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  • Performer: Age Of Ruin
  • Title: The Tides Of Tragedy
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: Germany
  • Formats: DMF WMA MP4 FLAC AAC RA MPC
  • Released: 2004
  • Style: Thrash, Death Metal
  • MP3 album: 1144 mb
  • FLAC album: 1301 mb
  • Rating: 4.7/5
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Age Of Ruin - The Tides Of Tragedy album FLAC

However you end up classifying this album, The Tides of Tragedy has enough going for it that it should please most fans of extreme metal. It's not often that an American band can play at a level even with their Swedish counterparts, but Age of Ruin has demonstrated time and again that they are up to the task. Responder Notifique-me Helpful. Adicionar a Coleção Add. à Lista de Desejos Remov. Mercado 0 7 À Venda a partir de € 0,44.

The Tides Of Tragedy is the second full-length album by American metalcore band Age of Ruin. It was released in the United States on June 22, 2004 via Eulogy Records and in Europe on December 13, 2004 via Alveran Records. Yesterday's Ghost" - 4:11. Truest Flame" - 4:09. No Kiss Cuts As Deep" - 5:18. Diaries Of The Dead" - 3:40. Bluest Eyes In Blackest Hearts" - 3:23. Sirens Passage" - 4:13. Glowing Embers" - 4:02.

Age of Ruin's other releases were solid, and each had positive qualities, but each also had some problems. Some songs were very good, others just seemed like they were filler. With this release Age of Ruin manages to take the positive qualities of their previous work, without making the same mistakes. They still play their style of Swedish influenced metal, with plenty of nods to At The Gates and In Flames, but this time around, none of the tracks drag. The addition of Ben Swan at vocals also adds to the band's overall sound, as his powerful screams make the songs more forceful. They showed the potential on previous releases, but seemed to lack the direction necessary to put it all together; on "The Tides of Tragedy" it appears that Age of Ruin has found their sound. With more experience under their belt, there's no reason why their next release shouldn't be even better.

Listen to music from Age of Ruin like Yours to Bury, Age of Ruin - Bens Song - No Vox 2009 & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Age of Ruin. Age of Ruin was formed in Washington, . Age of Ruin has been decribed as a group which mixes melodious elements of Scandinavian metal with American hardcore punk.

AGE OF RUIN is a melodic death metal music artist. In 2000 the group released their debut self-released album Black Sands of the Hourglass. By 2002 they had released their sophmore album Autumn Lanterns, released on Tribunal Records. The album Autumn Lanterns has brought to group a maturity and with the arrival of second guitarist Bryan Kerlej the group's sound has been considerably improved.

2004 studio album by Age of Ruin. The Tides of Tragedy. Studio album by. Age of Ruin. December 13, 2004 (UK). The Tides Of Tragedy is the second full-length album by American metalcore band Age of Ruin.

With so little quality melodic death metal to go round on . shores, one can't help but want to pull for Washington, . s Age of Ruin, whose year 2000 debut album, Black Sands of the Hourglass, put a welcome American face on the well-loved Gothenburg sound. However, much has changed in the band's situation (not least a large amount of personnel turnover) during the intervening years leading up to their second release, 2004's long-awaited The Tides of Tragedy. It's truly impossible to tell, but whatever it turns out to be, the fact is The Tides of Tragedy has the feel of a rather confused, possibly transitional effort for Age of Ruin. With so much unfulfilled but promising songwriting on hand here, chances are the right mix may be just around the bend. 1 Dawn Age of Ruin 1:1. 2 Yesterday's Ghost Age of Ruin 4:12.

Tracklist

1 Dawn
2 Yesterday's Ghost
3 Truest Flame
4 Elapse
5 No Kiss Cuts As Deep
6 Diaries Of The Dead
7 Serengeti
8 Bluest Eyest In Blackest Hearts
9 Siren's Passage
10 Glowing Embers
11 Yours To Bury
12 A Portrait Of Solemn Seas

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 9016846522 2

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AR047 Age Of Ruin The Tides Of Tragedy (Promo) ‎(CD, Promo) Alveran Records AR047 Germany 2004
AR047 Age Of Ruin The Tides Of Tragedy ‎(CD, Album) Alveran Records AR047 Germany 2004



Reviews about Age Of Ruin - The Tides Of Tragedy (1):
Aedem
I'm always surprised to hear the term "metalcore" used in descriptions and reviews for Age of Ruin's albums. After hearing a pair of AoR EPs (Autumn Lanterns and The Longest Winters Woes) and the band's 2004 full-length The Tides of Tragedy, I've found very little of what I'd consider your typical metalcore sound. What I do hear plenty of (and which is the reason I keep buying AoR albums) is a healthy dose of Swedish-style melodic death metal in the At the Gates/In Flames/Soilwork vein. I love when bands manage to inject extreme metal with melody, and Age of Ruin always does a great job at that, which is something you definitely don't see a lot of in the average metalcore band.I will grant that The Tides of Tragedy has a sharper, faster sound than say Autumn Lanterns, and one that puts them a little closer to the average (modern) Headbangers Ball band, but that doesn't change the fact that this is still a melodic death metal album at heart, and a damn good one at that. The vocals (the harsh ones anyway) are very reminiscent of The Haunted, and the guitar riffs are every bit as intense as what In Flames is serving up these days. I'm not crazy about the clean vocals, but they play a relatively small part on an otherwise very strong album.Oh, and there's a pretty useless 1:30 minute live instrumental track added to the closing song "A Portrait of Solemn Seas". I have no idea what the band thought they were giving us with that one.However you end up classifying this album, The Tides of Tragedy has enough going for it that it should please most fans of extreme metal. It's not often that an American band can play at a level even with their Swedish counterparts, but Age of Ruin has demonstrated time and again that they are up to the task.

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