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Underated by the long-time fans

I'm by no means a huge fan of this band, this is actually the only album I've listened to by them. This might discount my opinion about this album, but none the less, I feel that this is a great album by itself. All the songs on the album hold great appeal to me, and while it's not the heaviest album I've ever listened to, it retains some heavy attitude in some songs (The Great Demonizer is a good example of that).

I'd say it's definitely more in tone with being melodic than core. I'd say that's a good thing for people that are fans of Sevendust or Five Finger Death Punch, in which I am. If you see people giving this album harsh ratings, then they're probably big fans of older Bury Your Dead albums. That shouldn't discourage you from listening to this album at least once; it's actually pretty good.

Good if your new to BYD but not if you liked the old one more.

I'm extremely upset that Myke Terry isn't in BYD anymore. Although they were heading in a more mainstream direction don't blame just Myke for it. Everybody in the band should've had a say especially Slim cause he's the founder. All I want to say is that before you go blaming and discouraging a talented musician just because your fav band's style changed, look at everybody who took part in it. Not just the frontman.


These guys rock. I saw them live in Seattle and they blew the roof off the place. This is by far my favorite album by them.


Formed: 2001 in Boston, MA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Growing tired of their metalcore band, Hamartia, guitarist Slim (aka Brendan MacDonald) and drummer Mark Castillo began Bury Your Dead as a side project in late 2001. Drawing influence from Sevendust and Crowbar, the band was used as a vehicle for the pair to focus more on mosh-worthy hardcore rather than the technical nature of Hamartia. Recruiting bassist Rich Casey (ex-Groundzero) and vocalist Joe Krewko, the Massachusetts-based outfit -- priding itself on blending ferocity with fun -- soon became...
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