Album: Welcome Home Armageddon (2011)
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  • Drummer Ryan Richards (from Rock Sound magazine): "This is another first for us - being that the song was written and performed on a seven string guitar using a tuning we'd never used before. You can really hear that come through in the riffs. I think using different tuning and instrumentation allowed us to recapture that classic FFAF sound but offer a fresh take on it. It's definitely got that trademark sound, but in a new and different way - which is pretty exciting for us and our fans."
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