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Customer Reviews

5 out of 5

25 Ratings

R.I.P. Showbread

yourhero7,

This is Showbread's FINAL album ever! They go back to their roots of screams and raw rock. THe sound we all fell in love with. I'm looking forward to listening to this until Jesus' return. A must buy for Showbread fans. If you don't know Showbread, buy this album because it sums up their music career from start to finish. This is heavy and raw. Farewell, Showbread. May raw rock kill you forever and ever. Amen. Don't ever forget to Show the love and spread the Bread. :)

The Fitting End to a Glorious Era of Raw Rock.

knucklesb,

I have always enjoyed the raw energy & transparency of this band. And wouldn't you know it they stayed consistent to the end, to the true fan's endless delight. Well done guys. I know they don't do it for the praise. But I have to say good job anyways.

About Showbread

Christian-minded post-hardcore outfit Showbread is known about as much for their fashion sense (often sporting matching red and black outfits) as they are for their spastic, self-described "raw rock" music and energetic live show. Hailing from Savannah, GA, the seven-piece band comprised vocalists Ivory Mobley and Josh Dies, lead guitarist Matt Davis, bassist Patrick Porter, guitarist Mike Jensen, drummer Marvin Reilly, and keytar player John Giddens. They self-released two EPs in 2001, Human Beings Are Too Shallow to Fall in Love and Goodnight Sweetheart, the Stitches Are Coming Apart. Showbread signed to Solid State/Tooth and Nail in mid-2004. Working with producer Sylvia Massy Shivy (Tool, Johnny Cash), their label debut, No Sir, Nihilism Is Not Practical, appeared that October. Extensive touring commenced with bands like Versus the Mirror, Sullivan, and Dead Poetic before the guys (now wearing black and green outfits) followed up in August 2006 with Age of Reptiles. Reilly was credited with playing drums on the record, but was no longer a member of Showbread by its release. Subsequent dates with Paulson, the Finalist, and Roses Are Red were played in support. ~ Corey Apar

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