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pissbore
March 15th 2013


9934 Comments


well the skyscrapers look like gravestones yeah from out here [2]

sputnik1
March 16th 2013


192 Comments


Great Band, little bit different than first Acid Bath.

YoYoMancuso
March 26th 2013


11224 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

i never fail to laugh at the line "i saw the ghost of Hitler on the radio".

oWhoadYo
April 13th 2013


1243 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I think it's absolutely retarded that this album is rated higher than When The Kite String Pops.

MichaelSnoxall
April 13th 2013


12163 Comments


they're both incredible so it doesn't bother me

pissbore
April 13th 2013


9934 Comments


this has old skin obv its gonna be rated higher

DrHouseSchuldiner
April 13th 2013


5643 Comments


I believe i heard this band before ...gotta check!

DominionMM1
April 13th 2013


10341 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

i prefer kite string but this still slays

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joseph99
May 16th 2013


34 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Loving the black metal vocals on "New Corpse"

linguist2011
Contributing Reviewer
August 12th 2013


1925 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Excellent album. The extremity of songs such as 'Paegan love song', 'Diab Soulé' and '13 fingers' are very welcome but I think this album reaches its peak with songs as melancholy as 'Old skin' or the beautifully sludgy 'New death sensation', and the vocals themselves stay varied throughout. As with the band's debut album the lyrical content is useful in understanding the tones and meanings of each and every song. I personally think this album s just as good as the band's debut, but that's just me.

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YoYoMancuso
October 27th 2013


11224 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

BLEED ME AN OOOOOCEANNN

crutchfieldtongs
November 6th 2013


115 Comments


HOW MUCH MORE MUST WE BLEED HER

NodScene23
February 24th 2014


272 Comments


This album is right there with Kite String in terms of quality. A little more melodic, more professional production, but it doesn't take away. If you lean towards a rawer sound, you'll definitely dig Kite String a bit more, but this still delivers and is a great follow up to that awesome album.



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