Jane Doe is the fourth studio album by American metalcore band Converge. It was released on September 4, 2001, via Equal Vision Records, it is the band's last release on the label. The album was produced by Matthew Ellard alongside Converge guitarist Kurt Ballou and the artwork was created by the band's singer Jacob Bannon.
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People use it to mask their identity whether it be the female (Jane Doe) or male (John Doe) version.
Jane Doe is the fourth album by American metalcore band Converge. It was released September 4, 2001 through Equal Vision Records. The album was received with immediate critical acclaim, with critics praising its poetic lyrics, dynamic range, ferocity and production.
But Jane Doe tweaked everything Converge had been doing to perfection, creating an album that was both heavier than their prior output as well as more smoothly constructed. It’s a solid from-front-to-back record that’s simultaneously a plea to the heart and an elbow to the chest.
Jane Doe is the fourth studio album by American metalcore band Converge. Critics praised its poetic lyrics, dynamic range, ferocity and production. Jacob Bannon had this to say about the album’s lyrical content and artwork
Over the Christmas holiday, moviegoers had a fabulous charcuterie board of big-budget cineplex staples and toned-down, poignant character studies to choose from. But if you preferred in-home entertainment, there was also the Stateside release of The Autopsy of Jane Doe, the third feature from Norwegian director Andre Øvredal (Trollhunter), and one of the best horror movies of 2016.
Converge – Jane Doe. Label: Deathwish – DWI72. 1, Equal Vision Records – DWI72. Format: 2 Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Album, Reissue, Repress. The labels on sides A to D are printed as J, A, N & E, but the etchings simply read DWI-72-A etc. Recorded at Q Division, Godcity and Fort Apache, mastered at West West Side.
|A4||To Have It Your Way||3:48|
|B2||Fake It Like a Hero||2:11|