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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Great band with great music

    I was skeptical at first to see what they had to offer and was I impressed, not as hard as I hoped for but what a great album. When they come hard they take to the ground without notice. But those days when you dont want to bash the steering wheel into the road, they offer melodic breaks and softer vocals to give the listener the taste of a well diversified band that knows who they are as musicians and a band as a whole. This being their first cd, I cannot wait to see what they have to offer their fans in the other albums. "Infected" awesome song

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Storm the Gates of Hell

    I bought this CD online with my Wal-Mart gift card just a few months ago, and I love it. In "Storm the Gates of Hell", Demon Hunter stays true to the core of their music; combining awesome metal sounds and a pretty large religion, Christianity.

    1. Storm the Gates of Hell
    This song is mostly screamo, but if you listen hard, you can get the gist of what they're saying.

    I'll skip a few and go to

    10. Follow the Wolves
    This song is pretty good too. Less screamo than Storm the Gates of Hell, and it also has a softness to it as in "Carry Me Down". Mixing the persecution that Christians face every day, with the "stay out of the in-crowd" routine, this song certaintly does justice to both aspects.

    And finally, the bonus songs.

    Grand Finale is actually better than the first bonus song. It shows us how when all the others start persecuting with violence, we should tell us we're Christians as well, and not back down from our faith.

    Overall, I gave this CD five stars, and I hope you enjoy it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    I was blown away at the Demon Hunter's intellectual lyrics as well as their awesome contrast between screaming and singing. Songs such as "Fading Away" and "Thorns" are very radio worthy with their catchy hooks and little screaming, where as "Storm the Gates of Hell," "Sixteen," and "Follow The Wolves" appeal to eveyone who likes their music just a little harder and they pack lyrical punches as well. The lyrics in this cd give listeners more of a lesson to learn as far as God goes. I didn't even know they were Christian until I listened to their last album and went online. Demon Hunter may be my fav. band of all time!

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