Jane Doe
Converge - Jane Doe
Critic Score
Based on 3 reviews
User Score
Based on 49 ratings
2001 Ratings: #9
September 4, 2001 / Release Date
LP / Format
Equal Vision / Label
Matthew Ellard; Kurt Ballou / Producer
Metalcore / Genres
Your Review
Nov 3, 2017
This is such a ferocity of an album. Converge LP "Jane doe" was my first introduction to their music. I'm not to aware of much metal core acts, however this is probably the best so far. I was always aware of Kurt Ballou being a producer for a few of my favourite heavy metal bands. This record prove to me how wild and extreme it can go.
Aug 9, 2017
you don't need to me to explain why this is good
Nov 29, 2016
American metalcore legends Converge were still young, but undeniably veterans by the time they release the genre magnum opus Jane Doe. Tracing a precise, painful and incredibly dark depiction of the fragile, exposed young man that desperately needs to learn how to deal with the loss of something once considered as pure and eternal as love, the band delves into this dysmal world of senses and emotions, and even though the whole concept may seem a bit worn-out on the outside, they absolutely ... read more
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Track List
  1. Concubine 
  2. Fault And Fracture 
  3. Distance And Meaning 
  4. Hell To Pay 
  5. Homewrecker 
  6. The Broken Vow 
  7. Bitter And Then Some 
  8. Heaven In Her Arms 
  9. Phoenix In Flight 
  10. Phoenix In Flames 
  11. Thaw 
  12. Jane Doe
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Added on: October 9, 2012