Haste the Day
When Everything Falls


3.5
great

Review

by guitaristBC7 USER (6 Reviews)
July 15th, 2005 | 88 replies


Release Date: 2005 | Tracklist


Haste the Day signed with Solid State and released their debut album "Burning Bridges" with songs such as Substance and The Closest Thing To Closure. They followed up with their sophmore release of "When Everything Falls" which comes out June 28, 2005. They consist of metal, hardcore, and screaming. Similar bands include It Dies Today, Atreyu, Across Five Aprils, and From Autumn to Ashes.

Haste the Day is:

Jimmy Ryan-Vocals
Devin Chaulk-Drums
Brennan Chaulk-Guitar
Jason Barnes-Guitar
Mike Murphy-Bass


1. Fallen
This is a great song to start off this cd. The drums kick in and then comes the distorted guitars followed up by the screaming coming from Ryan. The best part is the breakdown after the chorus where ryan yells "you've been alone for far too long time to return" it repeats the same riff then comes in this awsome guitar solo to top this song off. 4.5/5

2. The Perfect Night
The song starts off with the drums then the guitars follow in and then the vocals come in. It has some pretty good breakdowns but nothing that stands out. 3/5

3. Walk On
Very good guitar work starting off the song between the rhythm and lead. It leads into the chorus where you can hear some backing vocals while Ryan sings the chorus. Then comes in this quick and crazy guitar riff which leads into another breakdown. This follows into Ryan saying "walk on pass me never say my name again" and then starting to scream it leading into the chorus and ennding this song.
4/5

4. When Everything Falls
Starts off with the palm muting of the rhythm guitar then comes in the lead guitar. Following it comes in this catchy gutiar riff which continues for the rest of the first verse. It leads into the chorus which is well built singing the title of the album. The second verse is almost the same as the first. After the chorus again comes this distored guitar playing palm mutes and then out of now where comes a clean guitar playing a very cathcy riff and in the background you can here whistling to the same rhythm as the chorus. 4/5

5. If I Could See
Good guitar work on the intro and verse but the chorus is probably the best. The chorus is one of the strongest parts on this song. The same riff as the first verse is repeated for the second. Then Ryan starts to sing before the chorus which you don't here much. Usually the singing is done on the chorus mainly. This is a very good song not as hardcore as some of the others but they did a good job on the vocals. 5/5

6. Walls and Fears
The song kicks off with palm muting guitars in the intro and verse. The chorus has good vocals and pretty good guitar work as well. The second verse is just the same as the first. After the chorus sings for the rest of the song until the last few seconds. This is probably the best part of the song. 3.5/5

7. For a Lifetime
This is one of the best songs on the cd. It starts off with the guitars playing this catchy riff that leads into some palm muting and then goes back to the same riff. Folling it up comes them yelling "We will forever stay united we won't back down and we will not stop fighting." After that they repeat the same riff but differently adding hammer-ons and pull-offs this time making it 100% percent better and leading this up to the outro with the volcals and the palm muting by the guitar ending a great song. 5/5

8. This Time It's Real
This is one of the more hardcore songs on the album. With very good guitar work between the rhythm and lead. The chorus fits in pretty good with the rest of the song. 3.5/5

9. Bleed Alone
This is the most hardcore on the song. It has crazy, thrashing, perfects guitar riffs following with insane breakdowns. If you are looking for any sort of singing you won't find any on this song. With all the screaming and distorted guitars playing the one bad thing about this song is it is very short barely reaching over 2:00 long. 4/5

10. InstruMETAL
This an acoustic song but not a very good one it's just one riff with some errie singing coming. 2/5

11. All We Have
The song starts off with some good work by the lead guitar and then leads another catchy riff and then switches back. It leads up to an okay chorus and then turns back to the same riffs that are played in the intro and first verse and repeats into the chorus. 3.5/5

12. Long Way Down
This song stands out the most on the whole album the reason is I don't think there is one bit of screaming or anything hardcore on this song. Although there is some good stuff about this song like the intro which has some good guitar work and it also has a pretty good guitar solo too. Not bad for like a pop punk song. 3/5

This is a great album to have if your a fan of this kind of music I would give this a 3.5/5. Rate this review please.



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Comments:Add a Comment 
marsvolta
July 15th 2005


64 Comments


way too generic...this album was kind of a let down for me. all the songs have the same general structure...and although haste the day can pull it off, i just got lost in the cd and found it out've my cd player in 1.5 weeks. id give it a 3/5...decent album but nothing stellar.

mono_890
July 15th 2005


4 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Agreed, I found that most of the album followed the same formula: Verses that were screamed followed by cleanly sung choruses. It reminded me a lot of the new Killswitch Engage record. I'd give it a 3/5.

circleofdeadchildren
August 6th 2005


119 Comments


Im going to check them out


Arrakakaka
August 22nd 2005


685 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

They're a Zao and Killswitch Engage ripoff.

JxB
September 16th 2005


12 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

cool

Ebil_Kitty666
October 22nd 2005


7 Comments


I was just introduced to this band yesterday, these guys are supposed to be playing in my town on the 2nd and I was wondering if they were a good group to check out.

thattallkidgarrett
December 24th 2005


3 Comments


the dude who wrote the review of this album doesnt even know what hes talking about...on 'when everything falls,' in the clean part, theres singing... not whistling... haste the day is an awesome band... awesome live... awesome album (although it is pretty generic and structured)... still sounds good and im a loyal fan of the guys... sad to see jimmy go... and btw this is their third album... not second... i hate stupid peopleThis Message Edited On 12.24.05

jordanshowalter182
February 3rd 2006


47 Comments


you hate stupid people? hmm

weezer1208
March 12th 2006


24 Comments


ok album, ok review. i wasn't that impressed.

TheLatestAndTheLast
May 19th 2006


13 Comments


ya it wasnt that great compared to burning bridges, it sounds sooooooo much better live. anyone know what their new lead singer sounds like? they havnt come to my area yet since he joined, and whats with the guy who wrote the report on this album? he has no clue what hes talking about... whistling... what a boob, maybe they shoulda had someone who had actualy listened to the whole thing do the report... and what he doesnt seem to get is that : THERE IS PALM MUTING IN EVERY ONE OF THEIR SONGS! NO NEED TO ANNOUNCE IT! THATS WHAT MAKES THEM HASTE THE DAY!!!! haha

pattern_recognition
May 19th 2006


950 Comments


Too generic and way to KsE, but Fallen is quite a good song. They totally killed Long Way Down though, and the Goo Goo Dolls should track them down and make Robbie sing a dozen songs at them as revenge.

TheLatestAndTheLast
May 20th 2006


13 Comments


im not really a big fan of the goo goo dolls, but ya i agree they killed that song for sure

shedthisblood
May 25th 2006


1 Comments


new singer is good but i like jimmy better i saw them with bleeding through, btbam ,everytime i die a few weeks ago

kill_the_animosity
June 4th 2006


26 Comments


i like zao but didnt like the clean vocals but these guys pull off the growling AND singing brilliantly, have yet to buy this album but will soon

ToWhatEnd
June 8th 2006


3172 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Wow this band is way generic. I just cannot get into this at all.

Otisbum
June 10th 2006


1912 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

This is one of my favorite CDs, one of the best screaming bands that i've heard.
Decent review, but you left out that Long Way Down is a remake that was written by the Goo Goo Dolls on their album 'A Boy Named Goo'.This Message Edited On 06.10.06

labonza01
July 20th 2006


546 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

i like this album, it's pretty good, the guitar work is probably what you would get if you mixed KsE and FFaF, so i like it.

thatonekid
August 4th 2006


2 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Not my favorite screaming album, but the guitar work is pretty good. They tried too hard in my opinion, to contrast the screaming and the clean nice vocals on the choruses.

TimJim
August 19th 2006


145 Comments


the screamer is awsome

Mikesn
Emeritus
August 19th 2006


3709 Comments


You just opened Pandora's Box.



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