Trauma Concept | The End Of Denial

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The End Of Denial

by Trauma Concept

Straight ahead brutal metal. . ALSO AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD ON ITUNES.COM
Genre: Metal/Punk: Metalcore
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1. Militaristic
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3:27 $0.99
2. The Unconscious
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3:32 $0.99
3. Today Not Someday
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3:37 $0.99
4. Without Warning
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3:01 $0.99
5. In The Order
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5:53 $0.99
6. Nothing Left
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3:58 $0.99
7. Blindfolded
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4:42 $0.99
8. New
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4:20 $0.99
9. Nine Years
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3:41 $0.99
10. Half-Life
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3:03 $0.99
11. Assembly
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12. S.M.D.S. (Bonus track)
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Album Notes
Trauma Concept - BAND BIOGRAPHY

==== Formed in April 2001, Trauma Concept became known for their "enormously heavy" sound, and their high intensity shows. With members from Texas, New York, and Massachusetts, they fused their influences into an original, focused, attack. The result is a double-bass assault, searing vocals, riffs that go from blistering, to brutal breakdowns, and an evil, damaging rumble from the bass. Thus, creating a sound that Boston SoundCheck Magazine describes as "..potent, throbbing, enormously heavy music".

Since their debut release, "The End of Denial"(2002) [recorded by Adam D. of KillSwitch Engage (Roadrunner Records artists)], the band has been a non-stop powerhouse, gaining a nationwide fanbase. With performances at large festivals such as GWAR-B-Que (w/Lamb Of God), Milwaukee MetalFest (w/Exodus, Arch Enemy, Nile), & Locobazooka (w/Black Label Society, Hatebreed, Disturbed), they've proven their ability to "own" crowds of any size. Combine this with constant touring, and that they had only been around for a year when these accomplishments were made, and you'll see that Trauma Concept is unarguably one of the hardest working bands out there. Surely one to keep your eyes and ears on! With the addition of being on MTV, and in Rolling Stone Magazine, the response is overwhelming, and brings worldwide requests for them to pass through new areas. One thing is for sure - They will continue to play more shows in a broader area for an increasingly larger audience. Overall, Trauma Concept will prove to you that metal is here, its been improved, and theres no stopping it.


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This is a Bad ass cd, if your a meatl head you would love this cd.


kick ass
this cd just blew me out of the fucking water i would love to see this band live. if you havent listened to it try it out you will be blown away.


blew me away
this cd blew me away i excpected to be diapoionted but i ended up being far from it. it just amazed me and now i want to see them live listen to them you will be suprise.


THAT IS CRAZY!!! god damn, i need to see these guys live its a must. perfectly original, perfectly produced, just fucking insane. i wish there were more bands like this out there, but sadly there arnt many.


Kick ASS Metal
This disc rocks from start to finish with no bullshit in between. Brutal, hard-ass metal that's a nonstop assault on the eardrums.


heavyest than DeAtH!!
This is just a true metal band!!!!!!! buy the cd cabroness!!!!

Amanda Britt

excellent for a first album
i think cd is great been to a couple of shows. Jesse and band mates big congrats!


Awesome and evil.
This is what metal is supposed to sound like. No bullsh*t, all violence.

Caleb Devolve

Where do I sign!?! (Review of Trauma Concept's "Nine Years").
Where do I sign?!!
I LOVE IT!! This is completly my style. Everything about this song is great. Extra credit on the vocals!! Drums are very tight. I can't say enough about you guys. Where do I send my money for a disc? (Serious about the disc)
Reviewed by: caleb_devolve from Orlando, Fl.


HELL YEAH! (Review of Trauma Concept's "Without Warning").
This track is one of the best I've heard up here. Everything is nicely put together. Nice sound. Kinda got a Napalm Death and Fear Factory sound. Makes me just want to Break something. Very cool guys.
Reviewed by: CAH_000 from Windsor, NC.
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