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When Forever Comes Crashing

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When Forever Comes Crashing is the third album by Massachusetts, USA, band Converge.

Originally released in 1998, the album was re-issued in 2005 with a bonus track and bonus enhanced material (video of "When Forever Comes Crashing"). The album was recorded at God City Studio from 22 December through 3 January 1998. Steve Austin of Today Is the Day, along with Converge, produced the album and also provided backup vocals on the track "The Lowest Common Denominator". Jay Randall, from Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Jeff Fineburg, Ben Cummings, Matt Pike, Grail Mortillaro, Ryan Parker and Tre McCarthy also appear as backing vocalists.

Track listing

  1. My Unsaid Everything – 3:23
  2. The High Cost of Playing God – 4:17
  3. In Harm's Way – 4:20
  4. Conduit – 4:10
  5. The Lowest Common Denominator – 3:53
  6. Towing Jehovah – 2:20
  7. When Forever Comes Crashing – 3:14
  8. Ten Cents – 2:20
  9. Year of the Swine – 3:47
  10. Letterbomb – 4:22
  11. Love as Arson – 3:22


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