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Hopesfall: The Satellite YearsThe Satellite Years (2002)
Reviewer Rating: 4
Contributed by: pwfanaticpwfanatic
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When I first read about Hopesfall, they were being hailed as music in the vein of Poison the Well. After my first listen, I had to agree, but the later comparison for me went to From Autumn to Ashes. Now I am a huge fan of FATA, and therefore, “The Satellite Years” was something that latched on to me quickly. Unfortunately for them, the Poison the Well comparisons came naturally too, and this is mainly because the music is quite similar. They follow the heavy grinding guitar to acoustic formula. The screaming, emotional vocals to softer, more melodic singing. “The Satellite Years” is a surefire hit for those who are fans of PTW and FATA. Unlike PTW, Hopesfall has a less harsh, more melodic edge. They work in similar guitar riffs that FATA uses so greatly.
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