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Album Review

The sophomore album from Remembering Never finds the band taking a salutary look at the world outside its own messed-up head and discovering that there are lots of things to be angry about other than one's own difficult life. We call that growing up, and we don't see it happen that often with hardcore bands. One of the things singer and bandleader Pete K. noticed about the outside world is that his country is at war, and he is not pleased about that fact, as he makes clear in "Color of Blood and Money" ("Bodies and flowers pile up in ash and memory/While your freedom is raped by gunfire"). He's also pretty irritated at anyone who eats meat ("Grenade in Mouth Tragedy"), who takes things for granted ("Glutton"), who believes in anything ("For the Love of Fiction"), or who relies on anyone ("Closed Caskets"). Okay, so he's still got some growing up to do, but who doesn't? In strictly musical terms, this is one of the most ambitious and consistently interesting hardcore albums in years, with tons of unpredictable rhythmic changeups, subtly elegant guitar work lurking beneath the general bombast, and a few moments of actual singing. Recommended.

Customer Reviews

I didn't really understand hardcore before this album

Women And Children Die First was the first album I bought myself that had a real message to it that I felt that I could get behind. After I heard this record I researched veganism, and ended up giving up animal byproducts and meat entirely for several years. This record sparked my first interest in politics. It helped me understand my feelings about religion. I guess what I'm trying to say is I grew up to this cd. Remembering Never's Women And Children Die First combines intensity, melody, intelligence, wit and sheer heaviness and creates a record that is as timeless as it is crucial. I can't in good conscience tell anybody not to at least try this record out. Maybe you'll think it's just noise. But I promise you won't be any worse off.

One of my favorite core albums of the 2000s

You can't go wrong here.

its alright

there best cd for sure, if u wanna buy it u can...


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Combining both the energy and frenzy of metal-inspired patterns with the melody and force of emo, Remembering Never brings forward distinct solutions for the hardcore music scene. Remembering Never formed in Fort Lauderdale, FL, in the late '90s, with a lineup consisting of vocalist Justin, Pete (guitar), Norm (guitar), Grease (bass), and drummer Danny. Following a series of lineup changes, the band finally fixed its core when Pete took over vocals, Grease moved on to the guitar section, and Dre...
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Women and Children Die First, Remembering Never
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: Jan 27, 2004

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