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Customer Reviews

Life Is Not a Waiting Room: The Sequel

Senses fail has always been one of my favorite bands. From there old fast punk feeling songs off of "Let it Enfold You" to there more substantial metal/post-hardcore feeling album "Life is Not a Waiting Room" the band has progressed substantially over the years. All Senses Fail fans will agree with me that "The Fire" was highly anticipated, just due to the fact I (and im sure many other people) were anxious to see how the band had progressed. "The Fire" is amazing, although it leaves one wanting more on the progression side. It could have been relaesed as a 12 song B-Side to Life is not a waiting room and I would have thought these songs would have fit well on the album. That being said, the singing is crisper, the screams are better, and songs like "Saint Anthony" leave you humming the tune in your head for hours. Although its not groundbreaking for Senses Fail, it gets 5 stars from me, due to its sheer incredible scope and feel.

Pick this one up if you loved Life is not a wiating room!

The Fire

I must admit this is a good album, i was a bit skeptical purchasing it but its solid. Highly recommend if your a fan of the band or genre.

Almost as good as Let In Enfold You.

Another good album from Senses Fail, I have yet to dislike an album from them. It's definitely heavier and darker than LINAWR and Still Searching , which many people will like. Saying that, it's not as good as Let It Enfold you, or From the Depths of Dreams, but then again those albums were unreal, and that's also completely my opinion. At some points on The Fire, Buddy's screaming just kind of seems washed out (Coward). I've only listened through 3 times, but I'm sure it will grow on me. Not groundbreaking, but far from disappointing. I was hoping Buddy's lyrics would continue to grow, because songs like Yellow Angels made me think that he could maybe turn into a lyrical genius, but the lyrics are just meh, maybe it will take some time for the lyrics to hit me, but I don't think so. Having said that, it's another solid Senses Fail album.

Biography

Formed: 2002 in Ridgewood, NJ

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Comprising vocalist James "Buddy" Nielsen, guitarists Dave Miller and Garrett Zablocki, bassist Michael Glita (former percussionist for Tokyo Rose), and drummer Dan Trapp, New Jersey outfit Senses Fail developed a slick amalgam of post-hardcore chuggery and emo heartbreak that recalled fellow New Jersey-based group Saves the Day. Formed in 2002 in Bergen County, Senses Fail quickly issued a debut EP and began gigging regularly while maintaining a thriving Internet presence. Drive-Thru Records took...
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