Eden Fire

Label
Pivotal Rockordings L.L.C.
Release date
24 Aug 2005
Running length
10 tracks
Running time
42:48

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Tracklist

    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Jailbreak 4:11 100,055
2 Enhance my Nightmare 5:08 68,257
3 History Repeats Itself 3:51 60,322
4 Zion Must Fall 4:30 55,723
5 Misanthropic Coil 3:52 59,972
6 Lament of Innocence 3:42 59,396
7 Prelude to Extinction 3:59 52,257
8 Soulstone Splinter 4:17 52,649
9 Crowned in Despair 4:32 31,170
10 Where the Black Lotus Grows 4:46 45,308

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This is the debut album of Sonic Syndicate. The only album of the band that falls into the genre.

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  • ExtremeSuicide

    lol guize that guy wrote a long comment, let's agree to look smart

    2 May 12:58am Reply
  • Dario97

    It's pretty remarkable how a band with so much potential can decide to sell their soul and follow whatever the scene kids are craving. Sonic Syndicate had the potential to become one of the best melodic death metal acts of the last decade, but instead they started to rapidly decline shortly after Eden Fire... sadly enough, I'm sure they garnered a much larger fanbase for doing so than if they had kept their old sound. Artistic integrity is hard to come by these days. That being said, Eden Fire is fucking fantastic, and shows that melodic death metal CAN still be great in the 21st century... if only bands would stop changing from melodeath to 'core/alternative rock/emo/whatever. [12]

    1 Aug 2013 Reply
  • Love_on_Fire

    It's pretty remarkable how a band with so much potential can decide to sell their soul and follow whatever the scene kids are craving. Sonic Syndicate had the potential to become one of the best melodic death metal acts of the last decade, but instead they started to rapidly decline shortly after Eden Fire... sadly enough, I'm sure they garnered a much larger fanbase for doing so than if they had kept their old sound. Artistic integrity is hard to come by these days. That being said, Eden Fire is fucking fantastic, and shows that melodic death metal CAN still be great in the 21st century... if only bands would stop changing from melodeath to 'core/alternative rock/emo/whatever. [11]

    12 Jul 2013 Reply
  • PureAgony

    their only good album

    9 Jul 2013 Reply
  • replica1992

    their only good album

    28 Mar 2013 Reply
  • GOREMAGEDDON_89

    The One & Only

    10 Mar 2013 Reply
  • Beojiko

    lol guize that guy wrote a long comment, let's agree to look smart

    24 Oct 2012 Reply
  • Metallimaster

    Great album

    2 Feb 2012 Reply
  • AeeooN

    It's pretty remarkable how a band with so much potential can decide to sell their soul and follow whatever the scene kids are craving. Sonic Syndicate had the potential to become one of the best melodic death metal acts of the last decade, but instead they started to rapidly decline shortly after Eden Fire... sadly enough, I'm sure they garnered a much larger fanbase for doing so than if they had kept their old sound. Artistic integrity is hard to come by these days. That being said, Eden Fire is fucking fantastic, and shows that melodic death metal CAN still be great in the 21st century... if only bands would stop changing from melodeath to 'core/alternative rock/emo/whatever. [10]

    8 Dec 2011 Reply
  • WolfieboyMachi

    This is definetly one of the best MDM albums out there.

    3 Nov 2011 Reply
  • Shifuede

    What they said...though I liked both LaOD and OI. With the departure of Roland and Richard, I have no interest in the so-called band now. I'm a fan of The Unguided!!!

    7 Sep 2011 Reply
  • WolfieboyMachi

    Okay, I think that's enough. We get the message now. :P

    23 Aug 2011 Reply
  • MikkiLawless

    It's pretty remarkable how a band with so much potential can decide to sell their soul and follow whatever the scene kids are craving. Sonic Syndicate had the potential to become one of the best melodic death metal acts of the last decade, but instead they started to rapidly decline shortly after Eden Fire... sadly enough, I'm sure they garnered a much larger fanbase for doing so than if they had kept their old sound. Artistic integrity is hard to come by these days. That being said, Eden Fire is fucking fantastic, and shows that melodic death metal CAN still be great in the 21st century... if only bands would stop changing from melodeath to 'core/alternative rock/emo/whatever.[9]

    27 Jun 2011 Reply
  • Fox_Genetrix

    It's pretty remarkable how a band with so much potential can decide to sell their soul and follow whatever the scene kids are craving. Sonic Syndicate had the potential to become one of the best melodic death metal acts of the last decade, but instead they started to rapidly decline shortly after Eden Fire... sadly enough, I'm sure they garnered a much larger fanbase for doing so than if they had kept their old sound. Artistic integrity is hard to come by these days. That being said, Eden Fire is fucking fantastic, and shows that melodic death metal CAN still be great in the 21st century... if only bands would stop changing from melodeath to 'core/alternative rock/emo/whatever.[8]

    15 Jun 2011 Reply
  • ante979

    It's pretty remarkable how a band with so much potential can decide to sell their soul and follow whatever the scene kids are craving. Sonic Syndicate had the potential to become one of the best melodic death metal acts of the last decade, but instead they started to rapidly decline shortly after Eden Fire... sadly enough, I'm sure they garnered a much larger fanbase for doing so than if they had kept their old sound. Artistic integrity is hard to come by these days. That being said, Eden Fire is fucking fantastic, and shows that melodic death metal CAN still be great in the 21st century... if only bands would stop changing from melodeath to 'core/alternative rock/emo/whatever. [7]

    9 Jun 2011 Reply
  • hammerstrikebg

    It's pretty remarkable how a band with so much potential can decide to sell their soul and follow whatever the scene kids are craving. Sonic Syndicate had the potential to become one of the best melodic death metal acts of the last decade, but instead they started to rapidly decline shortly after Eden Fire... sadly enough, I'm sure they garnered a much larger fanbase for doing so than if they had kept their old sound. Artistic integrity is hard to come by these days. That being said, Eden Fire is fucking fantastic, and shows that melodic death metal CAN still be great in the 21st century... if only bands would stop changing from melodeath to 'core/alternative rock/emo/whatever. [6]

    28 May 2011 Reply
  • Laiho1923

    It's pretty remarkable how a band with so much potential can decide to sell their soul and follow whatever the scene kids are craving. Sonic Syndicate had the potential to become one of the best melodic death metal acts of the last decade, but instead they started to rapidly decline shortly after Eden Fire... sadly enough, I'm sure they garnered a much larger fanbase for doing so than if they had kept their old sound. Artistic integrity is hard to come by these days. That being said, Eden Fire is fucking fantastic, and shows that melodic death metal CAN still be great in the 21st century... if only bands would stop changing from melodeath to 'core/alternative rock/emo/whatever. [5]

    4 May 2011 Reply
  • chamoli

    It's pretty remarkable how a band with so much potential can decide to sell their soul and follow whatever the scene kids are craving. Sonic Syndicate had the potential to become one of the best melodic death metal acts of the last decade, but instead they started to rapidly decline shortly after Eden Fire... sadly enough, I'm sure they garnered a much larger fanbase for doing so than if they had kept their old sound. Artistic integrity is hard to come by these days. That being said, Eden Fire is fucking fantastic, and shows that melodic death metal CAN still be great in the 21st century... if only bands would stop changing from melodeath to 'core/alternative rock/emo/whatever. [4]

    8 Apr 2011 Reply
  • endtell

    It's pretty remarkable how a band with so much potential can decide to sell their soul and follow whatever the scene kids are craving. Sonic Syndicate had the potential to become one of the best melodic death metal acts of the last decade, but instead they started to rapidly decline shortly after Eden Fire... sadly enough, I'm sure they garnered a much larger fanbase for doing so than if they had kept their old sound. Artistic integrity is hard to come by these days. That being said, Eden Fire is fucking fantastic, and shows that melodic death metal CAN still be great in the 21st century... if only bands would stop changing from melodeath to 'core/alternative rock/emo/whatever. [3]

    27 Feb 2011 Reply
  • bruno_avilar

    this album is growing on me ;1

    9 Feb 2011 Reply
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