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REAL

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In the early stages of their career, the Word Alive felt like an anomaly with their mix of metalcore and EDM influences. As they've matured, they've managed to more elegantly blend their contrasting sounds, a change that makes their third album, Real, the band's most refined effort to date. A successor to the heavier sound the band laid down on their sophomore album, Life Cycles, the album finds the bandmembers getting better acquainted with the tools at their disposal and how to use them for maximum impact. There's less of an emphasis on harsh vocals, with the band using them sparingly on the triumphant "Lighthouse," where they whip up to a frenzy during the massive singalong chorus that ends the song. Synthesizers take on a subtle but crucial role on "To Struggle and Claw My Way," with rapid-fire stabs of minor-key notes sending a chill up the listener's spine to create an unsettling effect that acts as a balance to the song's soaring chorus. As more and more bands continue to experiment with the fusion of electronic music and metalcore, the Word Alive set themselves apart from the pack with a more nuanced view of how these two styles can complement one another, proving that things don't always need to be pushed to extremes to be interesting or exciting. Because of this, Real is a rare metalcore album with enough depth to demand repeat listening, which definitely won't disappoint the band's die-hard fans. ~ Gregory Heaney

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Play The Victim 00:04:19

Dan Korneff, Mixer - The Word Alive, Artist, MainArtist - Cameron Mizzel, Producer - The Word Alive & Eric Ron, Composer, Lyricist

2014 Fearless Records

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Never Forget 00:03:32

Dan Korneff, Mixer - The Word Alive, Artist, MainArtist - Cameron Mizzel, Producer - The Word Alive & Eric Ron, Composer, Lyricist

2014 Fearless Records

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Broken Circuit 00:03:54

Dan Korneff, Mixer - The Word Alive, Artist, MainArtist - Cameron Mizzel, Producer - The Word Alive & Eric Ron, Composer, Lyricist

2014 Fearless Records

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Light House 00:03:20

John Feldman, Producer - Dan Korneff, Mixer - The Word Alive, Artist, MainArtist - The Word Alive & John Feldman, Composer, Lyricist

2014 Fearless Records

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The Fortune Teller 00:03:53

Dan Korneff, Mixer - The Word Alive, Artist, MainArtist - Cameron Mizzel, Producer - The Word Alive & Eric Ron, Composer, Lyricist

2014 Fearless Records

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Glass Castle 00:03:50

Dan Korneff, Mixer - The Word Alive, Artist, MainArtist - Cameron Mizzel, Producer - The Word Alive & Eric Ron, Composer, Lyricist

2014 Fearless Records

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94th St. 00:03:46

Dan Korneff, Mixer - The Word Alive, Composer, Lyricist, Artist, MainArtist - Cameron Mizzel, Producer

2014 Fearless Records

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Your Mirage 00:03:59

Dan Korneff, Mixer - The Word Alive, Composer, Lyricist, Artist, MainArtist - Cameron Mizzel, Producer

2014 Fearless Records

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Terminal 00:04:02

Dan Korneff, Mixer - The Word Alive, Artist, MainArtist - Cameron Mizzel, Producer - The Word Alive & Eric Ron, Composer, Lyricist

2014 Fearless Records

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The Runaway 00:03:21

John Feldman, Producer - Dan Korneff, Mixer - The Word Alive, Artist, MainArtist - The Word Alive & John Feldman, Composer, Lyricist

2014 Fearless Records

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To Struggle And Claw My Way 00:03:07

Dan Korneff, Mixer - The Word Alive, Composer, Lyricist, Artist, MainArtist - Cameron Mizzel, Producer

2014 Fearless Records

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Collapsing 00:04:18

Dan Korneff, Mixer - The Word Alive, Composer, Lyricist, Artist, MainArtist - Cameron Mizzel, Producer

2014 Fearless Records

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Pull Us Out Of The Grave 00:02:47

Dan Korneff, Mixer - The Word Alive, Composer, Lyricist, Artist, MainArtist - Cameron Mizzel, Producer

2014 Fearless Records

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In the early stages of their career, the Word Alive felt like an anomaly with their mix of metalcore and EDM influences. As they've matured, they've managed to more elegantly blend their contrasting sounds, a change that makes their third album, Real, the band's most refined effort to date. A successor to the heavier sound the band laid down on their sophomore album, Life Cycles, the album finds the bandmembers getting better acquainted with the tools at their disposal and how to use them for maximum impact. There's less of an emphasis on harsh vocals, with the band using them sparingly on the triumphant "Lighthouse," where they whip up to a frenzy during the massive singalong chorus that ends the song. Synthesizers take on a subtle but crucial role on "To Struggle and Claw My Way," with rapid-fire stabs of minor-key notes sending a chill up the listener's spine to create an unsettling effect that acts as a balance to the song's soaring chorus. As more and more bands continue to experiment with the fusion of electronic music and metalcore, the Word Alive set themselves apart from the pack with a more nuanced view of how these two styles can complement one another, proving that things don't always need to be pushed to extremes to be interesting or exciting. Because of this, Real is a rare metalcore album with enough depth to demand repeat listening, which definitely won't disappoint the band's die-hard fans. ~ Gregory Heaney

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