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Believer is highly underrated

I just picked up Believer's newest album, and from what I have heard thus far, it freakin rocks!!! Believer has not strayed far from its thrash roots. Highly underrated band who are absolutely amazing. That said, just get this album, you will not be disappointed. Heck, just get 'em all.


This is by far the BEST album I have bought in a long time, I can not stop listening to it. I have been a fan since Believers first album and they continually get better as time goes on.


I like this record a lot. As a long time fan I was surprised a bit to not hear out and out thrash. But it's yet *another* sound and way Believer keeps you guessing. Then again, i guess they have been doing that every record now. The record is quite strong all the way through, vocals sound better and heavier than ever to me and the song writing is solid and big sounding. Glad they are still doing metal and cool that Metal Blade got these guys, they deserve it. Cool!


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Evolving from thrash metal to a more progressive, symphonic brand of metal with classical vocals and instruments, the CCM group Believer formed in the late '80s. Vocalist/guitarist Kurt Bachman and drummer Joey Daub are the only constants in the continually revolving lineup. Believer's debut album Extractions from Mortality (1989) also included guitarist Dave Baddorf, bassist Howe Kraft and violin playing by Scott Laird, but 1990's Sanity Obscure replaced Kraft with Wyatt Robertson and added the...
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Transhuman, Believer
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: Apr 12, 2011

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