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Silence Is Madness
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Steve F.
||Date: July 4, 2001 at 21:13|
|An all-right album, but it came from a time when the band was having a tough time with their label. As a result, the songs are all over the board stylistically, and hearing a blues-influenced tune with the over-the-top 80's metal sound (All Hallow's Eve came from one of the early Matrix demos that was made before they were signed to Pure Metal) is a bit much sometimes.
|From: Edwin Chamorro
||Date: January 28, 2002 at 11:57|
|I think this is the better album of there pure metal years. Favorite song: Under the influence least favorite:Rock those blues away
||Date: April 14, 2003 at 17:56|
|Almost as good as Live To Die, except for "Hot Down South Tonight" and "Rock Those Blues Away". They're pretty bluesy, not something I'm really into. Other than that, this is smoking classic metal! Great axework and improved production over Live TO Die. Definitely an excellent disc if you can either stand or skip two misplaced songs. Favorite Tracks: Fool Me Once, All Hallow's Eve, No More Nightmares.
||Date: December 12, 2005 at 21:00|
|This time Bride's metal is wedded to better production, making this the best of their early work. Still not as good as later albums, but metalheads should feel good shouting along with hard rockin' tracks like "Hot Down South Tonight" & "Until the End We Rock." Sure, some songs are better than others, with a couple of outright duds ("Rock Those Blues Away") polluting the flow, but overall, it's a pretty good slab of Christian metal. Won't drive you mad with pleasure, but it's worth picking up.
||Date: November 1, 2007 at 15:00|
|I have this in CD and had it on mp3. I think its a OK metal/hard rock CD, but a lot overrated, as many Bride fans describe this one as something "incredible"Its just a OK Hard/Rock metal album.
||Date: December 21, 2007 at 4:23|
|Seriously, this is probably the only Bride album I like. This is the kind of Melodic Metal I'm into, with very good songs such as as 'Evil Dreams', 'Silence Is Madness' and the ultra-cheezy song 'Until The End We Rock'. 'No More Nightmares' is another good one. There are some bluesy songs as well, but the good tracks still make this worth checking out. If you are more into Melodic Hard Rock/Metal, then this is the Bride album to check out.
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