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I know it's to early for a real review. But the first song is amazing. I struggle everyday with PTSD and this song and the feel of the album cover just spoke to me. It's truly amazing this band is awesome! And their music says more than what is sang!! I'll listen to these guys tell I die!

Brief Breakdown Review

Pittsburgh 10/10: A very powerful way to start the album. Strong sounds, screams, melodies, and potent lyrics. Lost & Fading 9/10: One of the catchier choruses sung by Ahren. Don't Lean On Me 9/10: Nice use of piano to start off slow, then an eruption of screaming, powerful lyrics. Decent chorus. The Weigh Down 8/10: One of the weaker songs of the album in my opinion, but far from "bad". Never Alone 10/10: Another meaningful song from the ablum. Strong chorus. Ends with a phone message given by someone in desperate need of a friend to help get past his suicidal thoughts. Death's Hand 7/10: Weakest song of the album, in my opinion. However, this is some stronger than normal vocals by Joel. F.M.L. 8/10: Fairly catchy song all around. My Father's Son 8/10: Joel really opens himself up on this song. Good/decent. Forest Fire 10/10: This song has the simplest but most powerful lyrics in the whole album, in my opinion. Ahren sings, "I'm standing by the riverside and I'm dreaming hope come save me now. I'm feeling like I can't escape and I'm screaming love come pull me out." Give it all 10/10: This song finishes the album as strong as it started. If nothing else, remember... "I give it all and when I fall, I get up and give some more." Overall 10/10: No doubt this is the strongest album by Amity Affliction yet. Joel's lyrics are unmatched as he opens his whole heart for the world to use as a crutch in a time of struggle. Ahren's voice soares with a powerful emphasis. And musically, Amity has yet again created a sublime sound throughout the whole album, incorporating several instruments in the production that adds to its mood. Amazing.

Just pre ordered my album!!!

Get To listen to pitsburg all night and all day tomorrow!!! Great song guys!


Formed: 2002 in Brisbane, Australia

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Brisbane post-hardcore act Amity Affliction were formed in 2002 by a bunch of longtime pals, still high schoolers at the time, who had been affected by the death of their teenage friend in a road accident. The band, initially a quartet, released a demo in 2003 and an EP in 2004, but did not start making waves in earnest until some time later. In 2005, after the screamer Joel Birch joined the fold, Amity Affliction went on a touring spell, working up a nationwide reputation as a powerful live band....
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