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Across Five Aprils are an awesome hardcore/emocore band from , Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Their official website is www.acrossfiveaprils.us.

ARTIST: Across Five Aprils
TITLE:  Blue-Eyed Suicide
TABBER: Luke Charman (emoluke {AT} gmail.com)
ALBUM:  A Tragedy In Progress
GENRE:  Emocore

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Why the heck does nobody know who Across Five Aprils are? They're fucking incredible.. 
not a single tab of theirs

here yet. Well here's the first, I may consider doing more, but this one was a LOT of 
It's all 100% there, for

both guitars, and I'm sure it's virtually all right. Guitar 2's chorus riff, and outro 
vary slightly, but

they're all based around the notes I've provided, so it's all there for you. Have fun!

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Here's the first riff Guitar 1 plays this four times, then rests for a bit, then plays 
once more:

e|----------------------------------------------------------|
B|----------------------------------------------------------|
G|----7-7-7-5-x-3--3-3-3-3-x-2--2-2-2-2-2-x-----------------|
D|--0-x-x-x-x-x-x--x-x-x-x-x-2--2-2-2-2-2-x-3--3-3-0--0-0-0-|
A|--0-5-5-5-3-x-1--1-1-1-1-x-0--0-0-0-0-0-x-3--3-3-0--0-0-0-|
D|--0---------------------------------------3--3-3-0--0-0-0-|

After the first one of those riffs, Guitar 2 kicks in and plays these riffs:

e|-------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-------------------------------------------------------------|
G|--10-9-10-12-10-9-10-9-10-9-10-12-10-9-10-9-10-9-10-12-10-9--|
D|-------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------------------------------------| x1
D|-------------------------------------------------------------|

e|---------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------|
G|----1010109-x-7--7-7-7-7-x-5--5-5-5-5-5-x----------------|
D|--0-x-x-x-x-x-x--x-x-x-x-x-x--x-x-x-x-x-x-3--3-x-0--0-0--|
A|--0-8-8-8-7-x-5--5-5-5-5-x-3--3-3-3-3-3-x-3--3-x-0--0-0--| x2
D|--0-------------------------------------x-3--3-x-0--0-0--|

e|------------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------------|
G|--10-10-9--7-7-7-7-9--10--10-10--10-12--14-12-10--12--|
D|---x--x-x--x-x-x-x-x---x---x--x---x--x---x--x--x---x--|
A|---8--8-7--5-5-5-5-7---8---8--8---8-10--12-10--8--10--| x1
D|------------------------------------------------------|

e|---------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------|
G|----1010109-x-7--7-7-7-7-x-5--5-5-5-5-5-x----------------|
D|--0-x-x-x-x-x-x--x-x-x-x-x-x--x-x-x-x-x-x-3--3-3-0--0-0--|
A|--0-8-8-8-7-x-5--5-5-5-5-x-3--3-3-3-3-3-x-3--3-3-0--0-0--| x1
D|--0-------------------------------------x-3--3-3-0--0-0--|

Guitar 1 gets his metal on here with some nice fast strumming:

e|----------------------------------------------------|
B|----------------------------------------------------|
G|----------------------------------------------------|
D|----------------------------------------------------|
A|--000000000000555555555555888888777333000000000000--| x4
D|--000000000000555555555555888888777333000000000000--|

Guitar 2 plays this over the top:

e|------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------|
G|--7-10-7---7-10-7-10--9-5-7-7-10-7--|
D|--x--x-x---x--x-x--x--x-x-x-x--x-x--|
A|--5--8-5---5--8-5--8--7-3-5-5--8-5--|
D|------------------------------------|

Little rest for a little drum fill, then onto both guitars playing this four times with 
decreasing tempo:

e|-------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------9----9-----| (Let these 9's and 12's ring out
G|-----------------------------12---12---12--|   to give that dischord sound)
D|--0-00-000-0000-00000-000000---------------|
A|--0-00-000-0000-00000-000000---------------|
D|--0-00-000-0000-00000-000000---------------|
    . .. ... .... ..... ......

The tempo builds back up as both guitars play this once:

e|--------------|
B|--------------|
G|--------------|
D|--0--0--0--0--|
A|--0--0--0--0--|
D|--0--0--0--0--|

We launch back into the awesomeness here, as Guitar 1 plays these chords twice:

e|----------------------------|
B|----------------------------|
G|----------------------------|
D|--5-----7-----12-----9------|
A|--5-x16-7-x16-12-x16-9-x16--|
D|--5-----7-----12-----9------|

Guitar 2 plays this lovely little fill eight times over the top:

e|----------------------------------------|
B|--------------10-10-10-8-8-8-7h8p7------|
G|--7-7-7-6-6-6----------------------9-7--|
D|----------------------------------------|
A|----------------------------------------|
D|----------------------------------------|

Guitar 1 then plays this little fill once:

e|-------------------------------------|
B|-----8---------8--------6-------6----|
G|--10---10---10---10---9---9---9---9--|
D|-------------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------|

Guitar 1 plays this small clean undistorted fill eight times:

e|---------------------------|
B|---------------------------|
G|---------------------------|
D|--3-----4-------3-----5----|
A|----5-0---2-0-1---1-3---3--|
D|---------------------------|

Guitar 2 plays this six times over that fill:

e|---------------------------|
B|---------------------------|
G|--------2-------------5----|
D|--0-3-5---5-3-2-3-2-0---3--|
A|---------------------------|
D|---------------------------|

Mmm... back into heavyness, Guitar 1 gets palm-muted, playing this four times:

e|---------------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------------|
G|--------10-9-7-------10-9-7-------10-9-7-------10/12/10--9-10--|
D|---------x-x-x--------x-x-x--------x-x-x--------x--x--x--x--x--|
A|--0-0-0--8-7-5-5-5-5--8-7-5-8-8-8--8-7-5-0-0-0--8/10/-8--7--8--|
D|--0-0-0--------5-5-5--------8-8-8--------0-0-0-----------------|
    . . .        . . .        . . .        . . .

Guitar 2 starts a harmony of the above part here, playing it twice:

e|---------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|--------14-12-10-------15-14-12-------17-15-14-------14/15/14-12-14--|
D|---------x--x--x--------x--x--x--------x--x--x--------x--x--x--x--x--|
A|--0-0-0-12-10--8-5-5-5-13-12-10-8-8-8-15-13-12-0-0-0-12/13/12-10-12--|
D|--0-0-0----------5-5-5----------8-8-8----------0-0-0-----------------|

Guitar 2 goes back to his cool fill from earlier, and plays it ten times, then the fill 
once:

e|----------------------------------------|
B|--------------10-10-10-8-8-8-7h8p7------|
G|--7-7-7-6-6-6----------------------9-7--|
D|----------------------------------------|
A|----------------------------------------|
D|----------------------------------------|

e|-----------------------------|
B|-----8----8---------6---6----|
G|--10---10---10----9---9---9--|
D|-----------------------------|
A|-----------------------------|
D|-----------------------------|

Guitar 1 plays the following twice during the first fill above:

e|----------------------------|
B|----------------------------|
G|----------------------------|
D|--5-----7-----12-----9------|
A|--5-x16-7-x16-12-x16-9-x16--|
D|--5-----7-----12-----9------|


Then we're into the outro, a nice held open D chord (0-0-0) followed by both guitars 
this until the end:

e|----------------------------|
B|-------------------------6--|
G|-------------------------9--|
D|----------------------------|
A|--000000-00-00-00000000-----|
D|--000000-00-00-00000000-----|
    ...... .. .. ........

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MCRrocks 35 Jul 02, 2006 07:40 AM

what a good tab man. very ****ing nice. well done.

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rictazero 520 Aug 04, 2006 01:12 PM

i love you for tabbing this lol

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elliot. 10 Aug 22, 2006 03:31 AM

yeh across five aprils is a sweet band, why doesnt anyone know of them.

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