1. Nameless Faceless 2. Enemy 3. Wanderlust 4. All That Remains 5. The Test 6. It's A Lie 7. Daze Of The Week 8. The Way I Am 9. Lazarus 10. Born Of Anger
Through the years since their first album, Fozzy has grown as a band and as musicians and “All that Remains” is my favorite Fozzy album. “Fozzy” and “Happenstance” were both great albums, and I enjoy listening to them, but when I heard that “All that Remains” was due out, I was overjoyed and couldn’t wait to get my hands on it. The proof is in the album. With this album, the storyline is completely gone and they are Fozzy: These guys are Huge Rockstars! “ATR” is Fozzy’s third album and I believe this is their strongest to date. Chris Jericho does have a great voice and the songs fit him well. The music has influences from rock and modern metal which makes it more aggressive than before. The music on “ATR” is outstanding, with the members of the band along with special guests Bone Crusher, Zakk Wylde, Myles Kennedy, Mark Tremonti just to name a few create the right atmosphere for this album. “ATR” is more than an average metal album. It introduces us to the Fozzy that we were all hoping would come out with heavy guitars and some killer vocals by our man Chris Jericho. Rich Ward provides you with in your face guitar that accentuates the vocals. The hooks that are in these songs are unforgettable, you can’t not hear them. Jericho layers the harmony creating the unmistakable vocals hooks. Frank Fontsere’s work on the drums is not to go unnoticed. Without his drum skills this would possibly be a lost album. It has every aspect of metal you could as for. The songwriting on this album is second to none. I have heard great metal before; this goes on my list of great metal that people are missing. This album isn’t a disappointment. It is strong, definitely a group effort, and one that sticks with you.
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