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Fantastic Album!

From their first album, Redemption, This Fires Embrace kinda rubbed me the wrong way--I didn't totally dig their style of songwriting, especially the unique harmonies found in the vocals. While I greatly respected their craft, I thought their older music took too much active listening to really get and appreciate. Warrior Poets was a further development into their incredibly unique style. Being a little different, this album got me into them.
Taking a more direct approach to their writing this time, TFE produces a more mainstream record ready for a wider range of listeners (not unlike Metallica’s “Black Album” move. “Beast Inside of Me” and “Under the Gun” are representative of this), but still retains their gloriously distinctive core sound that sets them apart from other bands out there (“The Distance,” chorus of “Breathe In, Breathe Out”).

If you ask my honest opinion, I think every track on here is killer. “Beast Inside of Me” is a terrific way to kick off the record, especially when led into by “In Transition.” “Art of War” is a great way to tie off the new material, and the acoustic version of “Home Again” is one of the best acoustic versions of any song I have ever heard—even surpassing the quality of the original, if you ask me. Every song found here is a consistent and tasteful triumph in musicianship and Christian hard rock as a whole.

Needless to say, this is my favorite album by TFE, but I think it serves even better as an introduction to their other material. Since buying this album, I’ve listened to "Warrior Poets" more than I ever did before. The one and only downside to “In Transit” is its relatively short length. Maybe I was spoiled by the 53-minute feast “Warrior Poets” was, but I was hoping for a little more than 30 minutes of TFE this time. One or two more high-caliber songs and I might be tempted to call this album “perfect.” Nonetheless, this is a fantastic album, and I would highly recommend this to fans of TFE (obviously), as well anybody into hard rock, period. God bless This Fires Embrace!

Needs more songs.

I wish the album had more songs than just seven. An intro and an acoustic remake should be extras on an album, not counted to make a nine song album. Besides the lack of new material, the songs were good, with a few sing-along songs, some harder songs and a slower song.

In Transit, This Fires Embrace
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  • $8.91
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Jun 26, 2010

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