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Category: Heavy Rock
Label: Republic Records
|1.||Incipiens Ad Finem|
|2.||The Last One|
|4.||When They Call My Name|
|6.||Dead Man Walking Overture II|
|8.||The King of Pain|
|10.||Ballad of the Lonely Hearts|
|11.||Throw the First Stone|
|12.||Vale (This Is Where It Ends)|
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|From: metalmaniac777||Date: February 15, 2018 at 16:29|
|I still think this band should get a different singer, but since they've managed to obtain a moderate level of success with his monotone vocals, I'm guessing my opinion has as much value to them as a limp noodle at a porn shoot. This latest album doesn't unveil any new tricks to their sound, but it does deliver solid, sturdy modern hard rock/metal designed to send the Hot Topic crowd into frenzied paroxysms of pleasure. As always, BVB marry slick production values and sharp hooks with angsty, disenfranchised lyrics to create disposable but enjoyable music. They're nowhere near as edgy as they seem to imagine themselves to be, but if you're in the mood for some catchy modern rock, this will hit the spot.|
|From: Doug||Date: November 28, 2018 at 15:06|
|Who says headbangers are dumb? "metalmaniac777" above rolls out "paroxysm." NICE! Spot on assessment, in my opinion.|
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