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Emyay
July 8th 2014


6010 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

nothing wrong with mainstream as long as its good, but thats a very tough thing to pull off imo. in waves was a great album that showed some growing pains at times but it showed promise for the future (not that i wasn't disappointed that they didn't stick with this style, but still). i still can't really wrap my head around what they were thinking with vengeance falls

chug73
July 8th 2014


1228 Comments


I think they were trying something new (nothing wrong with that) but it just doesn't suit them.
And having Drainman as a producer was an oddball choice indeed. I haven't listened to Disturbed properly since Believe (I would've been in my teens lol) so maybe I'm biased.

W1LKESY
July 13th 2014


11 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

This is their best album by a long shot. The songwriting, The musicianship, all of it was top notch. Didn't care for In Waves too much, Shogun was THE album when i was in high school. Just gone back to it as a matter of fact and how i've missed it lol. Could be based on a nostalgic opinion but still. Vengeance Falls never really clicked... I'll give it another chance.

JokineAugustus
October 7th 2014


6577 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Ya Shogun was amazing back in high school. Still a really good album in its own right

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RenegaDrifter
December 3rd 2014


202 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

The last good thing from these guys. What a shame



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