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Metalcore Attack Attack (USA) Attack Attack!
Album, Released date : 08 June 2010 - Rise Records / Twilight Records (USA)
Produced by : Shomo Caleb
Style: Metalcore

All rates : 12/20 You must be logged to rate this album
1. Sexual Man Chocolate 03:17
2. Renob, Nevada 03:13
3. I Swear I'll Change 03:40
4. Shut Your Mouth (ft. McSwagger) 02:43
5. A for Andrew 03:22
6. Smokahontas 03:54
7. AC-130 01:47
8. Fumbles O'Brian 02:57
9. Turbo Swag 03:33
10. Lonely (ft. Jason Cameron of Bury Tomorrow) 05:37
Total playing time 34:11

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    Crinn, Monday 19 December 2011 Talk to your friends  
Oh my god...

[Originally posted August 4, 2011]

Two tours after the release of their debut, the lead vocalist for Attack Attack! was kicked out of the band because of personal differences. I didn’t get the chance to hear their new vocalist until a couple of weeks before their sophomore self-titled album was released. I watched a couple of videos on YouTube of them performing Stick Stickly from various tours like the 2009 Warped Tour, and their most recent headlining tour. The first scream that left his mouth made me laugh so hard I almost fell out of my chair. I saw comments saying he sounded like a dead cat puking up a hair ball, I honestly think he sounds worse! I am still amazed by the fact that they replaced one of the best screamers ever by one of the worst!

He also screwed up the band. They’re not nearly as tight as they used to be, yes, they are still great musicians (especially the drummer), but they’re not a band anymore! Even all of the editing in the studio wasn’t enough to make them sound good, which failed. Their singer’s “singing” is basically 98% auto-tune. The overall band’s creativity has completely disappeared; the sound quality of the album is very low and cheap.

The only songs on the album that are at least descent and actually have some creativity are A for Andrew, Smokahontas, and AC-130. My favorite would have to be Smokahontas, which I think was written before their original vocalist was kicked out of the band. Overall I will give this a 8/20


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