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sideburndude
April 6th 2013


2782 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

The bass tone is so good

manosg
April 6th 2013


6076 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Amazing stuff.

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Scum
April 6th 2013


379 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

best album ever

Geadom
April 6th 2013


2812 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

The fog rolls in thin here tonight.....
And all that is warm
GROWS ICE COOOOLD

All that are strong
Fill with fright
MY SHIP HAS RETURNED HERE TONIIIIIIIIIIGHTHHT!

(Dun dndndn du dun dndndn du du dndnndndn)

DrHouseSchuldiner
April 12th 2013


5643 Comments


Get away
Don't you touch my precious ship
Be thankful that you witnessed it at all

oltnabrick
April 12th 2013


30797 Comments


demos are cool

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Geadom
April 12th 2013


2812 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

CAN YOU CAN NEVER UNDERSTAAAND MY LIFE IN SPACEEEE




CaptainDooRight
April 13th 2013


29131 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

well if you're living I'd suppose you're not a huuuuuummmaaaaaannn

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pissbore
April 15th 2013


9935 Comments


death vs atheist: who used morbid angel's "damnation" bridge riff better?
death: nothing is everything (main riff)
atheist: mother man (heavy riff between jam sections at end of song)

Geadom
April 16th 2013


2812 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

IDK piss, i just know i always jizz in my pants at the ending of mother man, and at the beginning of An Incarnation`s Dream

CaptainDooRight
April 16th 2013


29131 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

it would be nice to do some analyzing of this album today

there's obvs many highlights and high-points but I'll start with this

but starting with the opening track 'Mother Man':

I like how the opening builds up through various harmonizing patterns

the riff at 00:38 is nice transition riff after the leads, it has some nice alternate picking and the variation of that same riff is quite tasty and adds need variability to the section

CaptainDooRight
April 16th 2013


29131 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

now I wouldn't say 'Mother Man' is the best track here by any means because it's pretty airy and I see it as more of a jazz track with very little dm in it except for a few riffs and the vocals style or approach. In fact many of the riffs on this track could be passed for thrash, making this track like a hybrid of jazz thrash and dm. I really like the emotional feel of the distortion drop at 3:22 where the bass becomes fully prominent and the transition into the solo and ending riffs are just perfect and then boom with 20 second left of the track we're transitioned into another random drop and tempo change with fade outs from chirping birds. cool stuff

evilford
April 16th 2013


22557 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

riffs

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evilford
April 16th 2013


22557 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

drumz

evilford
April 16th 2013


22557 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

errthang

album's pretty close to perfect imo

CaptainDooRight
April 16th 2013


29131 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

analyze with me ford, it'd be nice to dissect one of the most profound albums of all time

CaptainDooRight
April 16th 2013


29131 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

neck, i know there's like way too much to dissect

evilford
April 16th 2013


22557 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

hm yeah sorry man I'm not that great at dissection...but I can say that steve flynn can play some goddamn drums

CaptainDooRight
April 16th 2013


29131 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

so hard that hi-hat work is simply redic hard, besides everything else haha

CaptainDooRight
April 16th 2013


29131 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

ok dam I've literally already listened to this like 8 times today since I woke up

gonna jam something else now



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