All That Remains Review

artist: fozzy date: 04/20/2006 category: compact discs
fozzy: All That Remains
Released: Jan 18, 2005
Genre: Rock
Styles: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
Number Of Tracks: 10
This CD shows that awesome rock/metal doesn't have to be screaming, Fozzy is one of the best groups out there and this is definatly their best CD.
 Sound: 10
 Lyrics: 9.5
 Overall Impression: 10
 Overall rating:
 9.6 
 Reviewer rating:
 9.9 
 Users rating:
 9.3 
 Votes:
 17 
reviews (2) 2 comments vote for this album:
overall: 10
All That Remains Reviewed by: loner4life, on april 18, 2005
3 of 4 people found this review helpful

Sound: Fozzy has a pure '80s metal and heavy metal sound. The solos are off the roof and the bass is played so extravagantly. The vocal melodis are sensational. The Duke's guitar riffs are amazing. How the hell does he and Jericho come up with this stuff. // 10

Lyrics: The lyrics are amazing. They are just undescrible, and the vocalist is soon to be one of the greatest frontmen ever. Chris Jericho's voice matches the hardcore guitar riffs and the power house drumming so unbelievably. He has true heavy metal pipes. He has a sound all his own. // 10

Overall Impression: Fozzy is, without a doubt, the best band of this millenium. They make wimpy 3 Doors Down look pathetic. Forget "Here Without You," "La La" and all that other crapola. Songs like "Enemy," "Nameless Faceless," "Daze Of The Weak," and "The Way I Am" are astonishing. The album is pure metal nameless faceless to born of anger, but of course you one power ballad that is awesome. The guest stars are huge and very down with the Fozzy. I'd tell you who they are but I don't want to ruin the suprise. Okay, I'll tell you this much Alter Bridge, Black Label Society, Megadeth, and Bone Crusher. One person from each opf these bands are on here. If someone stole this album I'd hunt them down and beat them, I mean ask for it back. This album is pure gold. // 10

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overall: 9.7
All That Remains Reviewed by: METSOAD, on april 20, 2006
1 of 1 people found this review helpful

Sound: This is an awesome album from one of this decades best bands so far, proving that not all modern Metal has to be fast and screaming. The Bass playing is something to be marveled at. Sean Delson is one of the most elaborate bass players in a rock band for many, many years. The guitarists, who are Billy Grey, are also a revalation, some insane riffs and wonderful solos show off the talent that they seems to possess. The sound is very well produced, giving each instrument fair coverage. // 10

Lyrics: Chris Jericho can do everything, sing, shout and scream. He appears to have a very versitile voice that can bend itself to any riff. The lyrics also fit the songs very well, From the title track "All that Remains" to the album closer "Born of Anger" and the album opener "Nameless Faceless" the lyrics seem to be a perfect match to the actual music, whether they be angry, sad or just generally passionate. // 9

Overall Impression: Overall, many people would say that this album is an ordinary run-of-the-mill American Metal album. But Fozzy's riffs are some of the best of any band. The solos are shreding genius and the bass playing is totally out of this world. This band, who have been to Download festival, have the potenial to be great. More songs like The Title track and "The Test" and less like "Enemy" they could be a great metal band. // 10

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