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Eternal

War of Ages

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These guys are awesome!

These guys are awesome friends and strong Christians and put together make for the best music I have ever heard. If you like heartfelt lyrics that inspire you and want to kick wickedness in the face then this album is for you. YOU ROCK WOA!!!!

After the war, peace reigns.

Being a WOA fan for a couple of years now, I can really say that these guys are a blessing. I love the hardcore vibe amalgamated to the metal thing going on here. WOA has these amazing solos and breakdowns that go together with east coast hardcore. As for those who say that this album is too close to AILD, the last I heard AILD, they don't really have that hardcore vibe. They fall on the metalcore side of things. Of course, even with a cursory listen, one will notice the clean, melodic vocals of Leroy Hamp on this album. It's actually a good thing. While he has one of the greatest growls going on these days, his clean vox go really well with the lyrical content. I like it when bands change it up a bit and progress. After all, if a new album is the same as the last one, why would I spend the money to buy a new one when I could simply listen to the old one if I wanted the same sound. Lyrically, as always, much of their writing has the whole prayer, petitioning, conversation with God tone as we go through life's struggles theme. In this way, their lyrics are simply more accessible than some of the more "artsy" lyrical bands out there. The guest vocals on this record are a treat. Tim Lambesis' vocal contribution could have been greater on Desire, but still very cool. Sonny of P.O.D. comes out on Eternal and seems right at home as he throws out the "Warria inside me" that seems right out of Testify. Of course, Josh Gilbert has great clean vox as always on Lack of Clarity. As for the final track, Instrumental, I always feel a bit ripped off when bands have 10 songs on an album and one of them is an instrumental. What, did you run out of stuff to write about? And what a hokey, unimaginative name for a song! Especially for this track. With that being said, the final track might actually be my favorite on the album. I, too am a sucker for acoustic guitar tracks that build in their heaviness. With its sweeping movements, it seems to tell a story all by itself, especially being the final resolution to the album. It feels like I'm ascending in the sky in rapture and awe. This track should have been entitled "Peace Reigns," "Glory Revealed," "Victory Attained," or "Triumphant Return." Something like that. The plot in it really put me in mind of the cessation of struggles and the return of Christ and the eternal peace that will ensue when he returns for his people. His glory will be revealed and his reign will be complete. The war of ages will be done. Yeah, "Peace Reigns." (And if any of the WOA guys read this, you can steal a title for it. You guys rock! Keep blessing us with your music.)

Wha?!

Not best Christian album...not best metal album....not best war of ages album.....BEST ALBUM EVER CREATED, PERIOD!!!!!

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