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Album Review

When Boston metalcore favorites Unearth made the jump to Metal Blade, they didn't forget the record label that gave them their start, Eulogy — or at least Eulogy didn't forget them. Who knows? Fact is, the result was 2005's Our Days of Eulogy, a fare-thee-well release compiling 13 live and out of print recordings that the band's ever-growing legion of fans will likely snap up with relish. First up are five explosive live performances — including fan favorites such as "Fuel the Fire," "Only the People," and "One Step Away" — which together formed the backbone of the band's acclaimed first album, and are curiously introduced here (with simultaneous doses of supreme irony and frank reverence) by Mötley Crüe's "In the Beginning." Next, there are four cuts originally comprising 2002's rather brilliant Endless EP, which, as well as confirming that the inspirational winning streak displayed on Unearth's first album was no fluke, proved that neither was their commitment to making heavy metal an integral part of their songwriting henceforth. Finally, there come the four tracks originally released as the band's, until now, very rare Above the Fall of Man EP, where formative songs like "Shattered by the Sun" and "Convictions" reveal a distinctly raw side and may therefore surprise fans who arrived in later years. [Not ones to miss a great promotional opportunity, Eulogy took advantage of their final Unearth release to include a bonus disc sampling their most promising acts, including Evergreen Terrace, On Broken Wings, and Black My Heart, among others.]

Customer Reviews


Buy it now. Its Unearth......duh. (and to all you completeists out there this is the full album but you have to buy each song)

If you are a fan, and you have some extra money, then hey, what the hell

If you are a hardcore unearth fan i would buy this. Thats the reason i bought it. I just kind of felt that i had too. Most of the songs are available on other albums, but the recording quality is slightly improved in My Desire and Shattered By the Sun, they aren't as raw as they are on Stings. The live songs are pretty solid, but Internal War live is actually Only the People live...I have never run into something like that before. Endless sounds a little more brootal on this then the more refined Storm album, i kind of perfer this one. The early recordings(11-13) are interesting, completely different than Unearth's later stuff, but its interesting. Basically the entire album can be viewed as "interesting". If you have their other stuff, then you have these songs, but assuming you don't have the hard to find Endless EP you will benifit by getting Internal War, so you can basically buy the album just to get that one song, I bought this album because i am a wicked big Unearth fan, I just wanted to have all of their albums, If you are on a budget then there is no real point in buying this, but hey, if you have some money, and you want to get it just to have it. then go for it.

get it

all unearth is good, buy this and u wont be disapointed


Formed: 1998 in Boston, MA

Genre: Metal

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

Massachusetts metalcore enthusiasts Unearth formed in 1998 and immediately started rocking, both in and around Boston and on the road. They quickly found a strong following, booking tours with such like-minded acts as the Black Dahlia Murder and Killswitch Engage, and supporting big names like Lamb of God and Slipknot. After issuing Above the Fall of Man (Endless Flight) in 1999 Unearth jumped to Eulogy for two albums, 2001's Stings of Conscience and Endless, the following year. Their biggest exposure...
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