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botb
August 29th 2007


9677 Comments


that i did. thank you. :P

NeverFading14
August 29th 2007


380 Comments


These guys have potential to be great, but they ruin it with no diverisity or originality. While the guitarists' riffs are enjoyable, their not enough to keep me listening to August burns red. If I want Fast, technical mind-blowing riffing. I'll listen to Necrophagist

ReDIcE
August 29th 2007


95 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Then go listen to Necrophagist. This is a metalcore review.

kalkal50
August 29th 2007


2386 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

rehashed, predictable metalcore

LifeInABox
August 29th 2007


3708 Comments


rehashed, predictable metalcore
This, but it's a tad more interesting.

kalkal50
August 29th 2007


2386 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

same kind of transition AILD went through from SAS to AOBU.. it's not to soon to abreviate the album right?

ToWhatEnd
September 28th 2007


3172 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

These guys played an absolutely flawless set tonight. It was freaking immense. Still love this album.

ReDIcE
September 28th 2007


95 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

After a while, the songs start sounding too similar.

ThisIsDeath
October 15th 2007


5 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I really liked this album actually.
August Burns Red were always good, I liked them since Looks Fragile After All and in my opinion, they're getting better with each album. Defiantly not a disappointing band. And someone said that they're not original? I really don't think so but that might just be me... they have a good sound, much better than a lot of other metalcore bands .

CushMG15
October 30th 2007


1802 Comments


I actually really enjoyed Truth of a Liar, but after listening to this last night, goddamn if it didn't bore the shit out of me. I'll give it a couple more chances, but I don't see much hope.

botb
November 5th 2007


9677 Comments


They are ridiculous live. So much stage presence combined with spot-on accuracy.

ToWhatEnd
November 6th 2007


3172 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Best metalcore band I've seen live hands down (and yes I've seen Converge). Their stage presence wasn't exceptional when I saw them but they were pinpoint accurate with every note and rhythm. I mean they were supporting Unearth and made them look kind of weak which says it all.

ninjuice
November 6th 2007


6760 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

[quote=ReDIce]After a while, the songs start sounding too similar.[/quote]Can't this be said about almost any metalcore?

blackened07
November 10th 2007


949 Comments


Just got this so far it is etremely boring!

BallsToTheWall
November 12th 2007


44380 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

All these sound offs are depressing me. In no way in shape or form is this actually a good album in my opinion. Might know how to diddle with their instruments but lacks song writing skills. Bores me.This Message Edited On 11.24.07

Digging: Pharmakon - Abandon

botb
November 13th 2007


9677 Comments


I personally adore this album. Where BallsToTheWall normally has great taste, I don't think he listens to much metalcore... take it from one of the few sputnik users that does, this is a great record. :P

ToWhatEnd
November 24th 2007


3172 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

How can Truth of a Liar be considered average if you like the rest, AHHH! Kidding but I do love that song mucho.

botb
November 24th 2007


9677 Comments


This album owns. One of my favorite bands still bringing the heat.

iyae
November 25th 2007


54 Comments


this is actually a very f**king good album...the time signature in the blinding light still screws me up sometimes. lol. thats a good thing though. heh

mattb91
December 4th 2007


68 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

this album is amazing. last album was incredible, but this is perfect.



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