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I'm a huge FFAF fan. That doesn't mean I'll like anything they release. Including this album. It's painfully boring and there are no great riffs and lacks the energy and the attitude that I love about all past FFAF albums. This band has two of the seriously best guitarists of their generation and "Hours" proves that. I don't understand why the guitar is so week on this album. However, I lean more towards "aggressive guitar" styles of music and this album seems to be more on the "I can sing pretty/look at me I'm sad/over-produced" style of music, so that may be a reason why I'm not fond of it. I gave it 2 stars because I do seem to enjoy 2 songs, "The Great Wide Open" and "On a Wire."

dont be close-minded :D

i just want to point out that people hate on an album like this just because it is "different" and it is a different sound than the band used to have. Bands like Linkin Park and Fall Out Boy (and FFAF) branch out and try new things instead of making an album that sounds just like the last. Different=not bad. People who write bad reviews because albums are different and because bands change=close-minded and ignorant :D -Colin


The hardcore and edgy inlueneces found on "Casually Dressed & Deep in Conversation" are still gone. The more metalized influence with the more crunchy guitars found on "Hours" is now gone too... and in their place is just run-of-the-mill, dime-a-dozen, choruses and music that could have been written by any number of other mainstream pop-rock bands... nothing that sets this band apart from anyone else. Bummer.


Formed: 2001 in Bridgend, South Wales

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Funeral for a Friend's energized blend of emo, metal, and post-hardcore was created by vocalist Matt Davies, guitarists Kris Roberts and Darran Smith, bassist Gareth Davies, and drummer Randy Richards. The Welsh quintet first appeared in 2002 with a series of EPs and singles, including Between Order and Model, Four Ways to Scream Your Name, and Juneau. Such releases helped land the group on the cover of Kerrang! magazine, a recognition of the band's growing hype that, in turn, earned a record deal...
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