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Gone Forever


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  • Audio CD (June 5 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: FAB
  • ASIN: B0001CNQVC
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #171,233 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Force-Fed
2. Antihero
3. Better Days
4. Precious Lie
5. Washed-Out World
6. Living Nightmare
7. Soul Engraved
8. Gone Forever
9. Judge The Blood

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Format: Audio CD
I heard good things about these fellows and bought their cd. I was impressed that the guitar solo seems to be returning. But the simple lyrics and extremely annoying (in my opinion) vocalist allowed for me to only give it one listen. Beats the crap outta Nu-metal and new-Metallica for sure. Two stars for decent solos.
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By Devils Tongue on July 17 2004
Format: Audio CD
A kick ass album from God Forbid but a bit overrated. They do make it seem better than it is. Its good album but it doesn't live up to all the talk about it. The Album is definitly still worth buying. If you heard a Precious Lie,( which I'm sure you have),all the other songs are so much better. So pick it up and I would also recommend Shadow Fall and Killswitch Engage with this.
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OK enough with all of the genre labels people throw on this type of music (e.g. metalcore, nu metal, hardcore, etc.) This is simply an absolutely brutal HEAVY METAL record. You can't help but get a little nostalgic when you listen to it if you're a fan of pure metal like Slayer and Pantera like I am. Great guitar solos are found on almost every song, which is rare these days. If you are a real heavy metal fan, this record is perfect for you.
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By bp2626 on July 12 2004
Format: Audio CD
Alot of people are thrown off by the clean emo style vocals, and even more claim this is a masterpiece, I myself am of the latter.. this album is nothing shy of amazing.
When I first heard God Forbid, it was some of their older more raw stuff. It was great, brutal and powerfull.. but I could not expect this album to be as great as it is.. "Washed Out World"
or "Precious Lie" are good examples of the emo style vocals added and they fit perfectly in this band. Raw, brutal, blazing guitar solos, solid drums and bass and some of the best hardcore vocals make this band one of the top hardcore/metalcore/whatever bands in the world.. And it takes something special in a band to draw my attention, if you like this band check out Lamb of God, Norma Jean, or even Killswitch Engage
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Admittedly, when I first heard this cd I was a bit turned off by the clean, melodic singing on some of the tracks. It definitely detracts from some of the intensity of the music but after a while the clean voice does sound good on some tracks, but not on all of them. Besides that this album is full of amazing guitar riffs and guitar solos, brutal double bass drums and some of the best breakdowns in metal/hardcore. I'd say if you you are looking for a brutal metalcore band and you like Lamb of God, Shadows Fall, Killswitch Engage, Unearth, Hatebreed, Sworn Enemy, Chimaira or bands like that then check this out you'll want to get in the pit and tear stuff up.
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From the moment the first track played (force-fed) this album blew me away. They say that great albums take a couple listens to realize how great they actually are, but with Gone Forever, you know it after the first song. It is seriously that damn good. The guitars are technical, but have taste. The bass and drums are locked together like holding for dear life. And the vocals are just brutal. If thinking of buying an album anytime soon, pick this up and you wont be dissapointed.
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By Jason G Lutz on June 2 2004
Format: Audio CD
I defiantly consider God Forbid to be one of my favorite bands.
That being said, I have a couple of problems with this album. First, I could have really done without the clean vocals. Yet, this is more of a problem with modern metal core than God Forbid. A vocalist should not croon unless they really have the voice for it. Unfortunately, none of the guys in God Forbid have a good emo core voice and the clean vocals just come up short.
Secondly, I think the album chugs a bit at points. Basically there is a little much Nu-Metal bland riffing as opposed to clear metal core riffing. This is really nitpicking though.
Now, for the good points of the album this album does present some solid distorted vocals that really jump out of your speaker. Furthermore, there is some real quality in the music, consisting of some solid breakdown riffing, good solos, and thundering bass/drums.
The album probably deserves a higher rating than 3 but it does not distinguish itself from typical metal core enough to warrant a higher rating. I do however recommend purchasing this album especially since you can get it for around 12 to 13 bucks. I enjoy listening to it at night while web surfing or working on papers.
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Format: Audio CD
I just bought this a few days ago on an impulse without actually hearing anything from God Forbid before. Oh my god. This is awesome. Every single song is so great. There is no way I could pick a favorite. This is real metal. This is heavy badass real metal. Everyone who claims to like metal should go buy this today. I would recommend it to anyone who likes any heavy music. It is simply amazing. I am so glad I got this, and I will soon be getting the older stuff. Go get it.
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