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Scream Aim Fire (Deluxe Edition)

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  • This is certainly a solid second album from BFMV. After many listens to the album, most of the songs are memorable.

    1) Scream Aim Fire: Fast and Furious. This album opener smacks you in the face with its ferocity. 11/10

    2) Eye of the Storm: Cheesy lyrics, but like the title track it has a strong, memorable chorus and is fast paced. 9/10

    3) Hearts Burst Into Fire: The best ballad of the CD. Hands down. 10/10

    4) Waking the Demon: In my opinion, this is the best song on the album. 11/10

    5) Disappear: It’s alright. No matter how many times I listen to this song, I forget how it goes. Not very memorable. 7/10

    6) Deliver Us From Evil: Like another user said, this could be the band’s next single. 10/10

    7) Take It Out On Me: Fast paced song. This was done with Benji Webbe of Skindred singing with Matt. Benji’s voice doesn’t mesh with this song well. 5/10
    8) Say Goodnight: For the most part, this song is a ballad until about the 3:30 mark. Hearts Burst Into Fire blows this one away though. 6/10

    9) End of Days: Fast paced. I call this the “never before/never again song” since Matt Tuck chants this throughout the song. 8/10

    10) Last to Know: Lightning fast guitar playing during the chorus. 9/10

    11) Forever and Always: Mid tempo song. Just a notch below Hearts Burst Into Fire. 9/10

    12) Road to Nowhere: It starts off acoustically. I wish this song didn’t wait until the 2:30 mark to start to pick up. I usually skip this song. 6/10

    13) Watching Us Tonight: Another song I usually skip. The chorus isn’t very memorable. It is fast paced though. 7/10

    14) One Good Reason Why: There’s nothing really wrong with this song. It’s just like Disappear. 7/10

    15) Ashes of the Innocent: Now THIS is the best of the four bonus songs. It has a memorable chorus, screaming lyrics, and lightning fast guitar playing. This is a great way to close the album. 10/10

    So overall, with only three of four low points on the album it is certainly a solid album worth purchasing for anyone who is a casual fan of BFMV. I’m not going to make too many comparisons to their previous album, “The Poison”, because this one sounds a little different. After all, Matt Tuck had surgery on his throat so his vocals sound a little bit different.

    Posted on December 24, 2009