9 thoughts on “ Emmure - The Respect Issue (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”
The Respect Issue is a by-the-numbers release of a band aware of its growing irrelevance. And if we were hurting for yet another parallel between nu-metal and metalcore, this album absolutely oozes the desperation of the waning years of nu-metal.
Feb 15, · The Respect Issue [Vinyl] Emmure. out of 5 stars Vinyl. $ Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Hindsight Emmure. out of 5 stars 9. Audio CD. $ This album is decent. It's still Emmure, same sound just a bit different on the experimental side but there are still plenty of chunky breakdowns, rapcore gang chants, and /5(47).
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Respect Issue on Discogs. Label: Victory Records - VR • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Metalcore. Label: Victory Records - VR • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Metalcore Emmure: The Respect Issue (LP /5(26).
Aug 28, · "The Respect Issue" isn't a complete throw-away, however, as it certainly rocks pretty darn hard. Blending The Acacia Strain's downtuned guitars with The Black Dahlia Murder's rapid-fire precision drumming, and Fear Factory's melodic choruses, Emmure come up with several very tolerable and above-average tracks, here, even if none of them are /5(18).
Apr 15, · The Respect Issue [Vinyl] Emmure. out of 5 stars Vinyl. $ Felony Emmure. out of 5 stars Always loved Emmure, but this album seems to be lacking creativity after track 6. Still some GREAT songs on the album though and worth the download. Exclusive Limited Edition Yellow & Green Starburst Color Vinyl LP #/ Emmure /5(36).
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Emmure was founded in Founding members Ben and Joe Lionetti (from New Fairfield, Connecticut) met Frank Palmeri (from Queens, New York) on the Internet and began rehearsals together. Mark Davis and Jesse Ketive soon joined.