Thrill Seeker

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Thrill Seeker
Thrillseeker.jpg
Studio album by August Burns Red
Released November 8, 2005
Recorded Dark Horse Studio, Franklin, Tennessee
Genre Metalcore
Length 44:47
Label Solid State
Producer Adam Dutkiewicz
August Burns Red chronology
Looks Fragile After All
(2004)
Thrill Seeker
(2005)
Messengers
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AbsolutePunk 88%[1]
Jesus Freak Hideout 4/5 stars[2]

Thrill Seeker is the debut full-length album by American melodic metalcore band August Burns Red. The first released video was for the song "Your Little Suburbia Is In Ruins".

Thrill Seeker is the only album to feature original bassist Jordan Tuscan and vocalist Josh McManness, as they both would later depart from the band the following year with Dustin Davidson and Jake Luhrs taking their positions respectively. An unreleased track title, "Pride & Humility" was featured on This is Solid State Vol. 6.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Your Little Suburbia Is in Ruins" 3:58
2. "Speech Impediment" 4:01
3. "Endorphins" 3:10
4. "Too Late for Roses" 3:19
5. "Barbarian" 3:45
6. "The Reflective Property" 3:51
7. "A Wish Full of Dreams" 2:58
8. "Consumer" 4:10
9. "A Shot Below the Belt" 4:10
10. "Eve of the End" (instrumental) 3:09
11. "The Seventh Trumpet" 8:12
Total length: 44:48

Personnel[edit]

August Burns Red
  • Josh McManness − lead vocals
  • JB Brubaker − lead guitar
  • Brent Rambler − rhythm guitar
  • Jordan Tuscan − bass guitar
  • Matt Greiner − drums
Production
  • Produced and mixed by Adam Dutkiewicz
  • Engineered by Adam Dutkiewicz and Wayne Krupa
  • Recorded at Dark Horse Studio, Tennessee
  • Mastered by Troy Glessner at Spectre Studios
  • Art direction and design by Asterik Studio in Seattle, Washington
  • Band photography by Dave Hill

References[edit]

  1. ^ Weber, Scott (2005-11-21). "August Burns Red - Thrill Seeker - Album review". absolutepunk.net. Retrieved 2011-07-19. 
  2. ^ http://jesusfreakhideout.com/cdreviews/ThrillSeeker.asp

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