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Scars Of Tomorrow - The Horror Of Realization
Before I even listened to this album, I already had a good feeling about this band. Reading the following made me even more curious: “The horror of realization is basically realizing what surrounds you. A lot of times people don‘t want to believe what‘s there and want to forget about it, but the reality of the world can‘t be avoided.” Very to the point! Hopefully the album is as promising as these words by vocalist Mike Milford.
 
To be honest, this album is a little bit disappointing to me. Ok, Scars Of Tomorrow plays some very decent metalcore, but that’s basically it. I can’t really say that this album brings something new to the genre. It’s just the basic metalcore one will think of when reading the term ‘metalcore’. I’ve tried very hard to find something really special on this album, but for me, it just isn’t there. Except from the fact that there are quite many interludes on this album. Unfortunately they aren’t that catchy to me either. Actually, they only make this album more boring; I just wanna hear heavy guitars, kick ass drums and a guy that screams his lungs out!
 
Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying Scars Of Tomorrow is a band without talent and potential. But there’s a lot of work left for these guys to get it to the top (if that’s what they really want of course). This album won’t bring you anything new considering metalcore. Though, a true, dedicated metalcore fan will surely like this album!
 
Oh, and it might be something that will convince some people out there to check this album out: the fifth track, ‘The Hidden Grudge’, features guest vocals from Alex Varkatzas, of Atreyu fame.
Scars Of Tomorrow - The Horror Of Realization
65/1001Details Victory Records
Released on Tuesday Oct 18th, 2005
Metalcore

Writer @Boek on Wednesday Nov 9th, 2005

Tags: #Scars Of Tomorrow
Tracklisting 1. The Constant Horror Of Reality (3:59)
2. The False Love In Lust (3:34)
3. Murderers And Madmen (2:55)
4. Ssnova (2:46)
5. The Hidden Grudge (3:26)
6. The Marks Of Time (3:43)
7. The Unknown (2:53)
8. 4smith (2:20)
9. The Autumns Bleeding (4:17)
10. The Struggle (3:28)
11. Onthe15 (3:06)
Line up Mike Milford - Vocals
Robert Bradley - Bass
Carlos Garcia - Guitar
David Rodriguez - Guitar
Chris Warner - Drums