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2007's Holding A Wolf By The Ears is the fourth studio album from Long Island's From Autumn to Ashes. Many look at the band as one of the first to introduce a melodic voice into their music to offset the murderous screaming that brings the band's heaviness to the forefront. That ying-yang vocal style has since been copied by hundreds of bands around the world, none of whom can match FATA's song writing and catchy hooks. The album also brought about a change to the band's lineup. Original main vocalist Ben Perri left the band, bringing drummer Fran Mark out from behind the kit. Mark had always handled the vocals for the softer, more harmonious side of the songs, but here he got to showcase his incredible talent for screaming as well. Holding A Wolf By The Ears is heavier, darker, and more evil than any of the band's previous work.
2007's Holding A Wolf By The Ears is the fourth studio album from Long Island's From Autumn to Ashes. Many look at the band as one of the first to introduce a melodic voice into their music to offset the murderous screaming that brings the band's heaviness to the forefront. That ying-yang vocal style has since been copied by hundreds of bands around the world, none of whom can match FATA's song writing and catchy hooks. The album also brought about a change to the band's lineup. Original main vocalist Ben Perri left the band, bringing drummer Fran Mark out from behind the kit. Mark had always handled the vocals for the softer, more harmonious side of the songs, but here he got to showcase his incredible talent for screaming as well. Holding A Wolf By The Ears is heavier, darker, and more evil than any of the band's previous work.
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Holding A Wolf By The Ears
Artist: From Autumn To Ashes
Format: Vinyl
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2007's Holding A Wolf By The Ears is the fourth studio album from Long Island's From Autumn to Ashes. Many look at the band as one of the first to introduce a melodic voice into their music to offset the murderous screaming that brings the band's heaviness to the forefront. That ying-yang vocal style has since been copied by hundreds of bands around the world, none of whom can match FATA's song writing and catchy hooks. The album also brought about a change to the band's lineup. Original main vocalist Ben Perri left the band, bringing drummer Fran Mark out from behind the kit. Mark had always handled the vocals for the softer, more harmonious side of the songs, but here he got to showcase his incredible talent for screaming as well. Holding A Wolf By The Ears is heavier, darker, and more evil than any of the band's previous work.
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