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Goodbye to the Gallows

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Length  29:33
Release date  6 March 2007
Label  Victory Records
Artist  Emmure
Producer  Zeuss
Genres  Deathcore, Metalcore
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Released  March 6, 2007 (2007-03-06)
Goodbye to the Gallows (2007)  The Respect Issue (2008)
Similar  Emmure albums, Deathcore albums, Other albums

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Goodbye to the Gallows is the debut full-length album by Emmure, released March 6, 2007 through Victory Records.

Contents

The guitarists on this release play 7 strings in Drop A# tuning (Drop Bb), which makes this and The Respect Issue the only Emmure albums to feature these tunings.

Emmure a ticket for the paralyzer


Song title information

  • According to archived album art, "Rusted Over Wet Dreams" was originally called "Scorpios With Black Names Are Bad News". The reason for this name change is unknown.
  • Track 6, titled "Travis Bickle" is a reference to the Martin Scorsese film Taxi Driver.
  • Tracks 3 and 8 are references to the comedy program, Chappelle's Show, being a reference to the title of a recurring sketch, and a quote by a character in a sketch respectively. The title of Track 5, "You Got a Henna Tattoo that Said Forever" is a reference to a quote from Zach Galifianakis' 2001 episode of "Comedy Central Presents".
  • Track 7, "Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle" is a take on the Dragon Ball film of the same name.
  • Personnel

    Emmure
  • Frankie Palmeri - lead vocals
  • Jesse Ketive - lead guitar
  • Ben Lionetti - rhythm guitar
  • Mark Davis - bass guitar
  • Joe Lionetti - drums
  • Production
  • Produced, engineered and mixed by Chris "Zeuss" Harris
  • Mastered by Alan Douches
  • Art direction, layout and illustrations by Paul Friemel
  • Songs

    1A Ticket for the Paralyzer0:50
    210 Signs You Should Leave3:18
    3When Keeping It Real Goes Wrong3:17

    References

    Goodbye to the Gallows Wikipedia


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