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I have loved LIYW since i first heard "The Sun Rises…" many moons ago. That said, this album is just incredible. The concept is flawless and i couldn't ask more for a comeback release. Not to mention there are several guest spots featuring some amazing artists. this is a MUST have for any music fan.

This is true post-hardcore.

Waking Giants is one of the most under-recognized post hardcore albums out there. Love how NYHC choruses come though in this new album.

Expecting A Little More Considering The Concept

Don't get me wrong, I LOVE Life In Your Way, but there were a few things I was expecting from this release. I definitely was hoping to hear some ambient parts/songs like they had in Waking Giants for each EP that would bridge the gaps between them. For example: I could totally hear a Judas-esque track from Waking Giants being the transition from The Kingdom of Man EP to The Kingdom of Darkness and so forth. I feel like this was missing especially in the Kingdom of God, which is really the only EP I have some quarrels with (aside from some mixing on the song Forsaken Me on the Kingdom of Man). On the Waking Giants version of Threads of Sincerity (reference 4:52 on) where it transitions into The Beauty of Grace, it just sounds like hope and love is there, and it would've been nice to have pieces like that to tie this whole thing together, especially since this was a concept record. My other complaint is that on 2 of songs on The Kingdom of God, it seems like the guys ran out of lyrics during the singing choruses for "Like A River" and "The Healer"... There's nothing more I hate than "whoa-oh's"... I mean, one song is ok... but 2..back to back?! Yikes... There could've been some real captivating lyrics instead. "Ascension" just seems rushed to me.. it could've been a beautiful 4-6 minute long song, but it really feels like 2 songs forced into one with a mediocre segue. So bottom line is that I think that The Kingdom of God could've been prettier and more thought out lyrically and musically. Otherwise, it's an amazing set of EP's and the rest of the songs are must haves!


Formed: 1999 in Manchester, CT

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Manchester, CT's Life in Your Way was first formed in 1999, but underwent numerous personnel changes while refining their post-emo metalcore songwriting style over the ensuing three years. Come 2002, they self-released an EP entitled All These Things Tie Me Down, then hooked up with Indianola Records for a pair of albums, 2003's The Sun Rises and the Sun Sets and Still Our Time Is Endless and 2005's Ignite and Rebuild. Both channeled the genre's usual bevy of hard/soft musical tricks through the...
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Kingdoms, Life In Your Way
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: Oct 25, 2011

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