:The long-awaited follow-up album to the 2008 recording Crash from grammy-nominated Decyfer Down. This new album contains a mix of moody anthems, driving guitars and a heavy sound that is matched by weighty spiritual lyrics. The title track 'Scarecrow'...
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:The long-awaited follow-up album to the 2008 recording Crash from grammy-nominated Decyfer Down.
This new album contains a mix of moody anthems, driving guitars and a heavy sound that is matched by weighty spiritual lyrics. The title track 'Scarecrow' speaks to the fear we have of things that are different and unfamiliar, and how that fear keeps us from being accepting of people outside the church. 'The River' weaves in unexpected Americana and southern rock influences before cranking up the volume.
Scarecrow offers accessible hard rock which is edgy and unpredictable.
- 1. MemoryDecyfer Down0:59
- 2. WestboroDecyfer Down0:59
- 3. Worst EnemyDecyfer Down0:59
- 4. Say HelloDecyfer Down0:59
- 5. Bleeding LiesDecyfer Down0:59
- 6. Fight To WinDecyfer Down0:59
- 7. ScarecrowDecyfer Down0:59
- 8. The RiverDecyfer Down0:59
- 9. Some Things Never ChangeDecyfer Down0:59
- 10. So In LoveDecyfer Down0:59
Originally operating under the moniker Allysonhymn (pronounced "all-eyes-on-him"), Christian rockers Decyfer Down create a wall of sound with a message. Formed in 2002 around the talents of drummer Josh Oliver, vocalist/bassist Caleb Oliver, and guitarists Brandon Mills and Chris Clonts, the band's melodic and hard-driving debut, End of Grey, arrived on Sony Records in June 2006. The album proved to be quite popular in the Christian community, sending four consecutive singles into heavy rotation on the Internet radio station ChristianRock.net. Caleb Oliver left the lineup shortly thereafter, and former Fighting Instinct vocalist T.J. Harris enlisted in his place. Returning in 2009 with the sophomore effort Crash, Decyfer Down garnered more support from independent Christian rock radio. Additionally, the album's title track was featured in the pay-per-view broadcast of WrestleMania XXV, thus exposing the band's music to a wider audience.
Bio by James Christopher Monger, www.allmusic.com. Accessed 04.04.14