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Congregation of the Damned
     

Congregation of the Damned

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by Atreyu
 

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On their latest effort, Atreyu come with more of the same metalcore that listeners have come to expect from the band. All of the familiar elements are in place, with the alternating screaming/soaring vocals, thundering double bass drumming, and big, crunchy riffage. Following the trend from their last album, the band takes a (relatively)

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On their latest effort, Atreyu come with more of the same metalcore that listeners have come to expect from the band. All of the familiar elements are in place, with the alternating screaming/soaring vocals, thundering double bass drumming, and big, crunchy riffage. Following the trend from their last album, the band takes a (relatively) mellower and more melodic approach, though there are certainly flashes of the younger, more visceral and cathartic Atreyu here and there. There are some solid breakdowns to sink your teeth into, and the choruses are still huge and anthemic. If you're hungry for more Atreyu after Lead Sails Paper Anchor, then Congregation will be a no-brainer.

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Release Date:
10/26/2009
Label:
Hollywood Records
UPC:
0050087137762
catalogNumber:
000349402
Rank:
1278

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Congregation of the Damned 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
ViolentRose More than 1 year ago
On this album most of the songs are heavier than what was on Lead Sails Paper Anchor. The sound is a mix between the Curse and A Deathgrip on Yesterday, so older fans like me will really love it.