Killing All That Holds You

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Killing All That Holds You
Killing All That Holds You.jpg
Studio album by 10 Years
Released March 22, 2004
Label Self-released, Universal (reissue)
Producer Ulrich Wild
10 Years chronology
Into the Half Moon
(2001)Into the Half Moon2001
Killing All That Holds You
(2004)
The Autumn Effect
(2005)The Autumn Effect2005
reissue cover
Artwork from the reissue sold at 10 Years concerts.
Artwork from the reissue sold at 10 Years concerts.
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
*Sputnikmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Killing All That Holds You is the second album by 10 Years, released in 2004 with new vocalist Jesse Hasek. Although it was not widely distributed, the band currently sells it at their live shows, and an autographed copy is available on their webstore.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Wasteland" 3:49
2. "Through the Iris" 3:33
3. "Seven" 3:50
4. "R.E.S.T." 3:48
5. "Blank Shell" 3:30
6. "At a Loss" 3:29
7. "Silhouette of a Life" 4:43
8. "All White" 4:30
9. "Magna-Phi" 3:09
10. "Frailty" 3:57
11. "Wasteland" (Live Acoustic) 5:07
12. "Through the Iris" (Live Acoustic) 3:55
13. "Shelter" (Live Acoustic) 4:03
14. "Insects" (Live Acoustic) 3:47
  • Tracks 11- 14 were recorded live @ Disc Exchange West in Knoxville, TN on 08-27-2004.
  • Rerecorded versions of "Wasteland" and "Through the Iris" appear on their follow-up album and major-label debut, The Autumn Effect; the same record also features a studio version of "Insects."
  • "Silhouette of a Life" was included as a bonus track on the deluxe edition of Feeding the Wolves.

Personnel[edit]

  • Jesse Hasek – Vocals
  • Ryan "Tater" Johnson – Lead Guitar
  • Matt Wantland – Rhythm Guitar (on track 1–10)
  • Lewis "Big Lew" Cosby – Bass
  • Brian Vodinh – Drums, Rhythm Guitar (on track 11–14)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "10 Years – Killing All That Holds You – album review". Sputnikmusic. August 7, 2009. Retrieved July 12, 2011.