Killswitch Engage - The End Of Heartache


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Release date: 11 May 2004
Style: Melodic metalcore

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Disc I
01. A Bid Farewell
02. Take This Oath [feat. Jesse Leach]
03. When Darkness Falls
04. Rose Of Sharyn
05. Inhale
06. Breathe Life
07. The End Of Heartache [feat. Andy Sneap and Philip Labonte]
08. Declaration
09. World Ablaze
10. And Embers Rise
11. Wasted Sacrifice
12. Hope Is... [feat. Philip Labonte]
13. My Life For Yours [Japanese bonus]

Disc II [Re-release edition] [bonus]
01. Irreversal [feat. Jesse Leach and Philip Labonte] [re-recorded version]
02. My Life For Yours
03. The End Of Heartache [Resident Evil version]
04. Life To Lifeless [live]
05. Fixation On The Darkness [live]
06. My Last Serenade [live]
07. Rose Of Sharyn [video]
08. The End Of Heartache [video]

Additional info
Half the tracks on the the promo version of the album have longer fade-outs at the end. The promo version also features a different tracklisting and included the Japanese bonus track.

Staff review by
Deadsoulman
Rating:
8.5
One of the most promising bands of the American new wave of thrash (understand one of the leaders of the US nu-thrash scene) is back with a highly expected follow-up to their great debut Alive Or Just Breathing. Meanwhile, two years and a singer have gone, Howard Jones has settled down as the band's frontman, written the lyrics for the whole album, and shown some extended vocal abilities, Killswitch Engage has toured intensively across the United States, and also a bit everywhere else with their companions of Lamb Of God, Chimaira, Hatebreed, Shadows Fall and co. Has this quick elevation changed something in the good sense, or have they lost their mind? Have they kept a heavy direction, or have they decided to capitalize on the commercial success of nu-metal bands all over the world and sold their soul for the sake of broadcasting?

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published 15.11.2004 | Comments (1)

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04.01.2011 - 01:05
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End of Heartache<3 Best Song on the album on my opinion.
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21.05.2013 - 14:22
Rating: 8
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ANA-thema
I guess I'm nostalgic lately. I remember this was the first metalcore album I listened to.

I've been playing "The End Of Heartache" nonstop lately and remembering that time when I was like 17 or 18. Either way, this is a great song and great album and it allowed me to discover other things.
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Written by BloodTears on 19.08.2011 at 18:29

Like you could kiss my ass.
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21.05.2013 - 15:22
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Written by BloodTears on 21.05.2013 at 14:22

I guess I'm nostalgic lately. I remember this was the first metalcore album I listened to.

I've been playing "The End Of Heartache" nonstop lately and remembering that time when I was like 17 or 18. Either way, this is a great song and great album and it allowed me to discover other things.

I also have good memories of this record. I'm sure If I heard it today for the first time it would get a very different score. but you can't fight nostalgia.
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21.05.2013 - 20:42
Rating: 8
BloodTears
ANA-thema
Written by Guest on 21.05.2013 at 15:22


I also have good memories of this record. I'm sure If I heard it today for the first time it would get a very different score. but you can't fight nostalgia.


Do you think people who listen to it now for the first time find it shitty? I think it's an album that ages well. I didn't even noticed Andy Sneap & Philip Labonte participated on the song until now lol
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Written by BloodTears on 19.08.2011 at 18:29

Like you could kiss my ass.
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