Count Me In - Death Before Dishonor Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Heavy Metal / Artist: Death Before Dishonor / Audio CD released 2007-06-04 at Bridge 9 / ... more
Count Me In - Death Before Dishonor ... Disc #1 Tracklisting
1 Count Me In
3 Break Through It All
4 Curl Up And Die
5 Behind Your Eyes
6 Fuck It All
7 See It Through
8 Nothing But Away
10 Take Me Away
11 Still Stranding
Newest Review: ... believable. You really feel like the music means something to this band when listening, it's by no means perfect but is most ... more
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Death Before Dishonor Count Me in
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by - written on 13/06/08 (Very useful, 26 readings)
Death Before Dishonor is a five-piece hardcore punk band from Boston, Massachusetts. 'Count Me In' is the bands third studio album to date and was released through Bridge Nine Records, the label that the band has been signed to since 2004. In my opinion this is by far the best album that the band has ever written and most certainly comprises of some of the bands finest material to date. 'Friends, Family, Forever' preceded this album in 2005, 'Count Me In' is by far the better album however; a huge improvement from Death Before Dishonor and an album that has made me think a lot more of the band. In the past I have never particularly appreciated the music of ... Read the complete review
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