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Beneath The Encasing Of Ashes


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 29 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Pluto
  • ASIN: B00005M6YK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #230,061 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Beneath the Encasing of Ashes
2. Torn Within
3. Forced to Die
4. A Breath in the Eyes of Eternity
5. Blood Turned to Tears
6. The Voices That Betray Me
7. When this World Fades
8. A Long March
9. Surrounded
10. Refined By Your Embrace
11. The Innocence Spilled
12. Behind Me Lies Another Fallen Soldier

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By RandALL on July 2 2004
Format: Audio CD
I'd been looking for this CD for months and I finally found it. I was definately not disappointed. The sounds quality is definately not that great, but that doesn't take too much away from a great record. The music starts heavy as hell, and ends that same way. Much more raw than Frail Words Collapse, but to me, it's a good thing. Not quite as good as FWC, but close, and still way better than what most metalcore bands offer, that's why it still gets 5 stars. This band is highly talented. There are great riffs and vocals throughout the album. Never a dull moment. My personal favorite song is "Beneath the Encasing of Ashes". Any fan of metalcore music should own both of As I Lay Dying's CD's. Excellent band!!!!!
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By Jason on June 29 2004
Format: Audio CD
This album is amazing for 1 reason alone. It's just angry, when you buy albums from a band called "As I Lay Dying" that's just what you'd expect. So this album does not dissapoint, the sound quality isn't the best (compared to "frail words collapse") but the quality of the music as a whole is still there. "Forced to Die" and "The Voices that Betray me" are stand out tracks on the album. Displayed are the supurb lyrics of Tim Lambesis along with his ainguished scream that gives the band the feel they have. I would recommend this album to anyone looking for something to mosh too, or just to get that white knuckled feeling. Although this band deserves credit in another sense of the well structured music they produce, even though one may say they carry a sound familiar with the likes of "The Black Dahlia Murder" or "In This Victory" this music follows more of a non 'frantic' pattern that defines the sound of "As I Lay Dying." And sets them in a higher plain of musical existence than "Zao"
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By Greg Grady on June 28 2004
Format: Audio CD
This music is not something that you just take, put in and its something your hooked too. You cant buy this or download it for that matter and just like it. First of all, to the idiot who reviewed by saying they "stole" the vocal style of Zao. The vocal style used is part of the hardcore genre. You could say stop ripping off these vocals to a list of hardcore/death metal bands who use screams/yelps/deep growls. Good god its not like zao created the damn idea of screaming in vocals. Anyway, to the music. This is their first full release, i actually like their new one better, its more put together and more of a blend. The vocals caaannn get annoying after a while but its what creates its full brutality. I reccomend "Frail words collapse" to people who cant handle some really hard hits. What makes this music so great is it is an experience (assuming you like this kind) I hated this at first, my girlfriend was really into them so i was thinking maybe i missed something. I downloaded their whole cd and checked it out, listned to each song and read the lyrics to each one, analyzing each part, from the riff to the breakdown. I grew to love it and realized i was ignorant for listening to it then putting it away, it wasnt the kind that is catchy from a first listen but after the second time around the riffs stick in your head. The music i wouldnt consider hard, the lyrics are pretty intense to me. The lyrics are very well written and put together, dark but they dont try too hard to be depressing like some bands do just to fit into the stereo-typed genre. If you give this band a chance i reccomend you listen to it, give it more than once.Read more ›
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Format: Audio CD
Can't they come out with their own vocals styles ?Well, as far as the music goes...I hate as i lay dying but i decided to give their debut a chance because i didnt enjoy their other album frail words collapse but hey it doesn't mean that their debut will suck for the fact that many debut's are better then its continues release right ? Wrong! Aild's debut still horrible and i dont even know if "beneath the encasing ashes" is actullie their debut but well it realy suck hard and again all the songs are mediocre..Heavy ? Please--this coulnd get heavy if it tried to be at all! Buy red chord's *fused together in revolving doors" now thats a heavy metalcore. For good christian metalcore stick with normajean & zao foget the rest please!!
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By Tom Servo on Dec 23 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is easily their best CD to date. Frail Worlds was okay, but this is o much heavier and more brutal than their newer stuff. Fans of hardcore and metalcore should definately look into purchasing this amazing work of art. If you know what is good for you, you'll play some samples and that'll prove to you that this band and this CD are worth your time and money. A definate must buy!!!
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By Adam Mokan on March 14 2003
Format: Audio CD
Very impressed with the release from this group from California. Apparently, they were just signed to Metal Blade Records... and it shows why.
I seen them live the night I picked up this disc and I have listened to it well over 100 times since then. A great disc!
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