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Hymn of a Broken Man

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When reality becomes fragmented, confusing and splintered; when life as you know it falls apart; when existence itself becomes a burden, there is hope.Times Of Grace's debut album, "The Hymn of a Broken Man, explores the depths of human misery with artful desperation, muscul... Read More

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When reality becomes fragmented, confusing and splintered; when life as you know it falls apart; when existence itself becomes a burden, there is hope.

Times Of Grace's debut album, "The Hymn of a Broken Man, explores the depths of human misery with artful desperation, muscular dexterity, heavy aggression and gorgeous melody. The band's ainaugural presentation is as rich and diverse as life itself, holding fast to the promise of strength through adversity. Jessse Leach's powerful, emotive, soulful, spirt-filled delivery - instantly recognizable - has never been stronger, backed by Adam Dukteiwicz's trailblazing instrumentation.

Guitarist, dummer, producer, songwriter and backing vocalist Duktiewicz's reunion with his original Killswitch Engage vocalist surpasses even the weighties of aspirations for such a monumnental collaboration, delivering where most "reunions" or "projects" fail, with confidence.

  • Product type: Music
  • Format: CD/DVD
  • Release Date: Mar 1, 2011
  • UPC: 16861774059
  • Height: 0.19
  • Width: 5.64
  • Length: 5.02
  • Volumes/Discs: 1
  • CMTA Code: Not Available

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