All Norma Jean Reviews:
norma jean: Wrongdoerscompact discs
Norma Jean: Wrongdoers

Released: Aug 6, 2013. Genre: Metalcore, Chaotic Hardcore. Label: Razor & Tie. Number Of Tracks: 11. Explosive on all fronts of modern metalcore, a new-look Norma Jean put out their greatest album to date.

POSTED: 10/03/2013 - 05:29 am

8.7
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norma jean: Meridionalcompact discs
Norma Jean: Meridional

Released: Jul 12, 2010. Genre: Metalcore. Label: Razor & Tie Records. Number Of Tracks: 13. Although not a huge musical leap, Norma Jean's first release on Razor & Tie records emphasizes the band's strengths.

POSTED: 07/12/2010 - 05:03 am

8.4
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norma jean: Redeemercompact discs
Norma Jean: Redeemer

Release Date: Sep 12, 2006. Label: Tooth & Nail. Genres: Heavy Metal, Post-Hardcore. Number Of Tracks: 11. While Norma Jean do show promise at times, it is still very hard to get all the way through some of the songs.

POSTED: 02/05/2009 - 04:10 am

8.7
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norma jean: The Anti Mothercompact discs
Norma Jean: The Anti Mother

Release Date: Aug 5, 2008. Label: Solid State Records. Genres: Metalcore. Number Of Tracks: 10. The Anti Mother ultimately boasts the best of both worlds: heavy riffage with manic, tortured shrieking, and aggressive melodies sung with equal parts passion and grit.

POSTED: 12/22/2008 - 02:49 am

8.2
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norma jean: Bless The Martyr And Kiss The Childcompact discs
Norma Jean: Bless The Martyr And Kiss The Child

Release Date: Aug 13, 2002. Label: Solid State. Genres: Heavy Metal, Post-Hardcore. Number Of Tracks: 11. Bless The Martyr And Kiss The Child is the first outing since Luti-Kriss adopted the new name Norma Jean, due to constant confusion from certain venues who believed the band was the hip-hop MC Ludacris.

POSTED: 01/31/2007 - 05:13 am

9.5
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norma jean: O God, The Aftermathcompact discs
Norma Jean: O God, The Aftermath

Released: Mar 1, 2005. Genre: Rock. Styles: Heavy Metal, Post-Hardcore. Number Of Tracks: 11. With O God, The Aftermath, it's clear Norma Jean has entwined its faith so tightly around its amplifiers that there's no separating the two without destruction of one.

POSTED: 01/05/2006 - 12:06 am

8.1
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