Unearth - The March


7.7 | 103 votes |
Release date: 14 October 2008
Style: Metalcore

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Disc I [CD]
01. My Will Be Done
02. Hail The Shrine
03. Crow Killer
04. Grave Of Opportunity
05. We Are Not Anonymous
06. The March
07. Cutman
08. The Chosen
09. Letting Go
10. Truth Or Consequence
11. Our Callous Skin [digibook bonus]

Disc II [DVD limited edition digibook]
+ Making of The March
+ Studio Update
    1 - Preproduction - Part 1
    2 - Preproduction - Part 2
    3 - Guitars
    4 - Vocals
    5 - Backup Vocals

Guest review by
omne metallum
Rating:
6.8
Every time I think of Unearth, I wonder how they never broke through from the second tier of metalcore, always remaining a band with potential stuck on the periphery; it is when you listen to the albums in detail that you begin to see why. The band's fourth and arguably biggest record, The March, is a conflicting record; for as good as it can be, it can be just as bland at other times.

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05.03.2010 - 20:01
Rating: 8
JÄY
Metal slave
If you can get past SOME metalcore tendencies...this album is really great! for me its just as much melo death as metalcore...sept the vocals
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15.12.2010 - 20:28
Rating: 8
Demonmayonnaise
I actually enjoyed this album. Unearth is one of the better metalcore bands around.
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24.06.2011 - 15:40
Rating: 9
Metal_4Ever
Written by Demonmayonnaise on 15.12.2010 at 20:28

I actually enjoyed this album. Unearth is one of the better metalcore bands around.

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24.06.2011 - 23:54
JD
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Yeah this is really a great album, on of the few metalcore albums that i like.
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04.01.2012 - 17:39
Rating: 9
SexyCat_1113
Perfect melodic metalcore album with darkness concept~
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