LPIndin
Dick In Your Butt?
Join date: Dec 2005
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#1
Has anyone else heard it? i got their new album today and i liked it. i wasnt too big a fan of o god the aftermath, but i liked the new stuff a lot. you can actually understand corys screams and there is a hint of melody in it as well.
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#2
I like it too. A Small Spark Vs A Great Forest and The End of All Things Will Be Televised are probably my favorites.
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bite_the_bullet
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Join date: Jul 2006
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#3
i like all three of the albums. probly Bless the Martyr, Kiss the Child the best though.

just because the guy from The Chariot is just nuts with Norma Jean.
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#6
^ Instantly hearing their new stuff I thought that too.
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Adam Morello
Join date: Apr 2005
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#7
I hope I like it, I'm going to see them next month
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Join date: Nov 2005
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#8
Sweet. I'm one of the few who liked O' God a little better. But that was the first album of theirs I heard though, so I guess I came in during the Brandan era. I think their stuff as Luti-Kriss might be their best material though. I'm psyched to pick up Redeemer.
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MANATEEN
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#9
A grand scene for a color fim = amazing, as is the whole cd
LPIndin
Dick In Your Butt?
Join date: Dec 2005
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#10
Quote by MANATEEN
A grand scene for a color fim = amazing, as is the whole cd

thats my favorite song on the album. i love when he screams 'lets break out the shotguns, were goin to town'
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4_string_fury
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Join date: Jul 2006
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#11
i love their new cd, i am a fan of old and new norma jean. the newer stuff seems alot mor organized and finished, but i liked the raw sound and feel of all of their older stuff, they used to remind me of a garage band
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Join date: Sep 2006
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#13
The new cd is kinda bland IMO. The Screaming could use some more range I think, it seems to get kinda repetitive. OK cd though, a couple good songs. My 0.02...
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The Toxic Waltz
Join date: May 2004
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#17
"tonight the south is on fire"

that is worth the price of the cd alone
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BassNewbie
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#18
and there is a hint of melody in it as well.



their new stuff does have a slight hint of it.

their old stuff was more monotnous(SP) than anything else ive ever heard
ChrisPetrie
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Join date: Jan 2006
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#19
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Bless the Martyr, and Kiss the Child > All other Norma Jean


Sorry.

Someone with some sense. Theres like 2 good songs on O God but the rest kinda sux.

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i love their new cd, i am a fan of old and new norma jean. the newer stuff seems alot mor organized and finished, but i liked the raw sound and feel of all of their older stuff, they used to remind me of a garage band

They recorded everything on Bless the Martyr live, with like feedback and on. Same with The Chariot.
Nirtallica
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Join date: Jun 2003
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#20
yeh its rather melodic, and different which makes it more original and listenable.