Fury of Five "The High Cost of Dying" demoPosted on Tuesday, September 25th, 2007 @ 12:36pm » permalink
Having listened to damn near every Fury of Five track ever recorded yesterday at work (though you'd never know it from those stupid Last.fm widgets over there on the right, since they rarely work and only track like 40% of what I actually listen to), I dug out an old CD-R with this demo on it last night while I wait for my copy of the "Jersey Style" CD (on Filled With Hate Records) to come in the mail. Though, for some bizarre and unfortunate reason it appears that the best song off this demo ("I Owe You Nothing") is not even on that CD!? I'm not entirely sure since the damn tracklist seems to be under lock and key, but the one mention of the tracklist that I've found online doesn't include "I Owe You Nothing" or the tracks from the "Convicted and Condemned" 7", which makes no sense to me seeing as any Fury of Five collection CD should've included all that old rare shit, but… I guess I'll wait and see what's up when the CD arrives. Either way, this demo sounds rough (What year is this from? 1995?), but the earlier Fury of Five tracks were so fucking hard… the mosh breaks in "I Owe You Nothing" are just priceless. I had originally planned to post this demo a long time ago, but kept forgetting, so… I figured I'd waste my lunch break on it today. Have at it:
I've been spotting a few rumors floating around online lately about a potential Fury of Five reunion show of some sort. I don't really buy it, but… I'd love to see it happen if they ended up recording some new shit after the fact, that's for damn sure.
Oh, and if anyone has mp3's of any demo material from James Ismean's pre-Fury of Five bands Locked Up in Life or Position of Power, please fucking hook me up! Thanks…