Son, I Loved You at Your Darkest

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Son, I Loved You at Your Darkest
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Studio album by As Cities Burn
Released June 21, 2005
Recorded Glow in the Dark, Atlanta, Georgia
Genre Post-hardcore
Length 35:52
Label Solid State
Producer Matt Goldman, Josh Scogin, As Cities Burn
As Cities Burn chronology
As Cities Burn EP
(2003)As Cities Burn EP2003
Son, I Loved You at Your Darkest
(2005)
Come Now Sleep
(2007)Come Now Sleep2007
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]
Jesus Freak Hideout 4.5/5 stars[2]

Son, I Loved You at Your Darkest is the first full-length studio album released by As Cities Burn in June 2005.

Allusions[edit]

The album includes numerous allusions. "Thus from My Lips, by Yours, My Sin Is Purged" is a line from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Another example includes lyrics such as "Let the dead bury their own dead," from the song "Wake Dead Man, Wake." This is a line originally spoken by Jesus in The Gospel of Luke.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Thus from My Lips, by Yours, My Sin Is Purged" 3:04
2. "Love Jealous One, Love" 3:04
3. "Incomplete Is a Leech" 2:54
4. "Bloodsucker Pt. II" 3:23
5. "Terrible! How Terrible for the Great City!" 3:00
6. "The Widow" 3:51
7. "Wake Dead Man, Wake" 3:10
8. "Admission: Regret" 3:05
9. "One: Twentyseven" 3:51
10. "Of Want and Misery: The Nothing That Kills" 6:41

Personnel[edit]

  • Colin Kimble - rhythm guitar
  • Cody Bonnette - lead guitar, clean vocals, piano
  • Pascal Barone - bass
  • Aaron Lunsford - drums, percussion
  • TJ Bonnette - screamed vocals, programming, piano
  • Lap steel on "Incomplete Is a Leech" - Troy Strains
  • Piano on "Of Want and Misery: The Nothing That Kills", Crystal Ninja Strings - Matt Goldman
  • Additional vocals on "Admission: Regret" - Josh Scogin of The Chariot & Norma Jean
  • Recording - Matt Goldman
  • Mixing - Mike Watts
  • Mastering - Troy Glessner
  • Engineering - Tyler Orr, Troy Strains, Jeremiah Edwards
  • Art - Asterik Studios

References[edit]

  1. ^ Son, I Loved You at Your Darkest at AllMusic
  2. ^ "As Cities Burn, "Son, I Loved You At Your Darkest" Review". Jesusfreakhideout.com. June 21, 2005. Retrieved September 15, 2013.