged attack is the three-minute epic "Dead Wrong."

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About This Album

For We Are Many isn't too terribly original. From the album's title to howler Philip Labonte's lyrics, the group regurgitates hardcore's stock themes: us versus them, keep on fighting the good fight, don't ever give in, strength in numbers and so on. What's more, one too many songs employ that clean voice/guttural howl shtick. Fortunately, All That Remains make up for their lack of originality with a brutal sonic assault built from Swedish death metal, American metalcore and classic heavy metal. The track best exemplifying this three-pronged attack is the three-minute epic "Dead Wrong."