A great band with a truely unique sound. One of the best being "Untitled Finale" from their CD DEATHGRIP ON YESTERDAY.
Untitled Finale from Atreyu
You put a bullet in my head,
turn black thoughts to red,
this could all end in tragedy,
I dream of your death,
lay you down to rest,
i wont look back in fond memory
but time marches on, like a solider,
are you a killer? I-I think I know what you are,
a thief in the night, and though its taken me so very long,
to figure you out, youre throwing stones,
your glass castle is falling down, on top of your good times
im not interested in working this out.
Atreyu is not just hardcore. They have a unique sound with some hardcore.. some emoish shit... some metal, even. There is no band that sounds like them.
Raise up your head, unclasp your hands.
Your weakness makes me tremble.
True strength comes from within,
and we were given this life to live,
not exist under standards, set by some bullshit rule book.
What prayers of yours, were ever answered, by degrading others?
Spare me your biblical back peddling nonsense.
For the people that you've hurt, and the being you dishonor,
your fall from grace will finally justify my means.
Judge me and now you are me, and what's worse...
you are now a traitor to your God.
Tell me Judas, how does it feel to be looked down upon?
Sinners like you, should be strung up from the highest tree.
You judged me, and now you are me.
Stop Playing God.
-At Least I Know I'm A Sinner
A fucking awsome band.
Atreyu fucking rocks. Rock the fuck on.(
Very talented band from Orange County, California. The combination of Alex Varkatzas's screaming and drummer Brandon Saller's melodic singing creates a perfect balance. The lyrics to most songs are influenced by Alex's dark, gloomy mindset.
You should add the albums 'Suicide Notes and Butterfly Kisses' and 'The Curse' to your cd collection if you haven't already done so.
a melodic melodic-metalcore band from Orange County.
guy #1 "hey man did you go to that atreyu show?"
guy #2 "yeah, i got kicked in the face."
A rather successful hard-rock band from Orange County, CA that has been around since 1999. They've released two EP's and three full-lengths, the most recent being "A Deathgrip On Yesterday."
The band (at the time consisting only of Alex Varkatzas, Dan Jacobs, and Brandon Saller) first put out the "Visions" EP in 1999. It earned them some success in the O.C. metalcore scene, and they played shows heavily to support it. Next they put out the "Fractures in the Facade of your Porcelain Beauty" EP, on an indie label called Tribunal Records. Around this time, Alex met Travis Miguel while working at Hot Topic, which they both quit to play in the band. Alex quit playing bass to be able to move around more at shows, and Chris Thomson was eventually picked up as the replacement bass player. The band was soon discovered by and signed to Victory, for whom they released their first full-length in 2002, "Suicide Notes & Butterfly Kisses." The album produced two popular singles - "Ain't Love Grand" and "Lip Gloss and Black." The album was accepted by a wide variety of hard-rock music fans and according to critics, the album brought "new definition to over-night success." The popularity of the album earned them a spot on the second stage at the 2004 Ozzfest. Around this time, Chris left the band to start a family.
In June 2004, the band picked up Marc McKnight (ex-Nightfall) and released it's second Victory Records full-length - "The Curse." Compared with previous releases, the band...
Some weird named character from the movie "The Neverending Story". He is a warrior who has to save a kingdom from this force called "the Nothing", which is exactly that. Nothing. It ultimately destroys said kingdom, making everything and everyone float thru space...
Atreyu loses his horse in the "Swamp of Sadness. The horse don't even make an attempt to get out. Next 5 minutes of his movie is about Atreyu telling the horse to get out. Not like he could hear that kid anyway.
A great metal band! Their c.d. the curse is one of the best in my collection.
check them out, it's something worth listening to!