Haste The Day - When Everything Falls
It's hard to believe that When Everything Falls was released almost 4 years ago, because their sound is so fresh and innovative that it seems like it was released jsut recently. The thing that really stands out in my mind about When Everything Falls is the consistency. Every song carries the same intensity and pace, which in this case is amazing. Everything from the screaming back up vocals to the thundering of double bass pedals meshes together extremely well.
"Long Way Down" is definitely the stand out track, with tasty lyrics and gut-busting drumming it really throws When Everything Falls into the spotlight. "Bleed Alone" is somewhat of an under the covers song. It doesn't really stand out to you until you have listened to the whole album and realized what a powerful song it is.
Normally when talking about metalcore bands of the new millenium, their albums don't particularly age well. But When Everything Falls is one of the few glorious albums that managed to shine while others quickly faded away.
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on 2009-03-13 X_NaStY Said:
I think I've only heard one song off this disc, the title track I believe. It was good, but instead I picked up their newest album and dig that a great deal.