03. ...And We All Have a Hell
05. World War Me
06. Shame Shame
07. The Crows Are Coming For Us
09. Goodbye Waves
10. Waltz Moore
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12/16/2007Heroine EPK (Part 2)
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From First To Last
First impressions can often be misleading. Like the sound of a word with two opposing meanings, From First To Last has created HEROINE, an album of contrasts that initially may shock and amaze but will ultimately elevate and inspire.
Recording in isolation in the shadow of Mt. Shasta with producer Ross Robinson, From First to Last embarked on an almost mystical mission to create a sound so honest, so urgent, so undeniably pure of intention that there could never be any doubt that it was their own.
The result, mixed by Andy Wallace, is HEROINE, a mind-numbing, spine-cracking, jaggedly beautiful foray into hitherto unexplored musical territory.
You’ll hear for yourself on March 21st.
From First To Last
ross robinson, ryan boesch, brett gurewitz and the epitaph family, wes borland, tim smith, sylvia massey-shivey and the radio star crew including Dave and Colley, oak dog, tim borror and everyone at the agency group, scott bradford, scott adair, sean ballhorn and london & co., alan s. gutman, sean e., dr. demitor and dr. brightman, matt young and rich hall, myspace.com/rickyterror, matt woods, stuart karmatz, jon larsen, all the parents, john daley, larry mazer, kevin lyman, pax franchot and robert black, peter Chalcraft, sommer ata, lauren steil, Adele Devuyst, rusty clark as the white devil, craig beasley, alicia simmons, ryan Jackson, jono, connor regan, matt Johnson, sean Friday, dead reckless, he is legend, mikey and my chem, jake and norma jean, atreyu, fall out boy, black light burns, jonathan from Albany, Cassandra sanford
orange, dean markley, dw drums, Gibson, esp
Matt Good: Guitar and Vocals
Travis Richter: Guitar and Vocals
Sonny Moore: Vocals
Derek Bloom: Drums
Produced by: ross robinson
Engineered by: ryan boesch
Mixed by: andy Wallace
Mastered by: Bernie Grundman
Bass on album performed by wes Borland
All programming by Matt Good except “The Levy” programmed by Atticus Ross
Addional operatic vocals on “mothersound” by jaqueline marie
Additional backing vocals on “mothersound” and “” by Brett Gurewitz
Recorded at Radio Star Studios in Weed, CA and Ross Robinson’s bedroom in Venice, CA
Worldwide Management: Tim Smith (hTIMs) of Entertainment Services Unlimited
Legal Representation: Scott Bradford of Baker & Hostetler LLP
Business Management: Scott Adair of London & Company
Design by: Nick Pitchard www.metrosea.com
Band Photography by: Lauren Steil
All music by From First To Last © 2005 Hope For The Worst (ASCAP) and Notting Dale Songs Inc (ASCAP)
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US Rel. Date: 03/21/2006
EU Rel. Date: 03/20/2006
All Music Guide
The veteran presence clearly aids the evolution of this young band; singer Sonny Moore joined the band in 2002 at age 15 while they were recording their debut, Dear Diary, My Teen Angst Has a Body Count, which sold over 100,000 copies and prompted three Warped Tour stints. But Heroine is a more serious affair, from the title all the way through. The slick first single, "The Levy," has a bit of Korn's guitar drenched swagger, and punchy verses that lend themselves equally to the dancefloor and the circle pit.
Average Fan Rating: 4.51
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