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Great music, interesting lyrics

If you're a guitar player, you can't help, but sit in awe. If you like creative lyrics, look no further. Fortress is easily one of PTH's best albums.

One of PTH's strongest albums

This album and recent effort Volition are Protest the Hero's strongest and most consistently fun offerings to date. Full of solid songwriting, unique vocals and seriously heavy but all over the place (in a good way) riffs, Fortress will keep you entertained throughout. Each song displays creativity and technical proficiency and there isn't a single track I skip on this album.

My favorites are Palms Read, Limb From Limb, Spoils, and Wretch. This 4-track stretch is just massive. Check out the music video for Limb From Limb, it's hilarious.

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Biography

Formed: 2001 in Whitby, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Combining technical metal and post-hardcore instincts, Whitby, Ontario's Protest the Hero are comprised of Rody Walker (vocals), Tim Millar (guitar/vocals), Luke Hoskin (guitar/vocals), Moe Carlson (drums), and Arif Mirabdolbaghi (bass/vocals). Starting as many bands do — with a common musical passion found among high-school friends — Protest the Hero worked hard on developing their own identity; their sound soon became reminiscent of a combination of Coheed & Cambria, At the Drive-In,...
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