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|3.0 good||aerdaide | November 5th 12|
Pros: Strong vocals, Nostalgic
Cons: Unimaginative songwriting, pedestrian instrumentation
This album is really elevated by the vocals, most everything else is
uninspired and relies heavily on old ideas. Fortunately I'm a fan of
those old ideas so it's not a complete let down.
|0.0 ||ASnideRemark | January 15th 12|
Created by the three ex-members of Evanescence and fronted by a powerful vocalist who has more range and inherent power in her vocals than Amy Lee ever did, WATF has created an album that evokes emotion and provides the listener with a journey through a valley of strings and keys.
|2.0 poor||RikRoach7 | June 20th 11|
Fallen by Evanescence was half atmosphere half commercial. The Open Door was full atmosphere. Now guess.rRight, Tear the World Down is full commercial, rather boring, with few good melodies. It's just nothing special. Sounds like a Gothic Kelly Clarcson. And Paradigm sounds like a very worse Cloud Nine...
|1.5 very poor||renovatio786 | September 1st 10|
There's not much to say about this album that hasn't already been said. You can pretty much match up any song on this album to one on Fallen (Tear The World Down>Whisper, Sleep Well My Angel>My Immortal, Bury Me Alive>Going Under, etc.). Besides that, the guitars are even worse (including a bass that you can barely hear), the drums that are well below average even for mainstream rock, the lyrics are still based on whiny relationship angst, the synth still sounds like an afterthought, and the only bright side is a somewhat gifted singer named Carly Smithson. This album is nothing new, is even worse then the album it's trying to emulate, and is truly disappointing. People have said, try not to see this as a Fallen twin. But if you listen to this album after having listened to Fallen you realize something: This isn't a Fallen twin. It's more like a disfigured Fallen twin.
|4.0 excellent||Jeremy Bentham | April 30th 10|
I encourage you to drop everything you might think about We Are The Fallen being an Evanescence copy, for this album destroys everything Evanescence has ever done. Carlies vocals are incredible, and Ben Moody's signature guitar sound and writing skill that was so prominent on the Evansecence debut is ever so present on this release. Tear The World Down shows that We Are The Fallen are a force to reckoned with and have tons of potential.
|2.5 average||ariich | October 7th 14|
|4.0 excellent||miyo | May 4th 14|
|3.0 good||oneups | February 3rd 13|
|2.0 poor||kyliep | January 17th 13|
|2.5 average||Tanner | December 22nd 12|
|4.0 excellent||joe2m | June 8th 12|
|1.5 very poor||Harle | April 3rd 12|
|3.0 good||Xyrnos | December 11th 11|
|1.5 very poor||0Mimi0 | October 31st 11|
|4.0 excellent||dee542 | September 17th 11|
|3.5 great||Apollo | March 18th 11|
|2.5 average||Jumaos | December 3rd 10|
|1.5 very poor||Hoopy | August 25th 10|
|5.0 classic||Noel | May 25th 10|
|4.0 excellent||Zanco | May 17th 10|
|1.5 very poor||Bobby | May 14th 10|
|4.5 superb||LukC | May 12th 10|
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