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Meridional (Bonus Track Version)

Norma Jean

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Customer Reviews

Ugghhh!

All I hear is complaints. "Why doesn't it sound like their roots?" Blah, blah, blah..."There are only two original members left." Hey maybe you should just be happy enough they are still together making music. I don't understand why everyone wants the same album over and over again. They're new songs, they're supposed to sound different. Get over yourselves, the album is great.

A True Masterpiece

I love this band. Every album they've made has been great and Meridional is no different. Everyone wants a Bless The Martyr part 2 but if they did that then people would still cry about how they're going back and not doing anything new so stop crying people because Norma Jean rapes every single band out there in the metal scene. Meridional is definitely the best album of 2010 so I suggest you get it now.

Amazing!

THE ALMIGHTY NORMA JEAN is back!!!! And they're pissed! These guys never seize to fail me! This album has a taste of just about everyone of their previous albums. Cory's screams are as good as they get here. The lyrics are also as powerful and in your face as possible. One of my favorite christian bands of ALL TIME! Buy this album if you're a fan of any of Norma Jean's work... Well worth the wait.
God Bess these guys!

Biography

Formed: 1997 in Douglasville, GA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Not to be confused with the late-'70s disco diva (who sang with Chic in 1977 before going solo and scoring a hit with 1978's "Saturday") or the country singer (who enjoyed a successful run in the '60s), this Norma Jean is a Christian alternative metal/metalcore band previously known as Luti-Kriss. Norma Jean adopted a rap-metal approach during their early years; in reviews, the former Luti-Kriss was often described as the Christian equivalent of Limp Bizkit, Korn, (hed) p.e., Methods of Mayhem, or...
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