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BigPleb
May 22nd 2014



35833 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

I'LL
TAKE
MY
LOVE
TO
THE
GRAAAAVE!!!!

deathschool
May 22nd 2014



7110 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Dat title track

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FourthReich
May 22nd 2014



17416 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

on 3 or so listens i 1.5'd the shit out of this, probs took a year or 2 to grow

Gwyn.
May 22nd 2014



15005 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

On first listen I was like ok this shit isn't for me then I didn't listen again for a month and then all of a sudden I wanted to hear again and again

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deathschool
May 22nd 2014



7110 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Damn. And I already like this. I'm scared.

Kman418
May 22nd 2014



10153 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

cool

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Gwyn.
May 22nd 2014



15005 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

This is the first time I had ever listened to something even vaguely challenging though so it was to be expected by transitioning from Linkin park to this, it wasn't the smoothest transition but welp

This really isn't all that challenging once you're used to enough noisy hardcore shit though but then I seem to be unlike a lot of people here where I don't really have trouble getting into noisy and ~agressive~ albums at all, no matter how overbearing it is I can take pretty much anything no problem

Unless it's cheesy 70's/80's metal. Fuck that

deathschool
May 22nd 2014



7110 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

You're sound off is amazing, Gwyn.

dannyboy89
May 22nd 2014



11952 Comments


How is this different from DEP? Is it heavier? Less heavy? Jazzier? Less jazzy?

deathschool
May 22nd 2014



7110 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

It's different in that Metalcore is one of those umbrella genres that ends up with extremely different sounding stuff stuck underneath it. It's less jazzy, more core-y. And not that similar to DEP overall.

Gwyn.
May 22nd 2014



15005 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

Way heavier and akin to traditional hardcore punk than Dep

it's also better

dannyboy89
May 22nd 2014



11952 Comments


as piss used to say: debeatable.

But I guess I'll have to see for myself in due time.

Gwyn.
May 22nd 2014



15005 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

Well I don't think there's any debate to be had but w/e opinions and what not

Oh yea and the vocals are impossible to understand, they're essentially grindcore vocals

BigPleb
May 22nd 2014



35833 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

I think DEP are way more frenetic and blood pumping tbh, Gwynbleidd.

dannyboy89
May 22nd 2014



11952 Comments


Band comparisons incite, invite and imply debate.

And Gwyn, I was specifically referring to the "better" part.

deathschool
May 22nd 2014



7110 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Yeah, I was pretty surprised by the vox on this (in a good way)

FourthReich
May 22nd 2014



17416 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

DEP are almost hardcore from a vocal standpoint, where as jacob bannon employs more of a grind almost skramz like approach to his vox. ergo they are nothing alike

deathschool
May 22nd 2014



7110 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Well, there are similarities, but not enough to say one is better than the other at making their style of music.

Arcade
Contributing Reviewer
May 22nd 2014



2012 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I've still yet to get this. ATF and AWLWLB are monsters though

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FourthReich
May 22nd 2014



17416 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

there are definitely similarities, but more so between early DEP and early converge eg jane doe. again im talking about the vox as that's usually the hardest thing for a first time listener of not only converge but of this entire genre to get into.



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