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Scars Remain

1 rating: 3.0
Christian album by Disciple
1 review about Scars Remain

More Bark, More Bite

  • Apr 7, 2008
Rating:
+3
"Scars Remain" is one of Disciple's heaviest offerings to date. The self-titled album preceding this one had a more melodic tone to it, and that can still be found here, but this Southern Gospel has a whole lot more barking, screeching and clawing to it. In short, this is full-on heavy metal that rocks. Songs like "Regime Change" and "Game On" provide plenty of fist-pumping, and "Fight For Love" has anthem potential despite being one of the tamer tunes on the album. The entire album is very addictive, and you'll find yourself barking along with the whole album soon enough.

If you enjoy heavy metal with blistering guitars and screeching vocals, this is the album for you. It's one of the best I've heard from current Christian and secular metal bands. I highly recommend it.

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Label: Sony
Artist: Disciple
Release Date: November 7, 2006

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