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3.8 out of 5
275 Ratings
275 Ratings
Devon the Champion

Astonishing!

This album is great, these guys have come so far from their last two albums. I really enjoy the clean vocals they added in their songs. This album is fast paced with just right touch of melodic beats in it. I cannot wait until what they come up with next. For the Fallen Dreams, stay metal guys! xD

redbares

It could've been much worse

There's nothing wrong with singing, Nightmares is my favorite song. But this album doesn't cut it for FTFD

Musiclov777

New and Fresh

I've been a fan of FTFD fro quite some time now, and i can see why this album has received a lot of negative reactions. This is of course a very different sound, its a tad on the softer side with the addition of clean vocals. But i see it as a good change. Feel free to disagree, but i love thier new sound. Its not generic, its catchy, and its still heavy. So open minded people, check it out.

About For the Fallen Dreams

Lansing, Michigan's For the Fallen Dreams was founded in 2003 and features vocalist Chad Ruhlig, guitarists Jim Hocking and Jason Spencer, bassist/vocalist Joe Ellis, and drummer Andrew Tkaczyk. Taking inspiration from melodic metalcore bands such as Misery Signals, Still Remains, and It Prevails, the quintet cut their teeth with local gigging before signing a deal with Rise Records and releasing their debut full-length, Changes, in 2008. 2009's Relentless was the first to feature new vocalist Dylan Richter and the last to include founding member Andrew Tkaczyk. Back Burner arrived in 2011, followed by the band's fourth studio outing, Wasted Youth, in 2012. ~ Eduardo Rivadavia

ORIGIN
Lansing, MI
GENRE
Rock
FORMED
2003

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