Fractures by Killing The Dream, released 10 June 2008 1. (Re)acquaintance 2. Part II (Motel Art) 3. Fractures 4. Thirty Four Seconds 5. Consequence (What Comes Next) 6. Everything But Everything 7. Hang The Jury 8. We Were 9. You're All Welcome 10. Thirteen Steps 11. Holding The Claws 12. Resolution. Got it. + add. album.
Fractures Lyrics: We should have quit back when we learned this wasn't everything, that, It all fades. but we never learned how not to care. somehow, it, Still fades. these are the days that. We should have quit back when we learned this wasn't everything, that It all fades. somehow, it Still fades getting To comfortable with pain. going nowhere in the name of hope, growing Into broken bones. the fractures have all healed, and i forget that They.
Killing the Dream - Fractures. Stick for me. pmeg568c The new album is gonna rule after hearing the songs over on Deathwish. The title track rips as well. fm Rush Hour Dead Format. killing the dream is seriously awesome. for me, the honesty of the lyrics make this band, although it did take me some time to get used to elijahs high pitched vocal delivery. the end of thirty four seconds is ridiculous. seeing it live must be absolutely insane. fractures is a good song, as is resolution. the whole album is very enjoyable for fans.
Includes FREE MP3 version of this album. California's Killing The Dream are an inspiring and passionate contemporary hardcore band. Embodying the same positive emotion found in contemporaries Comeback Kid and Bane. Their collective energy is the definition of hardcore power. Unorthodox heaviness and raw melodies cut and crack the abrasive surface in songs like 'Consequence' and 'Resolution'. While songs like 'Holding The Claws' and 'Fractures' showcase the band's ongoing creative evolution.
Killing the Dream was an American hardcore punk band from Sacramento that formed in 2002 and broke up in 2011. The group signed to Deathwish Inc. in 2004, and released three studio albums through the label: In Place Apart (2005), Fractures (2008) and Lucky Me (2010). Killing the Dream formed in Sacramento, California in 2002 with guitarist Joel Adams of Embrace the End, bassist Chris Chase, drummer Isaac Fratini and vocalist Elijah Horner.
Release Notes -. Embodying the same positive emotion found in contemporaries Comeback Kid and Bane, Killing The Dream's approach also pays tribute to legends Unbroken and Chain Of Strength. Their collective energy. Fractures" is Killing The Dream's latest full length effort. Over a year in the making, "Fractures" was engineered by J. Robbins at Magpie Studios (Jawbox, Burning Airlines).
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|A5||Consequence (What Comes Next)|
|B1||Everything But Everything|
|B2||Hang The Jury|
|B4||You're All Welcome|
|B6||Holding The Claws|
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