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Album Review

Released in 2006, III: In the Eyes of Fire saw Unearth score their commercial breakthrough (as it reached number 45 on the album charts). But they accomplished this feat without the input of longtime producer Adam Dutkiewicz (yep, the same chap who is an integral member of Killswitch Engage), as renowned producer Terry Date manned the boards. But on their follow-up (and fourth studio album overall), 2008's The March, the lads have reunited once more with Señor Dutkiewicz, and the results are as hard-hitting and gloriously metallic as ever before. While many focus on the hardcore hollering (and thinking man's lyrics) of the group's frontman, Trevor Phipps, The March proves once and for all — perhaps more than any of their previous albums — that Unearth are one mighty guitar band. The twin team of Buz McGrath and Ken Susi is one of metal's finest, and it doesn't take long to prove this — just check out the kickoff track, "My Will Be Done," which features some pretty darn tasty guitar work. But that said, Phipps still has more than enough room to stretch out with some interesting lyrical concepts, and "Crow Killer" is the standout ditty this time out, as it focuses on the story of Jeremiah Johnson, who supposedly sought a relentless and bloody revenge on the Crow Indians (hence the song's title) after they killed his wife. And as evidenced by tracks such as "Grave of Opportunity," Unearth have pretty much perfected their hardcore-meets-Iron Maiden style/approach by this point. The March proves that all the early accolades were well worth it: Unearth have grown into one of metal's leading outfits.

Customer Reviews

unearth is amazing

this album has sooooo much more than III in the eyes of fire they really bring metalcore to a new level click! yes if you love unearth!!!

The Best Metal Release of 2008?

I have been hooked on Unearth since 2004's "The Oncoming Storm." After hearing the tracks 'The Great Dividers' and 'Endless' from that album, I knew that Unearth was something special. I purchased 2006's "III: In the Eyes of Fire," and loved every minute of that amazing album. And to think that Unearth did it again, their eponymous album, "The March" is fantastic, there is no other way to say it. Every second of this album sends chills up and down my spine and puts goosebumps all over my body. This is the album that you want blasting when your working out, this is the album you want blasting when your driving around, this is the album that you want, period. Purchase this album and enjoy all the breakdowns, all the ferocity, but above all, the supreme musicianship that Unearth encompasses. Please, support music, either purchase this album from your local CD distributor, or pick it up right now, either way, enjoy it, because this band, Unearth, are the present and the future of the New Wave of American Heavy Metal. Love it, enjoy it, blast it at all costs, and while its playing, headbang and jump around, because when those signature Unearth breakdowns kick in, there is nothing else that you want to do.


I'm giving Unearth two stars b/c they are Unearth. I didn't like this band at all up until the Oncoming Storm and after that I was a die hard fan. Oncoming Storm had all the elements of a solid metal/hardcore album: wicked guitar lines, brutal vocals, technical-inspiring drum tracks, and awesome arrangement/production. Since then Unearth has watered down and formulated their sound while increasing the quality of production which ultimately takes away some of the amazing brutality and aggression of Unearth. Quite frankly its extremely average. Average lyrics/vocals, typical arrangements, totally overused riffs on all the instruments. Buy it if you love and support Unearth...but don't expect to hear Unearth.


Formed: 1998 in Boston, MA

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Massachusetts metalcore enthusiasts Unearth formed in 1998 and immediately started rocking, both in and around Boston and on the road. They quickly found a strong following, booking tours with such like-minded acts as the Black Dahlia Murder and Killswitch Engage, and supporting big names like Lamb of God and Slipknot. After issuing Above the Fall of Man (Endless Flight) in 1999 Unearth jumped to Eulogy for two albums, 2001's Stings of Conscience and Endless, the following year. Their biggest exposure...
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