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This "soundtrack" is definitely nothing people would like to party to. I would, but I love Attila. However, this is their weakest cd. Poorly produced, but enjoyable. Drums sound programmed a little too much. Guitars rise in volume a lot in places which makes them a little over-powering. Reminds me of an EP sound.


Every party has a theme. Every party theme that has music must be played in context. This Soundtrack To A Party may not be for your party, but it is for fans and people who love the sound of metal and breakdowns in the background. Their weakest CD is probably Fallacy, next in line would be Soundtrack To A Party. From then on (Rage & Outlawed) they had found their sound. For any Attila fan, Soundtrack To A Party is a great album to come back to.

Where the hell is Fallacy?

Can you guys get Fallacy on here, it's a pretty good album, and I like it, so please...

But regardless I love this album


Formed: 2005 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Party-hearty death metal rockers Attila formed while in high school in their hometown of Atlanta in 2005, around the core of founders Chris "Fronz" Fronzak (vocals) and Sean Heenan (drums). The band played parties and festivals in and around Atlanta. Their first long-player, 2007's Fallacy on Statik Factory Records, has been an underground favorite since its release. Their second album, 2008's aptly named Soundtrack to a Party, was also issued on Statik Factory; it garnered the same praise as its...
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