As Your Voice Fades - Emery - The Weaks End (CD, Album)

About As Your Voice Fades lyrics. Album The Weak's End Toby Morrell. Matt Carter. Melodically, the song is nearly identical to its I'm Only A Man counterpart, and doesn't really deviate too much until the bridge. The tone changes significantly when "Studying Politics" comes in.

The opening verse is a bit darker than the original, with haunting synths and an almost sinister approach from Toby Morrell. The song picks up and arguably gets a little heavier than the original, but that might also just be the darker nature of this rewrite.

On the opposite side of the spectrum, "As Your Voice Fades" is taken down a considerable number of notches. Where the original relied on a mixture of harsh screams, synth, and powerful electric guitar riffs, the reimagined version takes a mostly acoustic approach. And basically he's asking God to heal him and help him feel better until he dies and is reunited with that person.

He's mourning. General Comment I know it's been a while since anyone commented on this, but I'd like to throw in something to a lot of people. Emery is NOT a Christian band.

They are all Christians, yes, and while some of their songs may be based upon Christianity, it does not mean that it's all of them, it does not mean that it's any of them, nor does it mean that none of them are. Thy have stated that they don't want to be labeled as a Christian band, like has been stated before, and that their music is for us to interpret, more or less. So technically, everyone's right. Even in their newest CD it's been said that while it's possibly their most spiritual CD yet, the lyrics in it are also about their own religion, their doubts, their troubles, and so forth.

So before jumping into a giant fucking crusade, just start respecting what everybody thinks. This is coming from someone who doesn't believe in God, Satan, or even Science. Nihilistic here. On November 9, Emery released their seventh album: Eve.

While the band avoid the stigma of being labeled a "Christian band", the members are all Christian, exploring a wide variety of lyrical themes in their music. Toby Morrell, Matt Carter and their friend, pastor and former Emery bassist Joey Svendsen used to run a blog called Un-learning , where they wrote about moral and religious issues. The intent was usually to hold open discussions about sensitive topics, while getting a variety of different viewpoints Christian, atheist, etc.

In Un-learning was rebooted as BadChristian. In addition to being a blog , BadChristian also serves as a podcast where the three discuss with guests such as Underoath , Norma Jean , Thrice etc. Current members [69]. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.

This article relies too much on references to primary sources. Please improve this by adding secondary or tertiary sources. December Learn how and when to remove this template message. Post-hardcore [1] melodic hardcore [2] emo [1] [3] hard rock [4] alternative rock [5]. Main article: Emery discography. Current members [69] Toby Morrell — lead vocals —present , bass —present, in studio , guitar , —present Devin Shelton — vocals , —, —present , bass , —, —present , guitar , drums Josh Head — unclean vocals, keyboards, synthesizer, backing vocals —present Matt Carter — guitar, backing vocals —present Dave Powell — drums, percussion —present Current touring musicians Chris Keene — guitar, bass guitar —present Former members Joey Svendsen — bass Joel "Chopper" Green — bass — Seth Studley — drums, percussion — Former touring musicians Andy Nichols — bass, backing vocals —, , drums Matt MacDonald — bass, backing vocals Jeremy Spring — bass, backing vocals Dane Andersen — drums, percussion Andrew Nyte — drums, percussion Retrieved October 29, Those who think of Thursday or Spirit That Guides Us as wavering too much toward sonic experimentation -- at the expense of songs -- might like Emery 's more subtle approach.

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Aug 21,  · Emery's debut full length album, The Weak's End, was released on January 27, TRACKLIST. Walls; The Ponytail Parades; Disguising Mistakes With Goodbyes; By All Accounts (Today Was A Disaster) Fractions; The Note From Which A Chord Is Built; Bloodless; Under Serious Attack; As Your Voice Fades; The Secret; Released in partnership with Tooth.

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  1. Emery are an up and coming band from America. Whilst this album is slightly harder than most pop/rock songs and is slightly softer than hardcore rock there is something for everyone to enjoy. Emery blend in harmonics perfectly like in "Walls" and the end result is amazing/5(80).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Weak's End on Discogs/5(28).
  3. Sep 09,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Emery - The Weak's End at Discogs. Complete your Emery collection/5(69).
  4. The brightness left your eyes As I held your face Don't tell me it's the right time And your last words will sustain me Until my end until I see you again (the female whisper) Tears of change Onto my hands My face I am left wanting Why is this happening Why have you been taken away I'm tired I just wanna go home Your words (your life) evade.
  5. Emery moved to Seattle, Washington in order to reach a more music centered scene. The band resists being labeled a "Christian band". Before signing with Tooth & Nail, Emery recorded 2 EP's, The Columbus EEP Thee and The Weak's End demo that they used to attract attention from labels. With Tooth & Nail, they have recorded 4 studio albums, and 2 EPs.
  6. Emery defines an extreme separation between their screaming and singing sides on Weak's End, their debut for Tooth & "Walls," and the similarly-arranged "Ponytail Parades" do occasionally burst forth with hardcore-inspired screeching. But the louder, crazier moments are tightly regimented from the tracks' normal baroque and dreamy flow.
  7. The Weak's End is the debut studio album by American post-hardcore band Emery. The original release was released on January 15, , with the re-issued version released on January 27,
  8. Download Emery – The Weak’s End () 01 – Walls 02 – The Ponytail Parades 03 – Disguising Mistakes With Goodbyes 04 – By All Accounts (Today Was A Disaster) 05 – Fractions 06 – The Note From Which A Chord Is Built 07 – Bloodless 08 – Under Serious Attack 09 – As Your Voice Fades .

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