Ferret Music albums

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  1. With Roots Above and Branches Below

    With Roots Above and Branches Below (2009)


    With Roots Above and Branches Below is the third studio album by American melodic metalcore band The Devil Wears Prada, released on May 5, 2009, through Ferret Music. Upon its release it charted the Billboard 200 at number 11, selling 31,000 in its first week.

  2. Dead Throne

    Dead Throne (2011)


    Dead Throne is the fourth studio album by American metalcore band The Devil Wears Prada. It was released on September 13, 2011 through Ferret Music. Produced by Adam Dutkiewicz, the record was recorded in several studios across the United States from November 2010 – April 2011. The album is a follow up to The Devil Wears Prada's 2009 album; With Roots Above and Branches Below. Much like their previous efforts the album's lyrics were penned by lead vocalist Mike Hranica, whose lyrical direction focused on anti-idolatry concepts. The band's musical style changed after the success of the Zombie EP, this led to, what Hranica described as; fusing the melodic elements of their previous studio albums with the ferocity of Zombie.

  3. Come Clarity

    Come Clarity (1905)


    Come Clarity is the eighth studio album by the Swedish heavy metal band In Flames. The album was released on February 3, 2006 in Europe through Nuclear Blast Records and February 7 in the U.S. through Ferret Records.

  4. Resurrection

    Resurrection (2007)


    Resurrection is the fourth studio album by Chimaira, released on March 6, 2007. Debuting at number 42 on the Billboard 200 charts, Resurrection shipped about 16,000 copies sold in its first week. The album was released in two forms: a regular version, and a limited edition version with different cover artwork and a DVD documentary of the making of the album. Chimaira's first album with Ferret Music since leaving Roadrunner Records, Resurrection features drummer Andols Herrick who rejoined the group.

  5. Your Ghost Is A Gift

    Your Ghost Is A Gift


    Your Ghost Is a Gift is American metalcore band Ligeia's first full-length album released on March 21, 2006.

  6. Versions

    Versions (2007)


    Versions is Poison the Well's fourth studio album. It was released on April 2, 2007 in Europe and April 3, 2007 World Wide via Ferret Music. Versions is the first release for Poison the Well on Ferret Music and is also the band's first release since 2003's You Come Before You.

  7. Too Bad You're Beautiful

    Too Bad You're Beautiful (2003)


    Too Bad You're Beautiful is the first full-length release from Long Island-based screamo band From Autumn to Ashes. The album is unique in that it features the dual vocals of Benjamin Perri and drummer Francis Mark. Perri provides the hardcore-esque shouts while Mark sings and occasionally contributes background screams. The album was reissued in 2005 with the Sin, Sorrow, and Sadness demo as bonus tracks at the end.

  8. Casually Dressed And Deep In Conversation

    Casually Dressed And Deep In Conversation (1905)


    Casually Dressed & Deep in Conversation is the debut album by Welsh rock band Funeral for a Friend. The album was released on 20 October 2003 through Atlantic Records. Produced by Colin Richardson and co-produced by the band. The album features brand-new versions of the songs "Red is the New Black", "Juno" (renamed "Juneau") and "Summer's Dead and Buried" (renamed "Waking Up"). The included versions of "She Drove Me To Daytime Television" and "Escape Artists Never Die" are from the Four Ways To Scream Your Name EP, although the former has a count-in that didn't appear on the EP. Also, both are slightly louder than their original release. The album made #12 on the UK charts and went Gold.

  9. Lion of Judas

    Lion of Judas (2008)


    Lion of Judas is the second album by deathcore band Elysia. The album has a large change in style compared to the band's previous album, drawing heavy influence from Converge, Botch, and Cave In. It was released on June 10, 2008 on Ferret Records. The album was leaked to P2P file sharing networks in early May 2008.

  10. Heavy Lies the Crown

    Heavy Lies the Crown (2007)


    A Loss for Words (formerly Last Ride) is an American pop punk band from Abington/Hanover Massachusetts.

  11. Bad News

    Bad News (2008)


    Bad News is the second album by Massachusetts' metalcore band Ligeia.

  12. Introducing

    Introducing (2008)


    Introducing, the second album by the band Foxy Shazam, was released on January 22, 2008. Recording for the album began shortly after touring ended in August 2007, at a studio in Seattle. They joined Piermont Management, which is partially owned by Jesse Korman, the frontman of The Number Twelve Looks Like You. The band also picked up a label while on tour called New Weathermen, an imprint of Ferret Music. The album was produced by Casey Bates.

  13. The Tropic Rot

    The Tropic Rot (2009)


    The Tropic Rot is the fifth studio album by American experimental hardcore band Poison the Well. The album was released on July 7, 2009 through Ferret Music. The album was originally intended to be produced by J. Robbins, however due to a family emergency he had to be replaced by Steve Evetts.

  14. And Don't Forget to Breathe

    And Don't Forget to Breathe (2003)


    ...And Don't Forget to Breathe is the debut album by the Post-hardcore band A Static Lullaby. On the original release the title was misspelled as '...And Don't Forget to Breath'. This was corrected in a re-release.

  15. Just Breathe

    Just Breathe (2005)

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    Just Breathe is LoveHateHero's first album, released on May 17, 2005. The song "Theatre of Robots" features the vocals of Juliet Simms of Automatic Loveletter.

  16. White Lies

    White Lies (2007)


    White Lies is the second album by American post-hardcore band Lovehatehero. The album was released on February 19, 2007. The album was produced by Cameron Webb. This album was the first by Lovehatehero to feature Kevin Gruft on lead guitar, Myke Russell on rhythm guitar, and Scott Gee on drums.

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