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blessthefall amazes me.

1. A Message to the Unknown-8.5 it's good, but definitly not the best song. 2. Guys Like you Make Us Look Bad-8.7 great song! 3. Higinia-9.8 second favorite song on the album. (and Higina is really pronouced "He-Heen-ie-a", not "Hi-Geen-ie-a. she was Craig's (the frontman) grandmother. Who knew?) 4. Could Tell A Love-8.1 i liked it alot when i first heard it, but then it got really boring. 5. Rise Up-7.8 this song is good, but it just doesnt do it for me. 6. Times Like These- 10 by far my favorite song on the album, and it portrays alot of influences of different types of music into it. 7. Pray- 7.5 its slow in the begining and then the end turns into the btf i know, but after listening to the begining part, which is slow and boring, i never really listen to the entire song. 8. With Eyes Wide Shut- 7 A typical emo-esque song. the beat is monotnous and slow. the reason the rating is even a 7 is because the lyrics are very meaningful. 9. Wait for Tommorow-7.6 Again, i never really got into this song, but it's not bad 10. Black Rose Dying- 9.7 I LOVE this song. It's the only really "violent" song on the whole album, and it's not even that violent. Its really good though, even though im not really into the violent stuff. 11. His Last Walk- 8.9 It's good, but it repeats the line "lets get this point across while we still have the time" about 1,000 times which is a little annoying, but it's their only all-screamo song on this album, which is a bonus. 12. Rise Up (Acoustic)- 6 Now, I don't have this song on my Ipod because i bought the orignial CD, which has every song on THIS CD except this one. Now, i'm not the biggest fan of the orignal song, and I don't really like acoustic, so thats why the rating's so low. Sometimes, frontmen can pull off singing acoustic versions of songs that weren't acoustic in the first place, but sorry, Craig (the frontman), you can't. DEFINITE BUYS: times like these higina black rose dying his last walk YOU WONT BE SORRY IF YOU BUY THE ENTIRE ALBUM THOUGH! <33

blessthefall is amazing

blessthefall delivers amazing lyrics and the guitar is amazing. These guys are extremely talented. I recommend this cd to anyone who likes rock with some screamo. You will not be dissapointed because blessthefall doesn't dissapoint. Also, they're a Christain band.


The first song I ever heard by Blessthefall was Guys like u make us look bad. and I was imediately captured to it because the beginning was so great and the guitar gave me that feeling in my body that music should give u, it was great. And then i went to there profile on myspace and listened to some of there other stuff. My favorite sopng was could tell a love, it was such a good song, the singers voice. it has that certain feeling of depressing good sadness that I can't really describe. But it was amazing. I absolutely loved it. these guys are pretty emo and dark, and i hate that stuff, but damn there music is so good. And i find them to be so talented. There such a great band, If ur going to bye any songs by them, i would recommend guys like you make us look bad, could tell a love, and with wide eyes shut


Formed: 2003 in Phoenix, AZ

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A Christian-oriented screamo quintet with some hip-hop and nu metal influences, blessthefall started in Phoenix, Arizona, when high-school friends Mike Frisby and Matt Traynor began practicing together in 2002. Guitarist Frisby and drummer Traynor found singer Craig Mabbitt and bassist Jared Warth on the local baby-band circuit and formed blessthefall in early 2004. Following a self-released three-song demo in the summer of 2005, guitarist Eric Lambert completed the final lineup of the band. An increased...
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