Alexisonfire Crisis
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Dulcinea
February 20th 2007



181 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Too bad that's the only good song on the album.

Syncratic
February 20th 2007



756 Comments


Whoa, tone down the douchiness dude...

muchtallerthanu
March 8th 2007



648 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

The four songs i'm digging on this album:

This Could be Anywhere in the World
Boiled Frogs
Mailbox Arson
Crisis

frmautumTOashes
March 14th 2007



10 Comments


I liked this album and although their guitar work isn't as good as the s/t I'm glad that Dallas sings more on Watch Out and Crisis because hes such a talented singer. I think George had a good scream on the s/t but here it sounds too produced. I like the melodies and it's cool that Wade sings on there. there's some things that have improved and other things I didn't like. for example the intro to one song sounds just like a refused song. Overall a really good album though.This Message Edited On 03.14.07

muchtallerthanu
April 7th 2007



648 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I think George had a good scream on the s/t but here it sounds too produced.


^^Agree.

ToWhatEnd
April 8th 2007



3172 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Man I just saw these guys live with Anti-Flag and they were awesome. I knew some songs going into it, but like hardly enough to make me scream back words, etc. With that being said they were awesome. I've been listening to this record plenty today and there is some great stuff here.

muchtallerthanu
April 8th 2007



648 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

They toured with Anti-Flag?

Tyler
Emeritus
April 8th 2007



7926 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Yeah, more than once, actually.

Anywho, the first time I saw these guys they put on one of the better shows I've seen, but every time since...not so much. I haven't seen them with their new drummer, though.

ToWhatEnd
April 8th 2007



3172 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Yeah right now the tour is Anti-Flag, Alexisonfire, Big D and the Kids Table, and Set Your Goals. Diverse huh?

muchtallerthanu
April 9th 2007



648 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Sounds like a bitchin' concert.

descendents1
April 9th 2007



702 Comments


i went to an autograph signing for these guys and they didnt show up

not too fond of them right now

Tyler
Emeritus
April 9th 2007



7926 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

It's their manager, he's a notorious douche.

They're actually all really, really cool dudes.

CushMG15
April 9th 2007



1802 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

I love the fact that these guys take their music seriously and nothing else. They're all dorks, its awesome.

duckies
April 15th 2007



143 Comments


a musically good album let down by the screamo. i really like their music, but i just cannot listen to bands with a screamo singer. a real pity for me. especially when their main singer has a brilliant voice.This Message Edited On 04.15.07

Justanothernimrod
June 10th 2007



478 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

screamo crimes lol

Tyler
Emeritus
June 10th 2007



7926 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Dallas as an awful voice.

charliecoolman
June 24th 2007



23 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Greatest band ever. Rough Hands rock balls.

Epilogue
July 12th 2007



1590 Comments


I liked one song fromn these guys, it goes like
This city

This city is

haunted


I think it was 'This Could Be Anywhere In The World'. Can anyone elaborate?

CushMG15
July 13th 2007



1802 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Yeah, thats it.

chaostheory93
July 31st 2007



2 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

This album is actually amazing...yes it's more punky, rather than post hardcore, but when the melodies are this good, who cares? When they offset the melody with screaming, the songs get even better, and now that Wade gets more involved, it makes a beautiful rounded atmosphere.



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