A Bitter Broken Memory - Atreyu - Long Live (CD, Album)


2015
Label: Spinefarm Records - 2547522900,Search And Destroy Records - 2547522900 • Format: CD Album, Limited Edition Digipak • Country: US • Genre: Rock •
A Bitter Broken Memory - Atreyu - Long Live (CD, Album)

Label: Spinefarm Records - ,Search And Destroy Records - • Format: CD Album Digipak • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Metalcore Atreyu - Long Live (, Digipak, CD) | DiscogsAvailability: Out of stock.

 · Atreyu is back with their album Long Live, what an incredible comeback with every song is great with great lyrics, I can't stop listening to the album, absolutely incredible, about time Atreyu came back too, missed them guys. Keep rocking guys, hope to see you all on tour. This is definitely album /5().

1. Long Live 2. Live To Labor 3. I Would Kill Lie Die (For You) 4. Cut Off The Head 5. A Bitter Broken Memory 6. Do You Know Who You Are 7. Revival (Interlude) 8. Heartbeats and Flatlines 9. Brass Balls Moments Before Dawn Start To Break Reckless So Others May Live (Target Exclusive) Stronger Than Me (Target Exclusive/5().

 · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Long Live" on Discogs.5/5(1).

 · Metal · Reunited with most original members intact after a three-year break, influential Southern California metalcore rockers Atreyu revisit the intense emotion and aggression they’ve always excelled at. The bleacher-stomping “Do You Know Who You Are?” delivers an almost glam-metal wallop, and the hushed “Reckless” and cynical.


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  1.  · Metal · Reunited with most original members intact after a three-year break, influential Southern California metalcore rockers Atreyu revisit the intense emotion and aggression they’ve always excelled at. The bleacher-stomping “Do You Know Who You Are?” delivers an almost glam-metal wallop, and the hushed “Reckless” and cynical.

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