10 Songs, 41 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
76 Ratings
76 Ratings
verb1999 ,

HEAVY Hearts

A lot of people comment on the turmoil this band has gone through, the different lineup changes, and seem to pick which era of For The Fallen Dreams they're a fan of. I think these guys have been brilliant all along, just from different perspectives. Rather than see the lineup changes as a negative, I see Heavy Hearts as the definition of a band standing the test of time & surviving adversity. Which are some words I can't say about some other bands... It's April, 2014, and everything else aside, these guys are still around, and still putting it down, and Heavy Hearts does not disappoint. And to any fan of live metal, don't skip out when these guys come through your town. They put on a great live show.

CheeseDoddles ,

Chad is Back!!!

For the Fallen Dreams old singer is back and after hearing Emerald Blue I know this album is going to be amazing!

Starscream_87 ,


"Lights" blows all the other songs on this album out of the water, Heavy Hearts is a album that is looking in the mirror and see's the reflection of "Changes" and the long road that has become "For The fallen dreams"

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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