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botb
January 23rd 2012


9983 Comments


i wish their singer wasn't such a prick hahaha

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Vespiion
February 27th 2012


1222 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Vanguard is a fantastic song.

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00mee
March 24th 2012


222 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

saw them last night, the guitarist is absolutely phenomenal.



new stuff sounds aiight

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
May 25th 2012


10448 Comments


Yeah, Vanguard and A Night At The Spleen are especially great.

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wacknizzle
May 25th 2012


13734 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

The 1st half of this album is an awesome line-up of songs, I like the 2nd half alot too cuz it has a more experimental feel.



Def gonna be jammin sum CIM soon, ultimate summer music.

illeBalti
June 28th 2012


1 Comments


Just had to comment on all the TMV comparisons, yes, the vocalist sounds pretty much identical to cedric HOWEVER (yeah a pretty massive however), the music is nothing like TMV man! It's precise and tight (vs all over the place TMV), they stick to varying up their guitar tones (whereas TMV has all sorts of instrumentation flowing out of their t*ts), they're catchy (TMV manages this one in every 30 tracks), their songwriting is far less chromatic while still remaining progressive (TMV again is just all over the place)

That said, I do love TMV, but seriously guys, just because they have similar sounding vocalists, does not by any means put them in as a TMV rip off (really??), far from it. Great sound, great technique, great songwriting, bloody solid album

sixdegrees
June 28th 2012


18431 Comments


yeah, I agree. No one was really calling them a rip off though.

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wacknizzle
July 13th 2012


13734 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

CIM rules DooRight, get the Penance & Patience Ep as well, it's amazing.

D41V30N
August 3rd 2012


949 Comments


dig

AmericnZero02
August 4th 2012


3397 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

What wacknizzle said. Here's to Entropy, Sweet#hart, and A Night at the Spleen are probably my favorites.

UnnamedOcean
August 4th 2012


3982 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

This really grew off me. It was very good at first but after a year or so it doesn't have the staying power for me.

AmericnZero02
August 8th 2012


3397 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

^Try listening to the final chorus in Arecibo Message again.

masochistic
August 28th 2012


3 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

It had the opposite effect on me unnamedocean. It took me awhile to truly enjoy this, but now I can listen to it practically whenever.

Pathogenic
September 7th 2012


20 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Such a slick band. Everything works wonders together. Blistering guitar work and great drums. POP SOUND DONE EXTREAMLY WELL!

mindleviticus
September 30th 2012


8425 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

This is so good. A Night at the Spleen is such a perfect song.

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Yazz_Flute
September 30th 2012


18913 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0































































































IT NEVER ENDS

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JackSparrow
October 12th 2012


1686 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

God this is so good. Sweet#Hart gets stuck in my head after one second

Cipieron
October 19th 2012


3508 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

how did i not find these guys till now?



just bought a hard copy of this on half.com

Yazz_Flute
October 19th 2012


18913 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Vanguard is still my favorite.

ITsHxCTOASTER
October 19th 2012


2513 Comments


I've only heard Kissing Cousins from this but I remember it being sweet



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