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Customer Reviews

Best work to date and contender for album of the year

This is Norma Jean's best album to date. It sounds like a combination of all the good parts of Redeemer and The Anti-Mother, with influances of Bless the Martyr and O'God the Aftermath. It's mostly all straight up heavy and loud classic Norma Jean, with a few mellower songs that fit well inbetween. The song "Anthem of the Angry Brides" is the crazyest song they've ever written and it will definately be a crowd favorite live. Overal it's an amazing album and if your a fan of the band your going to love it. Definately a contender for album of the year


I've been a fan of Norma Jean since i heard the song surrender your sons, and with each album they keep getting better. I love it so much. One of my fave songs has to be leaderless and self enlisted, and deathbed atheist. i love the album, i've been listening to it nonstop.

Amazing Work.

This album sounds pure genious. All tracks are beautifully written, and played. It makes my ears happy, for sure.


Formed: 1997 in Douglasville, GA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Not to be confused with the late-'70s disco diva (who sang with Chic in 1977 before going solo and scoring a hit with 1978's "Saturday") or the country singer (who enjoyed a successful run in the '60s), this Norma Jean is a Christian alternative metal/metalcore band previously known as Luti-Kriss. Norma Jean adopted a rap-metal approach during their early years; in reviews, the former Luti-Kriss was often described as the Christian equivalent of Limp Bizkit, Korn, (hed) p.e., Methods of Mayhem, or...
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