The Respect Issue Tracklist.
The Respect Issue . 2008. There's no more love, trust, respect, or loyalty. Product of my surroundings. 2. Sound Wave Superior. I draw my line in the sand Choose your side If this is becoming a man Then I am God-like Bow down to me I'm here to break the cipher I never wanted. it to come to this But if your not with me Then you can GET OUT. All of your suffering is proof of my righteousness I wish those Guido's fucking killed you It feels so good to watch you fail What the fuck did you think?
The Respect Issue is the second album by American metalcore band Emmure. Angle also wore an Emmure shirt during broadcasts of TNA Impact! in promotion of the album. This is also the last studio release to feature founding members Ben and Joe Lionetti, who left the band in May 2009.
Emmure : The Respect Issue. Deathcore, USA (2008 - Victory Records) Learn more. I draw my line in the sand. If this is becoming a man then I am god like bow down to me. I'm here to break the cipher. I never wanted for it to come to this, but if you're not with me then you can get out, and all your suffering is proof of my righteousness. I wish though Guidos fucking killed you! It feels so good to watch you fail. What the fuck did you think? Did you think we could be friends? Karma has come to collect
Never in my life have I come across a band that was so content with mediocrity as Emmure. You would think that after the release of their third album, there would be a noticeable difference in the sounds the band produces, but alas, that is not the case. Emmure has released three whole albums full of the exact same rehashed ideas and stale breakdowns, and not only has the band displayed a glorious absence of progression, it even seems like they may have regressed in some cases
Album · 2007 · 10 Songs. See All. Goodbye To the Gallows.
After the more varied sound of their 2007 debut, Goodbye to the Gallows, the second album by Connecticut metalcore outfit Emmure sounds disappointingly one-dimensional. Singer Frank Palmeri still shifts back and forth between a standard-issue death growl and a more melodic clean vocal style, but these ten songs tend to stick to the same template of stuttering unison riffs and blastbeats, so much so that there are times when it's hard to tell when one song ends and the next begins