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With so many metalcore bands taking themselves so seriously, it’s pretty refreshing for a group like Attack Attack! to display a sense of humor with song titles like “Sexual Man Chocolate” and “Smokahontas.” (Hi-jinks prior to their eponymous sophomore album include a 2008 EP entitled If Guns Are Outlawed, Can We Use Swords?). Much of Attack Attack!’s lyrics are based on Christian beliefs, but they don’t consider themselves a Christian band. “Renob, Nevada” opens like a violent storm with bludgeoning beats, punchy guitars, gang vocals and Caleb Shomo screaming in a guttural growl before Johnny Franck’s boyish vocals come soaring down to warn of the slippery slope that is jealousy. Though the band incorporates various flourishes of electronic music, “Shut Your Mouth” is a straight-up dance-floor jam replete with a guest cameo by electronica artist McSwagger. It’s quite a contrast to the following “A for Andrew,” which hinges on more larynx shredding from Shomo, who balances lyrics of suicidal desperation with Franck’s uplifting choruses that sing of hope and praise.

Customer Reviews


First of all, I hate bad reviews, so this is unnatural for me. I also say this, Someday Came Suddenly was an amazing album, but lots of people keep comparing this album to that one and I'm tired of that too. Attack Attack! has changed a lot since then, and sadly not for the better. The lyrics are really shallow and all angry for some reason, and I like angry songs, but every song is the the same deal. I like the fact that they try to bridge the genres of pop and hardcore, but they do both horribly by themselves much less together. The guitar parts all sound the same, Caleb honestly can't scream, the singer can't sing without auto-tune, and the 'inspiration' for the songs is rediculous. I really loved this band, and I know that bands change and loose people(Austin Carlile, didn't mention him cause I'm tired of the drama around him), and I HOPE that they change for the better next time. God Bless guys, and I respect the fact that you all are making the music that you want to make!


Attack Attack!'s right here with this album. Their sophomore proves any non believers in the strength of crabcore in the modern music scene wrong. I really like how they let Johnny actually sing a lot on this album. My only problem is that some of the songs are a little too different from each other. I think that Attack Attack! is a band that is still finding itself. One thing is for sure though, Attack Attack! is a force to reckon with in the modern hardcore/metal/metalcore/crabcore music scene!

Different but Great!

Different than "Someday Came Suddenly", but definitely good stuff. Unlike other bands, this change was for the better.


Formed: Columbus, OH

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Not to be confused with the myriad Attack Attack(s) that were all the rage at the outset of the 21st century, the Ohio-based Attack Attack! was a screamo/metalcore outfit that held true to a strict set of Christian beliefs. After forming the band in 2005, members Austin Carlile (vocals), Johnny Franck (guitar, vocals), Andrew Whiting (guitar), Nick White (bass; later replaced by John Holgado), Caleb Shomo (keyboards), and Andrew Wetzel (drums) inked a deal with Rise Records and released their debut,...
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