Released on August 28, 2007
A limited edition EP that was available on their headlining tour in the summer of 2007.
Features four songs live from The CJLO Kids are So-So Sessions in Montreal, QC - including one never before released song live!
Also included is a b-side, "237" that originally appeared on The Masters of Horrors soundtrack.
Finally, two original demo versions of "Should Have Stayed in the Shallows" and "Absolute Future, Absolute Past" show how songs change between the original idea and finally being on an album.
Released on April 6, 2004
Nevermind all that genre-binding garbage, Fear Before the March of Flames offers you something beyond all that. This band makes it abundantly clear that they want nothing to do with a genre, or the things that come with it.
Released on September 7, 2004
You'll find your ears begging for mercy as the guys wail through 11 songs in under 30 minutes. Guitar riffs resemble chainsaws rather than instruments. I stand back in amazement at the shredding vocals.
Released on September 19, 2006
It is pushing the post-hardcore genre further than it has been pushed in quite some time. Fear is now more melodic and less screamo. If you need one song to drive this into your skull it would be "My (Fucking) Deer Hunter", one of the best tracks to ever grace Equal Vision.
Released on February 20, 2001
This Virginia quintet just tears it up on this album. It's got that DC Scene influence that brings up images of Dag Nasty, Frodus, and Fugazi all at the same time. While showing a sense of pop melody that would put New Found Glory to shame. In short, this CD is the cream of the emo crop.
Released on May 29, 2007
On Letting Go is a push for power. Epic and punchy, the drums are the thumping, chugging steam engine of each track. The elegant, reverbed beauty of the guitars seals the whole story together in a grand statement. A statement made as firmly with overdriven rhythm guitars as it is with clean lead ones. Engine Down would be proud, I think. The word “majesty” sums up this kind of rock. If I had to coin a new genre, I’d use the word majestic
Released on September 4, 2001
Over three years in the making, Jane Doe is the most dynamic and devastating release of Converge's 10+ year history. The band has done what they do best by once again re-defining an entire genre of music and creating a new standard for a hardcore/metal band.
BUNDLE INCLUDES: Dear Lemon House, You Ruined Me: Senior Year CD
Full Album Digital Download (sent via email on release date) Instant track "An Evening Of Moving Pictures With Scooter Corkle"(sent via email at time of purchase)
Track List: T.A.Y.L.O.R. Fuck Temple University An Evening of Moving Pictures With Scooter Corkle Market Street (Chardonnay, Diamonds, & Me) Broad Street (Take Me Home) The Counselor’s Office: A Present Example Of Past Procrastinations Run Away Jay A Recipe for a Meaningful Life The Underdog I: Blue Pop The Underdog II: Fight On The 40 Yard Line, What’s That In Kilometers? The Underdog III: Exit Pt. IV (A Self Fulfilling Prophecy)
Album release date is May 21st Mockups are not actual representations of presale items, actual items may vary. Shipping date subject to change.
Full Album Digital Download (sent via email on release date) Instant track " If I Told You This Was Killing Me, Would You Stop?" (sent via email at time of purchase)
Track List: Better Now Into The Dark (reimagined) Is Patience Still Waiting? (reimagined) We're At The Top Of The World (reimagined) If I Told You This Was Killing Me, Would You Stop? (reimagined) Bring It Low (reimagined) Constellation (reimagined) Duane Joseph (reimagined)
Album release date is March 26th Mockups are not actual representations of presale items, actual items may vary. Shipping date subject to change.
Track Listing 01. Bloodthin 02. Compass 03. Anywhere I Go, I’m Taking You With Me 04. Holiday In Vegas 05. I’ll Be There 06. Better Off As Friends 07. Hailey Beverly 2016 08. Fantasy 09. American Idle 10. Laylo
Track Listing 01.Car Underwater 02.The Truth About Heaven 03.Remember to Feel Real 04.Awkward Last Words 05.Stay on the Ground 06.A Quick Little Flight 07.The More You Talk the Less I Hear 08.Basement Ghost Singing 09.Walking at Night, Alone 10.I Have Been Right All Along 11.The End of a Fraud
Released on February 22, 2005 Armor for Sleep again fuses their literally haunting writing with a slew of melodies including electronica and hardcore. What To Do When You Are Dead is their next step, the next logical progression in the band’s identity, a purposeful balance between a self-contained concept album and a strong collection of songs. Armor for Sleep has demonstrated their ability to adapt from the beginning, and as they grow, stake a claim in the fluctuating genre they helped to create.