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After Thomas Erak's band Tribune broke up near the end of high school, he and Mike Munro formed The Thirty Years War with Tim Ward and Andrew Forsman.

Under this name, they self-recorded and -released two EPs in 2002 - Martyrs Among the Casualties and Live at the Paradox. However, as they were going to begin recording again, Mike (who is older than the others in the band) left the band due to work commitments.…

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  • u guys are trippin, its basically the same band on the st
  • Martyrs Among the Casualties is really good, too bad the production wasn't better. The mix is awful, especially the drums.
  • For me it sounds even better than TFOT.
  • here's 'chrysanthemum' from an early demo of theirs. music's cool, vocals need work. anyways: http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?770duao6tgcwtvo
  • I don't know why, but I have a feeling I would've like their sound more (TFOT) if they had more stuff like they do in TTYW
  • I love this sound, the band wasn't nearly as tight as fall of troy is, but thats kinda what makes it great.
  • Raise our swords to Isengard!!!
  • I found a 160kbps version of Martyrs Among The Casualties on the internet. Here you go. http://www.mediafire.com/?5ysw7ahab8eixle Sounds so much better then that shitty 96kbps version that's everywhere on the internet. If it's ever down just send me a message or comment.
  • They are better than the lp the unlikely event.
  • Great band it is to sad that they could not ceep the spirit from these days alive.... they took to much drugs.

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