Curse [Bonus DVD]

The Curse [Bonus DVD]

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by Atreyu

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Victory Records

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Atreyu   Primary Artist

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The Curse 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Great guitarist. Too bad the band suffers from mediocre singing. The screaming gets a little old. I do have to say that it's a step up from their last album. But if you're looking for bands that are half singing, half screaming, then look no further than the bands Killswitch Engage, and Demon Hunter. Atreyu isn't a bad band, but they sure could use a larger range of vocals.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I wasn't much of an Atreyu fan until the release of "The Curse." By how much they seemed to have matured, I was completely blown away. I would recommend this to any hardcore fan.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I listened to Suicide Notes and Butterfly Kisses, so I had pretty high expectations when I bought this CD. I was not disappointed. Suicide Notes was like an uncut diamond, more gritty and less polished. The Curse glistens with an intro and an interlude, with beautiful acoustics as well as a rough edge. My favorite song is Nevada's Grace. Buy this album if you love Atreyu, and love any good music in general.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Atreyu are not your everyday screamo band. (Screamo is a genre of hardcore mixed with emo). Their first single off the album Right Side of the Bed. Is a metal serenade of Alex's emotions, mixed in with Brandon's harmonistic voice, crunchy (but catchy) riffs, and a well-done solo. Their second single The Crimson also brought hardcore to the table, mixing in with melody and metal. Also including the swift guitar riffs. Bleeding Mascara and the rest of the tracks show the genre of metal/hardcore mixed with melody is a great one to listen too. Even though Atreyu's first album (Suicide Notes and Butterfly Kisses) was more catchy than this one. This still brings Atreyu's unique style. With heavier music and emotion. The Curse is a perfect addition to any true metal-lovers collection.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I had never liked screamo music and then when I tried Atreyu, I couldnt stop buying all their CD's and going to the shows! They reel you in with catchy melodies and Alex's voice delivers the sweetest lyrics that reveal how hard it is to love someone. I recommend this band to anyone who needs a little excitement in their life :P
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is is a little less hardcore as previous cds, but this cd is still awesome.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Man you just can't beat these crackers. Every song kicks azz. The thing that's tottlay sick about this band is they have this heavy metal vocalist that's just insane then they have this crazy azz drummer and his smooth voice, it's a delicious mix. These guys kick major AZZ. Keep making new albums brothas.
Guest More than 1 year ago've never heard a hardcore cd so good since...christ i don't remember when. they certantly did top suicide notes and butterfly kisses,though that cd was very well done.good job guys...please keep it up.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This Is the Best CD in the world and i recommend it to anyone who likes screamo mixed with a lil is pimp... hell yes these guys are my fav band...
Guest More than 1 year ago
I never thought that they'd turn to the mainstream lyrics and whine about love to gain popularity..the whole "theres enough light in your eyes to light up our little world" type thing throws it off. the music's still there but the lyrics that used to perfect it are not.
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