10 Songs, 34 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
59 Ratings
59 Ratings


I was hooked after hearing the first track. Very good album. I highly reccomend


Life Changing :D

So, me and my buddy went to Chicago for spring break this year to visit family, we were just sittin in the car listening to Pandora Radio like always and here comes along a song that id never heard before and I really liked what I heard. Its Remember by Burden of a Day. We cranked up the volume and had the stereo blastin. We had to buy this song on ITunes when we got back to the house. So we get home and buy Remember. I figured that Burden of a Day would just have one amazing song and the rest would just be meh.... but no, I listened to the previews of the other songs on OneOneThousand and was totally blew away. Remember, Fool Me Once, and My Forfeit have been on repeat on my IPhone ever since.... Thank you Burden of a Day for making amazing music that gives me chills just listening. Keep it up, you guys are freaking great!!!!


Why does...

Why does the album reivew bash the album so badly? Great album, worth the money.

About Burden of a Day

Sarasota, FL's Burden of a Day was formed in 2004 and, perhaps a little precociously, released a debut album, Pilots and Paper Planes, less than two years later through independent Blood & Ink, in the process, earning very mixed reviews for their middling, screamocore style with Christian tendencies. So the quintet carried on rehearsing and toured exhaustively over the next few years, honing their stage presence and material all the while; and by 2008, vocalist Kendall Knepp, sibling guitarists Josh and Mike Sommers, bassist Terry Clark, and drummer Jesse Histetler, were handed a new deal with Rise Records for the release of their slightly improved sophomore album, Blessed Be Our Ever After. ~ Eduardo Rivadavia




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