10 Songs, 34 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
61 Ratings
61 Ratings


I love every song on here. Buy.


Really good...

I really liked the previous album and this was not disappointing. No re-shaping to become more radio-friendly, just full-on face melting riffs and vocals coming right out of the chest. Its metalcore, its also got a bits of post-hardcore in the choruses, and winds down a few times towards grindcore goodness like old Crowbar.

If you're looking for feel-good, groovy party metal with guys in eyeliner, this is NOT it. Its METAL.


Good Album

If you have never listened to For The Fallen Dreams before, this is a terrific album to start with. This is one of their better albums, showing their beautiful melodic hardcore as it is. After their lineup switch, and signing to Rise Records they became yet another trendy band destroyed by social media. I would definitely recommend sticking with this album, and their demo rather than anything released by them on Rise.

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

Lansing, MI




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