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Fear Of God, The

SKU: 2358166

Recorded by: Showbread

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Tracks


1. I'm Lost(00:01:14)
2. Nothing Matters Anymore(00:04:12)
3. Lost Connection With The Head(00:03:12)
4. Regret Consumes Me(00:03:05)
5. Out Of My Mind(00:03:17)
6. Vehement(00:02:40)
7. The Great Emasculation(00:03:11)
8. Shepherd, No Sheep(00:04:07)
9. Let There Be Raw(00:03:17)
10. I Think I'm Going To See You(00:03:52)
11. Precursor(00:02:45)
12. The Fear Of God(00:06:20)
13. Until We Meet Again(00:04:51)

Product Overview

Street Date: 08/11/2009
“It is the purest form of Raw Rock” Showbread guitarist Mike Jensen says of their new album The Fear Of God being released on August 11th on Tooth & Nail Records. “It’s the best definition of Showbread”. Not being able to fit their style of high energy, danceable rock music conveniently into any genre, Showbread began describing themselves as “Raw Rock” early in their career. When the first dissonant chord of the opening track “I’m Lost” rings out, it’s easy to assume Jensen is telling the truth, this is pure Raw Rock. If Showbread had a “formula” The Fear Of God might be described as a return to it, but after years of genre bending rock and roll and outright refusal to adhere to any type of musical rule whatsoever, a Showbread formula is difficult to pin down. Reuniting for the third time with acclaimed producer Sylvia Massy Shivy (Prince, Tool, Johnny Cash) and engineer Rich Veltrop (Phantom Planet, Slayer), the creative energy on the record is at its best. With enough screaming punk rock energy to satisfy fans of Showbread’s earlier chaotically tinged music and enough addictive synthesizer laced rhythm and melody to reel in the casual listener, it just might be that all the Showbread components are working in perfect synergy. What an unusual and refreshing thing it is in the barren landscape of today’s rock music to hear something that gives off no aura of conformity. Josh Dies plainly states “Appealing to anything other than our vision has never been an issue for us as a band. This time more than ever, all our members are working in unison to make the best Showbread record ever.” The result? A blistering and visceral rock album. From the frenetically charged “Nothing Matters Anymore” to the album’s devastating title track, The Fear Of God is an energy and sound that only Showbread can convey. Raw Rock in its pure and only form, and sounding better than ever.

Product Details

Weight (lb) 0.2
Width (in) 5.5
Length (in) 5
Height (in) 0.4
Product Format Burn On Demand
Label Imprint (C) 2009 Tooth & Nail Records
Subject Category Rock
Number of Songs 13
Label EMI CMG Distribution
Playing Time 00:46:03

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