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tempest--
May 16th 2014



13397 Comments


no it doesnt you fuckstick

TrantaLocked
May 16th 2014



1515 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I've listened to it at least 3 full times. I am paying attention to it.

And yes it does you fuckstick. That is what I think. You don't dictate what I think.

Relinquished
May 16th 2014



24988 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

what do you consider boring about it cuz I could see Suffer In Truth being a boring track with the
comparatively simplistic songwriting

tempest--
May 16th 2014



13397 Comments


"at least 3 full times."

TrantaLocked
May 16th 2014



1515 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

A LOT of it is literally two notes, going back and forth/up and down, just in "cool" patterns and rhythms. I see through that shit. All they are doing for most of this album is raping the bottom string in as many complex patterns as they can and as fast as they can. And yeah it might be cool for a little bit, but they do it for so much of the album it just gets boring so quickly. Where are the scales, the melodies, the interesting chord progressions...it's ALL just fucking two note thrashing. Only the first three songs are well designed, and they actually make this thing good enough to get a 3.5.



Verm
May 16th 2014



1002 Comments


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tempest--
May 16th 2014



13397 Comments


this isnt dream theater

TrantaLocked
May 16th 2014



1515 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Amazing thrash is Megadeth. This is like thrash but even more repetitive and mind numbing.

CrimsonLies
May 16th 2014



2021 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

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tempest--
May 16th 2014



13397 Comments


this is not thrash

TrantaLocked
May 16th 2014



1515 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

This album is thrash.

SnakeDelilah
May 16th 2014



7047 Comments


A7X is way more thrash than this agreed

Digging: Texas Is the Reason - Do You Know Who You Are?

Relinquished
May 16th 2014



24988 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

"Where are the scales, the melodies, the interesting chord progressions."

it's 2014 and these things don't matter anymore

tempest--
May 16th 2014



13397 Comments


the band is meant to be repetitive
they are meant to be rhythmic
that's like, the whole idea behind their music

if you're listening for "the scales, the melodies, the interesting chord progressions" then why are you listening to meshuggah when that's not what they're about?
seems like youre just looking for things to bash on this band with

Relinquished
May 16th 2014



24988 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

everyone tries to find something wrong with this band when there's nothing wrong

TrantaLocked
May 16th 2014



1515 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I love their most recent three LPs. So it's not about the band, but specific albums.

But yeah basically, when I go on my daily walk to the library and I put on something like Nothing or this album, I just feel like background brainless metal is playing in my head and I'm not really enjoying life. Then I put on something else and I enjoy my walk much more.

tempest--
May 16th 2014



13397 Comments


and the album is definitely not thrash

if you maybe had heard some fucking thrash in your life other than ride the lightning you'd know

TrantaLocked
May 16th 2014



1515 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I've heard Metallica, Megadeth, some Slayer and Pantera. Tell me those aren't thrash bands lol.

Relinquished
May 16th 2014



24988 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

"and the album is definitely not thrash"

ok let me stop you there

tempest--
May 16th 2014



13397 Comments


lol you are literally the dumbest person on the planet



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