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Second Chance at Misery

by Uboaf

Metal/Hardocore out of the ghetto of Paterson, New Jersey....
Genre: Metal/Punk: Metalcore
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1. Moment Of Grace UBOAF
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2. Scars Of Hate UBOAF
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3. Hypocracy UBOAF
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4. Anti UBOAF
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5. L.A.A.T.E UBOAF
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6. Wounded UBOAF
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7. Battered And Bruised UBOAF
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8. Through These Eyes UBOAF
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9. Fabricate The Disgrace UBOAF
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10. The Only Way UBOAF
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11. Arcane UBOAF
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12. Second Chance at Misery UBOAF
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
UBOAF is a six piece mix of Rock, Industrial, Hardcore, and Metal band out of Elmwood Park and Paterson, New Jersey. UBOAF stands for "Understood By Only A Few" which is taken from the definition of "Arcane". UBOAF is known for their intense and energetic live show, and perform as many shows as possible. UBOAF released their debut album entitled "Second Chance at Misery", with producer Adam Hornyak (One Lump Sum, Coretez), on August 28th, 2004. Since then UBOAF has gained a large following and even a sponsorship from the California-based Clothing line, Dirtbag Clothing (www.dirtbagclothing.com).


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Ashley G

"unique mix of rock, industrial, hardcore and metal..."
"...There here!" UBOAF has finally released their debut full-length EP "Second Chance At Misery." This six-piece metal band from Elmwood Park and Paterson, New Jersey are letting the world know what UBOAF is all about. Their unique mix of rock, industrial, hardcore and metal set them apart from a lot of underground act in the scene. Fast-paced, hard hitting, melodic and energetic is what you'll hear on "Second Chance At Misery." UBOAF is a band that isn't afraid to use them either.

Listening to "Second Chance At Misery" you hear a lot of raw emotion and struggle on this record. With songs like, "Scars of Hate," "Hyporcracy" and "Battered and Bruised," which seems to be about a relationship gone terribly wrong/an abusive relationship. It hard not to get drawn in by the vocals of Vic's voice. His vocals aren't about how low he can growl, but to make sure the listener hears his story with the words he's screaming/singing. Sal and Mush provide unique guitar riffs; Daveid brings heavy bass grooves; Dirty melodic keyboards and lastly Dboy lets you know that he may not be the frontman, but he will and can beat the shit out of your eardrums when he drums.

So let it be known that UBOAF is finally here and are ready to be 'understood by many.'

Recommended tracks: Second Chance At Misery, Battered and Bruised, Scars of Hate and Hyporcracy.

Reggie S

"they should stick to their career like it's chocolate on a stick..."
UBOAF has the ambition and the strength to get to where they want to go. They're style is more of the Hardcore/Metal Genre that will be a part of everyone pretty soon. The guitar riffs sound superb, Vocalist has the magical touch, drummer is tight, and I didn't really hear the bass player that much in any of the songs, he was pretty much hidden in all the tracks. The band is pretty good though for the style of music that they play. This genre of music is already over saturated with bands from New Jersey. Need a little variety or something different. UBOAF pulled it off. They added in a little something to their songs to make their style sound different from everybody else's. The c.d. that they sent me is good and they should stick to their career like it's chocolate on a stick. It's a shame that 60% of the bands in New Jersey that are good break up. UBOAF will keep it going for a long time now. So expect a lot of things from this band.