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Album Review

Just who was that man who fronted Alice in Chains so surprisingly well during the group's reunion performances of 2006? That would be William DuVall, who in addition to lending a hand when needed to his friend Jerry Cantrell, also fronts another band, Comes with the Fall. Their 2001 full-length debut, Year Is One, largely fell under the radar despite receiving accolades from the likes of Rolling Stone magazine, and six years later, the group is back for more with Beyond the Last Light. Unlike some bands that merely try to find a replacement singer who is a carbon copy of the original, DuVall's vocals bear little resemblance to Layne Staley's. But that's not to say that DuVall doesn't posses one heck of a voice, which brings to mind a more agro Ian Astbury at times, especially on such tracks as "The Last Light." Musically, Comes with the Fall certainly has a soft spot for the big riff thang (DuVall also supplies six-string in the band), as evidenced by the Kyuss-esque "Rockslide" and the Audioslave-ish "Pale Horse Rider." However, not all of Beyond the Last Light is aggressive: both "White Hot" and "Still Got a Hold on My Heart" manage to take the fury down a notch, and tread on melodic territory. Finally — a rock band in the early 21st century that won't sound out of place on rock radio, but that you also won't be embarrassed to admit liking.

Customer Reviews

A Rare Gem

Almost no one has heard of Comes Will The Fall, yet they are possibly the finest pure rock and roll band out there at the moment. I must admist to only have found them after seeing Duvall with AIC, however, I have not looked back since. If you are a fan of AIC, Soundgarden, Pearl Jam etc, then you won't go far wrong with CWTF. Even though they deserve to be a far bigger band than they are (and they surley would be if they had formed 15 years ago), I kind of like the fact that they are largly unknown, it almost makes them "mine"!! A must for any fan of the genre

great

I totaly agree with the guy above me only heard these cos i saw aic live and liked the singer .really good band and album

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Some may have discovered Comes with the Fall due to singer William DuVall's association with Alice in Chains, but the group had been around for years and collected quite a few accolades in their own right -- before the singer stepped in for Layne Staley during Alice's 2006 tour. Comes with the Fall's focal point and leader is DuVall -- who also handles guitar duties and is the main songwriter. Having spent the '80s fronting cult punk bands and, later, writing for others (the singer/guitarist co-wrote...
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