Reviews Band: Converge

Band: Converge

8 reviews found

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Converge - You Fail Me album cover

Converge

You Fail Me, 2004

2.8 / 10
Multiple Authors

Dear Converge, After giving You Fail Me a listen, the only thing I can even begin to contemplate is: "What the fuck happened here?" I'm truly sorry to say that ...

Converge - You Fail Me album cover

Converge

You Fail Me, 2004

8.8 / 10
Multiple Authors

"Is You Fail Me better than Jane Doe?" Don't lie, that's what you're wondering and hoping this review will answer. So I'll do you a favor and answer your question ...

Converge - No Heroes album cover

Converge

No Heroes, 2006

9.2 / 10
Multiple Authors

In its recent history, Converge is responsible for two of the most unique and cathartic albums in the history of extreme music, Jane Doe and You Fail Me. Of course, ...

Converge - No Heroes album cover

Converge

No Heroes, 2006

9.4 / 10
Multiple Authors

After rock and roll's pop ascension in the postwar era, the recording industry adopted the practice of "front-loading" albums, situating the strongest songs at the beginning. This serves several purposes: ...

Converge - Axe to Fall album cover

Converge

Axe to Fall, 2009

9.5 / 10

As they approach twenty years as a band, taking a look back at what Converge has accomplished throughout their career span would be a fairly daunting task. In an effort ...

Converge - All We Love We Leave Behind album cover

Converge

All We Love We Leave Behind, 2012

7.0 / 10

This is not a review but more a lament, and I am not sure exactly who or what this lament is meant because there is a definite sense of utter ...

Converge - The Dusk In Us album cover

Converge

The Dusk In Us, 2017

8.3 / 10

Out of all the bands painted with the seemingly ubiquitous metalcore tag, Converge seem both the most likely to accept the term graciously and rip your throat out for the ...

Converge - Beautiful Ruin album cover

Converge

Beautiful Ruin, 2018

8.0 / 10

Converge—Nietzsche’s pissed off nephew, Rilke’s furious friend—achieves a glimmering consummation in a mishmash of fourness (which, in numerology, symbolizes spiritual wholeness). They went from thrash titans to sonic gods; now ...

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