As I Lay Dying and Bill Stevenson

By Brandon J. on April-16-2012 | Filed under Masters Thesis Reserach Social Work.

As I Lay Dying and Bill Stevenson

As I Lay Dying How To Write An Essay For Scholarship. for such acts as Rise Against, Nofx, No Use for a Name, Anti Flag, Casualties, Useless ID, The Bouncing Souls, Hot Water Music, The Swellers, and more. It’ll be interesting to see what “sound” this new AILD release has. I enjoy pretty much all the stuff that comes out of Blasting Room Studios.

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26 Responses to 'As I Lay Dying and Bill Stevenson'

  1. Writing Dissertation Conclusions And Recommendations. says:

    This has me intrigued. I love the sound quality of most stuff coming from that studio/producer so I am hoping this will be an excellent release.

  2. Logan Flaming says:

    I don’t come from much of a old-school punk background so this is the first time I’ve heard of him. Judging from the list of bands he produced I think he’s a pretty cool choice to produce a metal record. I’m interested to hear what this will sound like…

  3. This could be very unique and good I think.

  4. Kevin Fitz says:

    This should prove interesting :)

  5. Creasy Bear says:

    skeptical @ best for now…hope it’s not punk

  6. Stevo says:

    Creasy Bear, I’m with you on this one. I wasn’t a fan of the last 2 albums though. The Powerless Rise was a little underwhelming and let me down. Also, I HATE cover songs, so Decas was a bigger let down, and the newer songs they did just sounded like songs off The Powerless Rise. Nothing new (to me). I’ve listened to prolly 90% of all their songs, and The Powerless Rise prolly comes in 2nd to lowest for me…

  7. Stevo says:

    Please tell me what you’d like to hear in this new album.

  8. Chris says:

    As I Lay Dying has always had powerful, pummeling songs but there were too many desperate, whiny songs for me to buy the albums.

    If this is a rawer, but still aggressive and fast-paced album, I may enjoy it.

    Stevenson also produced Comeback Kid (yuck) and Side Walk Slam.

  9. Taylor C. says:

    I don’t care if they make a jazz album. The last thing I want is another release in the vein of Ocean and Powerless.

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