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Release date: 26 March 2002
Style: Melodic metalcore


6.5 | 62 votes


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01. Behind Silence And Solitude
02. From These Wounds...
03. Follow
04. Clarity
05. Erase
06. Shading
07. Home To Me
08. One Belief

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All That Remains has always come across as a rather second or third tier band, peddling a most generic form of metalcore. However their first album Behind Silence And Solitude was not a generic metalcore album but rather a more traditional and generic melodic death metal album.

The major point of difference between this and latter albums is the lack of clean vocals. This a good thing as once All That Remains adopted clean vocals on later albums, they did so in the most clichéd manner possible.

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ruffio - 14.12.2011 at 06:12  
Rating: 10 This is the only ATR album I like mainly because the metalcore influences are well balanced with the melodic death style. I suppose it's the lowest rated due to the fact there's no use of clean vocals and is pretty much devoid of those catchy vocal hooks they use extensively in later albums.

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