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Where Blood And Fire Bring Res


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 27 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Solid State Records
  • ASIN: B000006P3V
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #101,237 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Lies Of Serpents, A River Of Tears
2. To Think Of You Is To Treasure An Absent Memory
3. A Fall Farewell
4. March
5. Ember
6. Ravage Ritual
7. Fifteen Rhema
8. For A Fair Desire
9. The Latter Rain
10. Violet

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By A Customer on May 17 2004
Format: Audio CD
"Where blood and fire bring rest" is one of those cd's where you're proud to be a hardcore fan. Dan's vocals are the best in the business. They may sound terrifying but that's because it's scaring demons away left and right. the guitar riffs and drum beats are pulse-pounding and intense to say the least. as far as lyrics go; there's rarely a hardcore album out there that glorifies Jesus as well as this. From the slow opening of the first song to the rhythmic heartbeat of the last, "Blood and fire" is one of those cd's that defines your collection. Even if you're not a fan of Christian hardcore, you owe it to yourself to see what the Christian culture is capable of.
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By Lotus Scrum on March 2 2004
Format: Audio CD
the record that set the standard for this style of music. vocals are cool, bass. drums etc are all good here. This one got people talking and made some serious fans QUICK! This is THE record to start with if youre a new Zao fan etc or are just trying to get into the metalcore scene.
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By Andy on Dec 9 2003
Format: Audio CD
Each song is very very good. My favorite tracks are 2 and 5 and 9. This is Dan's first shot at Zao and he really outshines Shawn (Splinter shards...) I think. Shawn was good. But I think Dan really has a terrific voice. About the album- melodic at times, but not too melodic, and crunchy. Many think this is Zao's best. I agree, that or Liberate te ex inferis... worth listening to a thousand times over.
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Chaotic and emotional. A perfect synopsis. Few bands can say that they've mixed the two and won. Their sound is un-caged ferocity, it is powerful . . . DEVASTATINGLY powerful. Supervised chaos.
I judge all hardcore bands by Zao. They are the pinnacle of metalcore, this album being their most pure and prime example. Their only work that could be classified as better than any song on this album would be found on their split with training for utopia. Dan's voice was never better. His lyrics on this album are unparalleled. Pitch harmonics and huge riffs make for some of the best guitar work I've heard in a long time, though no soloing (but this IS a hardcore band). No matter what my mood this disc fits, it is in constant rotation in my collection.
When you see these guys live, all the songs off this album are spine tingling. The sound takes a hold of you, it will pump you up and in its closing track it will calm you back down. From the opening riff of "lies of serpents a river of tears", to the final respects in "a fall farewell", the savagery of "ravage ritual", the shear intensity and perfection of "the latter rain" followed by the massaging calm of "violet" it is a full frontal attack upon the senses.
This is not an album it is an experience.
Five stars without a doubt.
Also if you love this bands sound you should check out "Redeem - a Diadem of Beauty".
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By T. sho on Aug. 21 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is one of the first hardcore CDs i heard and it's still one of my favorites. If you're into hardcore at all, Zao are to hardcore like the Beatles are to rock. They set the standard and changed hardcore forever. To this day I cannot name one metal/hardcore band that is not trying to be as incredible as Zao. This album is a lead up to their biggest hit "liberate yourself from hell" and although it's not quite as original as "liberate", it's definitely a classic. It's a great CD to start off with if you're just getting into HC or Metal or even more specifically, Zao. They really can do no wrong in my eyes, except maybe self-titled which is a little sub par as a whole, but has some really great songs on it. So buy this CD, then go get "liberate" after you've memorized every instrument part on blood and fire.
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this is one of my all-time favorite albums.
with 3/4 of the original zao gone, lone original member, jesse smith, put together the most devastatingly beautiful metalcore band of all time with vocalist dan weyandt, guitarist brett detar (yes, the guy from the juliana theory), and guitarist russ cogdell (detar and cogdell shared bass duties on the record).
if i may be honest, 'where blood and fire bring rest' is one of the most profound musical moments of my life. to me, this record is that important. from the opening venom of 'lies of serpents, a river of tears', to the heartbreaking lament of 'a fall farewell', the unparalelled chaos of 'ravage ritual', the paralyzing, devastating beauty and rage of 'latter rain', to the profoundly beautiful and appropriate piano closer violet, this record is a defining moment in my life. it has somehow allowed me to exist and experience life on a slightly different level.
thank you, zao.
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I love Zao, and I love how they mature through each album, and this is no exception. This CD is more of a hardcore/metal CD than just straight up death metal. For fans of Slipknot, I wanna say that ZAO are MUCH HEAVIER AND MUCH MORE TALENTED THAN THEY ARE!!!.... If you have any taste whatsoever or you're just a fan of hardcore and death metal, you need to buy this now! It is an amazing CD and it is peaceful, masterful chaos! Buy it.
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Zao is by far the best christian band out there. I wouldnt be able to tell just by listening to their music. I would rather just sit home on sundays listening to Zao instead of waisting my time in church. Every song on this cd is good and Zao ranks one of the highest bands on my list. this cd is one of the best that I have.
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