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Awesome band, awesome music...

This band does an exceptional job in the metalcore genre. Incorporating keybords and synths in their music, they have a sound all their own, and do an excelent job with an excellent message. The best songs are Recovery, White Walls, and I Can Revive Him...A must buy for christian metal fans and metal fans in general.

still remains

these guys are good. refreshing to hear the piano and synths next to guitars like that.

Awesome!

This is one of the best albums I have bought this year! It is a rarity to be able to just play an entire album without skipping tracks, but this is one of them. Whoever said that all the songs sound the same obviously doesn't know music very well or at least not this genre.

Biography

Formed: 2002 in Grand Rapids, MI

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

A metalcore act from the small upper Midwestern city of Grand Rapids, MI, Still Remains avoid the taint of sounding like every similar young band in their chosen style by prominently using synthesizers alongside the unison-riff guitars. As a result, their music has a strong similarity to European symphonic power metal acts such as Nightwish, giving the group a strong following both on the Continent and among North American fans of the style. Still Remains formed in 2002 with an original lineup of...
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