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Unearth

Unearth: EndlessEndless (2002)
Eulogy Recordings

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Contributed by: moldyMoldy
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This is part 2 of my trip during the last week, along with Shattered Realm, Unearth also found a place inside my stereo, keeping me awake with not only their crushing sound but the lyrics, once you get past the screaming, are actually interesting and break away from the standard metal fare. The band.
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This is part 2 of my trip during the last week, along with Shattered Realm, Unearth also found a place inside my stereo, keeping me awake with not only their crushing sound but the lyrics, once you get past the screaming, are actually interesting and break away from the standard metal fare. The band seems to steer away from the common contrived ballads of destruction, hatred, and ill will toward man, and instead focus more on motivational and inspirational beliefs. They use these beliefs and the power and intensity of their music to hopefully inspire their audience to work against the violence and hatred in society. I especially enjoyed the lyrics on "Internal War", which is about the spread of violence among the nation's youth.

Sound wise this band is defiantly metal with sounds similar to Pantera and Slayer, but in some of the vocal deliveries, there was more of a hardcore feel, really reminded me of Poison the Well sometimes. It sucks that this is just an EP, and is only 4 songs long, it makes for a quick listen, and left me wanting more, I guess I'll probably be looking for their earlier full length or be awaiting a new one sometime in the future. I would say that anyone who enjoys hardcore or metal and is looking for a heavy band that actually has some things to say should check this album out.

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Anonymous (January 16, 2005)

Don't review metal if you don't know what it is.

This EP is amazing.

Anonymous (October 23, 2002)

The fact that you implied most metal is about hatred and all that bullshit is an insult on its own. metal doesn't mean slipknot dude.

Anonymous (October 21, 2002)

I don't know about the cd, but the new Pat41 is funny as hell.

yellowtrash (October 20, 2002)

That mp3 is awesome. I'm going to buy the album now.

Anonymous (October 20, 2002)

Ripped Balls = Good in metalcore.

Ripped Balls = Number 1 album for dashboard

waste_elite (October 20, 2002)

"The first song ripped my balls off."

and that's a good thing?

Anonymous (October 18, 2002)

my friend naked mud wrestled them before... i dont know much about them, but i konw that the lead singer was a bad boy and afterwards my friend spanked his ass raw!

-pat41

Anonymous (October 18, 2002)

My friend played baseball with one of the guys in this band.. other than that i know absolutely nothing about them. I will check them out even though I dont really like metal core that much.-BostonMusicGuy

Anonymous (October 18, 2002)

The first song ripped my balls off.

Anonymous (October 18, 2002)

Unearth is the best metalcore band in the world.

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