Fuck U All | Retribution

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Retribution

by Fuck U All

A hardcore/metal blend with punishing breakdowns, vocal hooks, and metal grooves.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Metalcore
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1. Back to Reality
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2. Beats the Fuck out of Me
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3. Hardcore Drama
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4. Fuck off and Die
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5. Retribution
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Fuck U All is exactly what it says. Fed up with everything and everyone. Fuck U All is dedicated to playing whatever they want and not giving a shit about what the next guy thinks. Thier sound is described as metallic hardcore with pummelling breakdowns, metal grooves, blast beats, and vocal hooks.

\"Fuck U All will scorch the speakers with a blastbeat layered with Sinister/Hypocrisy style riffs, and then seamlessly shift into the kind of musical breakdowns specifically made to ensure that someone in the pit is going home with 3 less teeth than they came in with\"

F.U.A. was founded in 2002 as a baltimore based trio consisting of Bryan Yingling on Vocals, Jason Yingling on guitar, and Eric Little (singer of COVENANCE, bassist of SEVERED HEAD, former bassist of PESSIMIST) on drums. Later that year, they recorded and released thier first self titled album on thier own, independant lable, DIERIGHTNOW Records. The band toured the East Coast and sold out of the initial 1000 copies pressed of thier first release.
Shortly after, F.U.A. gained a full line-up and began working on material for thier second EP, entitled \"Retribution\" which was recorded in early 2005 by Drew Masurick (Next Step Up, Godhead). After a small ammount of regional touring, the band took a 2 year hietus for personal reasons.
Now, the founding members are back together, with the addition of Dan Howard on bass and backup vocals and they working on material for thier next release which is set to be recorded in September, 2008. Following that release, F.U.A. plans to do extensive touring of the U.S. and Canada.


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Jochen

The hardest that hardcore has to offer...
Let me start by saying that taking a friend's advice can be very beneficial. I was looking for something I described as bone-jarring, and a conversation with a friend, I picked up Fuck U All's "Retribution". GOOD DECISION. The immediate fury and brutality of the vocals, not to mention the technical drumming and seamless transitions within songs, make this a metal-infused hardcore force to be reckoned with. Periodically, lows so low I thought they would destroy my speakers add a beautiful effect that made the music sound that much heavier. In terms of the monotony that sometimes plagues hardcore music, these guys have nothing to worry about either. In my mind, the intensity that every song delivers even rivals that of the bands that defined the genre. That's why, as someone who has hosted a metal and punk radio show for four years, I can honestly say that Fuck U All is in a class of its own. The only thing that could even come close to being considered a downside is that the CD is over too soon (it's an EP after all). Still, that just creates more anticipation of a full length. Anyone who wants to check out the hardest that hardcore has to offer would make a big mistake not to give "Retribution" a listen.