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8 comments on “ A Seasons End - Embodyment - Hold Your Breath (CD)

  1. Embodyment's last album, Songs for the Living, was much the same, showing even less of the dwindling metal influence heard on Hold Your Breath. Embodyment had shopped the Songs for the Living material around as an industry demo, looking for a new label, but after finding little interest they released it as an album on XS Records. Embodyment.
  2. Thus, Embodyment sacrificed meaningful, challenging music for pop-oriented, semi-derivative choruses on Hold Your Breath. And still, the music on Hold Your Breath is not bad at all; it’s just lacking in comparison to the music on the two albums prior. Songs like “Decade,” “K-9,” and “A Season’s End” frankly don’t compare to.
  3. Jan 01,  · Hold Your Breath shows a new dimension of what embodyment is really capable of. For anyone who has never heard the band, this cd is a good way of getting them hooked. While previously a death metal band who was slowly working into the alternative metal market with their previous album, Embodyment has grown up and abandoned their immature anger /5(17).
  4. May 30,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group A Season's End · Embodyment Hold Your Breath ℗ Capitol Christian Music Group, Inc. Released on:
  5. Although The Narrow Scope of Things and Embrace the Eternal are usually the Embodyment releases that get the most acclaim, Hold Your Breath is really the standout in their catalog because it's where the band finds the perfect balance between the airy lightness of Sean Corbray's vocals and the metallic tendencies of the musicians. Hold Your Breath is a seething mass of heavy riffs, technical /5(2).
  6. All the great songs and lyrics from the "Hold Your Breath" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource.
  7. Yours Truly () Belly Up () Decade () K-9 () Set the Stage () Heaven in a Letter Bomb () A Season's End ().
  8. Hold Your Breath is "a worthy purchase for anyone looking for something a bit different from cookie cutter emocore or the mainstream norm." [2] Amber Authier or Exclaim! states, "drummer Mark Garza shines" but "vocalist Sean Corbray sounds like he is struggling to perform at the same level as the rest of his band-mates on some tracks".

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