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O God, The Aftermath

By Norma Jean (Artist)
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Track Names
1.  Murderotica
2.  Vertebraille
3.  Bayonetwork
4.  Dilemmachine
5.  Coffinspire
6.  Liarsenic
7.  Disconnecktie
8.  Absentimental
9.  Charactarantula
10.  Pretendeavor
11.  Scientifiction

Item Description...
1) Murderotica
2) Vertebraille
3) Bayonetwork
4) Dilemmachine
5) Coffinspire
6) Liarsenic
7) Disconnecktie
8) Absentimental
9) Charactarantula
10) Pretendeavor
11) Scientifiction

Item Specifications...

Record Label   Solid State
Format   Enhanced
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 5.14" Width: 5.64" Height: 0.4"
Weight:   0.25 lbs.
Binding  CD
Release Date   Mar 1, 2005
ISBN  0012328413  
EAN  0724387539204  
UPC  724387539204  

Availability  0 units.

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Reviews - What do our customers think?
Metalcore  Jan 2, 2007
sucks. If you like this album you are a poser. That means you think cradle of filth is black metal and slipknot is death metal. One guy I know that listens to norma jean, as i lay dying, and unearth, called me emo for listening to acid bath. How stupid can you be? You posers need to wise up and listen to real metal, such as Morbid Angel, Darkthrone, Amon Amarth, OLD Sepultura, and Dissection.
Lest you forgot what Botch sounded like...  Dec 30, 2006
When I first spun this CD in my car stereo the thing that immediately jumped into my mind is that this CD sounded more like Botch than anything I'd ever heard besides Botch. This isnt necessarily a bad thing though, I liked Botch a lot and this is a great CD nonetheless. O' God the Aftermath isnt as noisy as Norma Jean's past CD's and certainly nowhere near as noisy as Josh Scogins new band the Chariot, but still contains enough mathy riffs to satisfy any fan of your standard mathcore bands (Dillinger, Coalesce, Botch, ETID, etc) Overall definitely worth a listen.
hard and true  Sep 23, 2006
I myself am a christian and i have to say this is no regular christian band they are better than most christian bands and music. They dont push it down your throat which i like. I like non christian music to. Look at my cd collection(bleeding through.atreyu,the black dahlia murder). But i have to say i like the change from btmktc. I like btmktc but u cant base them of that cd anymore its not the same band. Cory can tear up the vocals just as much as josh can. I also do like that chariot but they are nothing compared to norma jean so if u like random heavy and good music than u should check these guys out they rock.
funny name for a band!  Aug 8, 2006
however, this band gets the point across. I don't know what they're saying, but it is apparent they are worshipping Jesus!
get this band if you're into a variety of styles of Christian metal/rock, such as Petra (r.i.p.), Bloodgood (r.i.p.), Stryper (welcome back), the Showdown, As I Lay Dying, Jacob's Dream, Zao, Kutless, Demon Hunter, Mortification, Narnia, Tourniquet, Extol, Underoath, and Hangnail, and you should get it if you're into the myriad of metalcore bands that are out now.
Botch Cover Band.  Jul 23, 2006
Most people who like Norma Jean tend to enjoy bad metalcore and post-hardcore. But people who enjoy(ed) Botch will probably also enjoy this album. Because Norma Jean just straight ripped off Botch. However, it's still an enjoyable album. You know what, you should all go buy a Botch album instead. We Are The Romans and An Anthology of Dead Ends are both really solid.

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