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Betray
July 10th 2014


6307 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

thanks. will do.

jtswope
July 11th 2014


2953 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Yeah and they both rule too, so it'll give you a good taste of their style.

Feather
July 11th 2014


2075 Comments


So the newest two albums are the most "accessible"?

Digging: The Wonder Years - No Closer to Heaven

botb
July 11th 2014


10042 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

they're probably the closest thing to accessible that converge has yeah, unless you just went through a bitter breakup in which case this is the most accessible and if you aren't listening to it right now you're fucking up.

Feather
July 11th 2014


2075 Comments


Well I'm pretty sure I'm about to go through a pretty interesting and odd break up so maybe this will be great..

TheSpirit
July 11th 2014


18698 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Idk, the early stuff is pretty accessible too. You like Slayer? Then you will like Converge's first couple albums. The newer stuff is definitely easier on the ears as well (also they slay), but I generally think it's better to start from the beginning so you can appreciate the band's progression they way it actually played out.

Digging: Arizmenda - Within the Vacuum of Infinity...

FrankieFrog
July 11th 2014


105 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Nope this album still hasn't clicked with me yet.



I've even tried listening to it when in a shitty mood, all pissed off and it's still eh.



Hard to relate when you can't understand a damn thing being said.

Owantjaaaa
July 11th 2014


3576 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

try You Fail Me dude,

it was the first converge album to click for me

Just grab the lyrics and listen

Digging: Down I Go - You're Lucky God, That I Cannot Reach You

JokineAugustus
July 11th 2014


7922 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

I'd say Axe to fall, but what do I know

Digging: PJ Harvey - To Bring You My Love

Slut
July 11th 2014


4032 Comments


but I generally think it's better to start from the beginning so you can appreciate the band's progression they way it actually played out.

agreed so hard. for most bands too i think it's interesting

climactic
July 11th 2014


20632 Comments


yeah i always think its weird when people ask what order they should listen to a band's material in, best to go chronologically

treeqt.
July 11th 2014


14835 Comments


if you even want to check out a whole discography to begin with


Digging: Ghosts of Dance - The Complete Ghosts of Dance

DrGonzo1937
July 11th 2014


10508 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Is this as amazing as everyone makes out?

Slut
July 11th 2014


4032 Comments


okay with a band like converge even if you look at the ratings you'll kinda know halo isn't their best/ and you'll know how well liked everything else is.

i mean it can happen but usually it's best for bands with really consistent discogs so you don't just end up listening to a bunch of filler albums. it depends on the band

facupm
July 11th 2014


10008 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

this is enjoyable at times but its pretty hard to go through

DrMaximus
July 11th 2014


10980 Comments


"Hard to relate when you can't understand a damn thing being said."

You don't need to understand it, you can feel it.


Digging: Elysia Crampton - American Drift

PunchforPunch
July 11th 2014


6279 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

well said doc

ExplosiveOranges
Contributing Reviewer
July 11th 2014


4271 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

This was initially a weird album for me, but now I understand why it was created that way. It's a literal representation of the worst breakup ever.

DrGonzo1937
July 12th 2014


10508 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Sorry, this album just didn't click with me.

SharkTooth
July 12th 2014


9581 Comments


you aren't alone

Digging: Dr. Dre - Compton



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