To Finally Feel. Holding Sand. And Yet They Say Vote for your favorite songs by clicking the green checkmark above. Suicide File Twilight CD. Guns Up! Outlive CD. Casey Jones Messenger CD. Customer Reviews. Displaying all 3 customer reviews. Reviews are written by people that purchased this item from Interpunk. Matt from Curra Via Gympie, Australia. Aug 24 Ryan from Tualatin, OR. Jul 4 When I first heard it, I must have ended up replaying it ten times.
The end comes with the final interlude, which is like a combination of the previous two and probably the best of the bunch. Lyrically, the album is a personal interperation of Herman Hesses' masterpiece Siddhartha, a reflection on a spiritual journey of examination, discovery and reinvention.
Each track tackles individual themes and overlaps the trials and tribulations of life on the road to the reawakening of mind, body and soul. Vibrant imagery and ideals are employed to enforce these ponderings, while the music works to provide an equally harmonious earful. There are many lines I could recite that I find solace in, but others might not. Yet, I am sure that at least some of these cathartic scrawlings will bear some rays of hope or at least solidarity to those listening.
The Warriors take the road less traveled on this album and it is evident both through prose and power chords. Drummer Phillips, who has done layouts for other bands, lends his talents to the latest from his own group, and succeeds yet again. The recording from Roger Camero is well done, with superb sound quality; one of the best productions I've heard this year. The grit of the guitars, the thunder of the bass and drums, the volcanic vocals are all interwoven perfectly, allowing the full impact of this record to be felt.
Bottom Line: In the liner notes, the band makes the following statement, a thought, a code, a mantra I've seen The Warriors live by since the day we were introduced. I feel that all the descriptions, praises, and reasons above should make this record a must have and this band a must see, but even if you are skeptical, or just don't agree, The Warriors are one of the few bands I can say truly represent this ideal and it shines through on this record in spades: "At the end of the night, what matters most is not a petty 30 minute block of noise, but the coming together of people and the emotional release it makes possible.
Comments post new comment. The Warriors has been the most creative and most well produced Hardcore of all time. Dice Game 2. I Won't 3. Downspeed Heartbeat 4. Interlude 5. Shadows Of Birth 6. To Finally Feel 7. Habitual 8. Awakened 9. Interude Re-Vital-Eyes Holding Sand And Yet They Say Interlude Re-Vital-Eyes Holding Sand And Yet They Say Posted by born to lose at PM.
Labels: The Warriors. Newer Post Older Post Home. Subscribe to: Post Comments Atom. Sites you should see Death By Music. I want my friends bandS. E. Gilchrist - Awakening the Warriors – Story set in the Legend Beyond the Stars Universe This is a short story – both in length and time elapsed within the story line. There really isn’t any time to develop a relationship between the heroine and the two warriors who are the heroes/5.