Item description for His Last Walk by Bless The Fall...
Overview TRACK LISTING:
01. A MESSAGE TO THE UNKNOWN 02. GUYS LIKE YOU MAKE US LOOK BAD 03. HIGINIA 04. COULD TELL A LOVE 05. RISE UP 06. TIMES LIKE THESE 07. PRAY 08. WITH EYES WIDE SHUT 09. WAIT FOR TOMORROW 10. BLACK ROSE DYING 11. HIS LAST WALK 12. RISE UP (ACOUSTIC)
Community Description TRACK LIST:
* Message To The Unknown, A
* Guys Like You Make Us Look Bad
* Could Tell A Love
* Rise Up
* Times Like These
* With Eyes Wide Shut
* Wait For Tomorrow
* His Last Walk
* Rise Up - (Acoustic Version)
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Studio: Record Collection
Record Label Record Collection
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.55" Width: 4.97" Height: 0.54" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Jun 30, 2007
Publisher WORD INC. (MUSIC) #38
ISBN 0012421901 ISBN13 0093624998044 UPC 093624998044
Reviews - What do customers think about His Last Walk?
One of my favorite bands ever Dec 1, 2009
I first heard of them when I read that Escape the Fate's new singer Craig Mabbitt was originally in it. I'm a huge fan of his vocals and lyrics, along with Escape the Fate and the Word Alive so I was excited to hear more of his work. Of course, I was impressed with Mabbitt's work and Higinia is one of my personal favorites of the album. It's beautiful and has the perfect balance of screaming and singing, along with the rest of the album. And as the other reviews said, it puts out Christian messages without overpowering the music with it. Well done to the entire band. This, along with their new stuff with Beau, is some of my favorite of all time. Live long, blessthefall.
Only a word: Wonderful Aug 10, 2009
This CD is one of the best about post-hardcore music... and I'm sure that will be on history.
Bless my Fall Apr 2, 2009
Craig has a great sound, but honestly..he should have stuck with BTF he sounds so out of it now that he is with escape the fate. this is such an awesome CD, wait for tomorrow is so catchy and upbeat. i really have nothing bad to say about it at all. 5 stars
If you like hxc and you don't own this.... Nov 1, 2008
You should be ashamed of yourself if you don't own this album and you claim like metal. I love every song on this cd. Starts hard. Ends hard. I listen to this album constantly.
GOD bless the fall Mar 6, 2008
The first album by this band, and the album with former singer Craig Mabbitt , who many miss ( Craig now is the singer for Escape The Fate, of all bands)
Ive seen this band twice in concert, and they are good live. They impressed me at Warped Tour and i even got to meet Craig.
This cd is a decent first try by a new band. It has some spirtual meaning, and displays some definate potential. If they can keep playing good live and making more songs like "Higinia" and "Black Rose Dying", which were what caught my attention most of all.
In "Higinia", theres a part where hes screams " You will not die" over and over and finally finnishs the last word "die" with a raised, chilling , voice that i must admit was kinda powerfull. Together with the deeper spirtual meaning contributed by the members faith in something higher than themselves, i think its commendable. They impressed me right there, and im not some enormously uptight religious person, though i try to be honest with who i am. But thats me.
And "Black Rose Dying" has some honestly guinely powerfully savage screams that are authentically despret and cathartic, as the singer gasps franticly and lets out blood curdling screams. You can feel the emotion so much in it, it definatly isnt forced. And to me, that was blessthefall's hint at genius.
They are very young and just starting out, and havent harnassed that brillance through out the album, but i just wanna mention that i noticed a spark of greatness. Nothing tremendous. But i saw something.
Im not typing out a real thorough review becouse i dont have much time. But i think this album is worth checking out and the band is worth supporting. Hopefully things wont fall apart with Craig Mabbitts departure.
This cd as a whole has a good amount of songs on it that arent extremly memorable. But its their very first album. Its good effort. You wont find great musical innovation or anything though. The songs might speak to you, they might not. Its not bad. Theres lots of room for improvement.