A Different Kind of Pain

A Different Kind of Pain

by Cold
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A Different Kind of Pain 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
cold is an amazing band and every cd that is yet to come I think overall will be great they are a together band and have deep lyrics!! It Rocks!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is just one of those CDs that blow you away. Just by listening to the samples you can tell that this is a masterpiece. Although there is no doubt it will be underrated.Cold seems to mature more by each album, and this will probably appeal to 40+. The stronger songs on the record are Tell Me Why, Back Home,Title Track, and Anatomy of a Tidal Wave.The weaker tracks are Feel it in Your Heart.
Guest More than 1 year ago
great CD the guitars are better in my opinion, and all around the sound and lyrics are FANTASTIC!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Without a doubt, this is one of the best CDs that I have ever listened to. It totally surpasses YEAR OF THE SPIDER and 13 WAYS in more ways than one. This CD is a must buy for any Hard Rock Music Lover.
Jay_Godzilla_fan More than 1 year ago
I can jam this in my car 24/7! In fact I did when this came out! They outdid themselves in this one.

Check out there unreleased "Sting me" Honestly it would have made their carrier I think.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Cold's new album has two new (One old) guitarists with music that ties back with the previous albums. This album involves more piano and less acoustic opposed to the last few album which had very little distinct piano and a lot of acoustics. The piano solos capture some key moments in this album with fond and loving memories of their fan-friendly ''13 Ways To Bleed On Stage'' masterpiece. Starting with ''Back Home'', which Scooter ward: the band's frontman explaining in interviews about writing/recording the album in his old home. in Jacksonville, Fla. The album goes into darker waters as it transforms from ''Anatomy of a Tidal Wave'' into the title track ''A Different Kind of Pain''. Shortly after the band's first single ''Happens All The Time'' passed by, and many over-analyzed ''Spiritual'' references in songs come next. This album, with new sounds molded from old ones lack of cursing but still painful experiences echoed from words out of Scooter still keeps the band's form to be enjoyed, and not overlooked, nor over-produced.
DEMONTHE7TH More than 1 year ago
This is COLD we're talking about here. They only produce great albums, not half and half. Although, I do have to say I preferred their older stuff a tad more, but some of the songs here do work very efficiently such as the title track. The one track that stands out to me more than any is "Back Home" which brings back memories of previous albums. COLD is currently working on a new album and I sure as hell hope it's as hard rocking as the old stuff, but I do love the new stuff too. I know they're getting older now, but there are still plenty of topics in the world to hit on that will get your fists pounding:) A very fitting album cover btw.
Guest More than 1 year ago
One of the reviewers on this page mentioned that this cd was lacking curse words. How can you be lacking that? This cd is awesome, no cursing needed. Plus, I'm pretty sure that cursing doesn't necessarily make a song sound intelligent. If it's necessary in the song, then put it in. If not, leave it out. This cd is not quite as good (in my opinion) as "year of the spider," but it definitely is a wonderful cd. I've seen these guy in concert twice and I can truthfully say that they are my all-time favorite band. Can't wait 'till When November Falls first cd comes out.