11 Songs, 37 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
313 Ratings
313 Ratings

A- Mazing

These guys have always been unique and they certainly don't stop here. Although not their best its no reason not to get this amazing album


where did bte go?

Also IM confused, last fall BTE wrote on their myspace "for those of you who thought our last cd wasn't heavy enough, this next one will be our hardest yet". Did minds change or was it a joke to fake everyone out. If so it worked in a very bed way


Pretty good

It's not bad. They took an approach that mixes vocals of pop, and guitar riffs of heavy rock/alternative, which isn't done too often. It's nice to hear a change. It could have been better with more screamo at appropriate timings and less melodies, but it's impressive to see what else they can do with their talent. It might not sound like it to some right now, but the BFT we all know and love is still there.

The best songs off the album would be: Rick vs. Nick, Bulletproof, and Not Alone.

About Before Their Eyes

A hard-hitting, faith-based post-hardcore unit from Findlay, Ohio, Before Their Eyes was founded by vocalist Nick Moore in 2006. The band issued its eponymous, Joey Sturgis-produced debut studio album in 2007 via Rise Records, followed in 2008 by The Dawn of My Death, which was the first BTE outing to feature scream vocalist and rhythm guitarist Landon Tewers. Released in 2010, Untouchable peaked at the number 22 slot on the Billboard Heatseekers chart, and 2012's Redemption saw the group moving to inVogue Records and introducing guitarists Jordan Disorbo and Brandon Rosiar. In 2015 the band issued its fifth studio long-player, Midwest Modesty. ~ James Christopher Monger

Findlay, OH
October, 2006




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