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The Fire
File:Senses Fail - The
Studio album by Senses Fail
Released October 25, 2010 (2010-10-25)
Recorded June 2010 at Salad Day Studio in Baltimore, MD
Genre Emo, post-hardcore, melodic hardcore
Label Vagrant
Producer Brian McTernan
Senses Fail chronology

Life Is Not a Waiting Room
The Fire

The Fire is the fourth studio album by American post-hardcore band Senses Fail. Around the time recording began, the band announced that Zack Roach would be replacing guitarist Heath Saraceno. They began recording the album at Salad Days Studio with Brian McTernan in June 2010 with a tentative release date later that year. According to Neilsen, the album "is a reaction and a release of a whirlwind of emotions that came from fighting for what we love and dealing with change and growth both personally and creatively." The Fire will be released on October 25, 2010 in the UK through Hassle Records [1] and elsewhere on October 26 through Vagrant Records. Senses Fail posted a new song online titled "Saint Anthony" on their myspace on August 26, 2010, Vagrant Records have since released songs 'The Fire' and 'New Year's Eve' on their YouTube channel. [2][3] In addition, the band asked fans to volunteer to be in a music video for the song "The Fire", which was filmed in New York City on October 9th and 10th, 2010. [4]


Track listing

  1. "The Fire"
  2. "Saint Anthony"
  3. "New Year's Eve"
  4. "Safe House"
  5. "Coward"
  6. "Landslide"
  7. "Headed West"
  8. "Lifeboats"
  9. "Nero"
  10. "Irish Eyes"
  11. "Hold On"

iTunes bonus track

  1. "Ghost Town"

Limited Edition DVD

The album will also be released with a live DVD, which was filmed at a hometown halloween show at Starland Ballroom in New Jersey. It contains over 90 minutes of live footage and interviews with the band, and was directed by Adam Rothlein.[5] The DVD features ex-guitarist Heath Saraceno, who recently left the band.[6]


  • Buddy Nielsen – vocals
  • Garrett Zablocki – guitars, backing vocals
  • Dan Trapp – drums, percussion
  • Zack Roach – guitars
  • Jason Black – bass




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