The Dear Hunter Act III: Life and Death
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minty901
March 3rd 2013


2168 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

had my itunes library on shuffle and this song came on from this album (don't remember which song) and it sounded SO whiny and emoy and his voice was just... horrible. what the hell happened to him after act 1? anyways at least he got his voice back to maturity for the color spectrum.

Notaflower
May 14th 2013


283 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I think "what it means to be alone" is one of the more interesting and better songs on this album

sixdegrees
May 14th 2013


19103 Comments


emoy


what an interesting word

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DrMaximus
May 14th 2013


10992 Comments


Emoy? I think that shall be my word of the day.

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NoSons
August 22nd 2013


111 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I think this is my favorite by them, especially within the story line. The instrumentation feels more mature, more progressive. I listened to Act I first and then Act II, but regardless this has always stood out to me. The way this album starts out defines beauty. The oracles leading into that progressive feel of In Cauda Venenum. And the twist in the story line? Beautiful

SirDrumsalot
October 23rd 2013


1679 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Just listened to this for the first time in a little while. Reminded me of how easily this could have been a 5 if it wasn't for Go Get Your Gun. Such a terrible, cheesy, terrible song...

DrMaximus
October 23rd 2013


10992 Comments


Go get your gun and let's find out what it does... shoot shoot shoot shoot!

TREO5
October 23rd 2013


1071 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

The Receiving End of Sirens need to reform. Dear Hunter wore out long ago, both TREOS cd's still get frequent plays. Casey is pretty talented but The Earth Sings... sans Casey is better than Dear Hunter.

TREO5
October 23rd 2013


1071 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

I gave this a 5?? I'm too lazy to change it but whatever. This CD was nice for the first week or so, but it got old fairly fast. Act 1 is where it is at.

Calc
October 23rd 2013


12961 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

"Dear Hunter wore out long ago"



lol

TREO5
October 24th 2013


1071 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

I got an email recently asking me to donate to a kick-starter for some symphony that Casey is writing haha. The dude is ambitious if nothing else.

Calc
December 17th 2013


12961 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

that symphony is sounding good so far....then again I dunno shit about classical music

Rowan5215
December 17th 2013


31007 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

It's a cool idea but Act 4 pls

Calc
March 8th 2014


12961 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

all three acts came in the mail wooooooo!!!

kenoalbumreview
March 16th 2015


17 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I really enjoyed this album. "Act III" is easily my favorite of the acts to be released so far. If you're a fan of this band of this type of music, be sure to check out my music blog: http://bit.ly/1vM7GZC

jmnewcomer18
April 19th 2015


3677 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Go get your gun get your gun lets find out what it does shoot shoot shoot SHOOT SHOOT!!!!!!



ashcrash9
June 15th 2015


438 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

favorite of the Acts so far

hopefully IV can top it

jmnewcomer18
June 16th 2015


3677 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

love this album. not one bad song

Rowan5215
June 16th 2015


31007 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Rowan5215

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29845 Comments

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Album Rating: 5.0



It's a cool idea but Act 4 pls

johnnydeking29
June 22nd 2015


10454 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

The Son/Father combination is astoundingly powerful, possibly the most moving thing TDH has done (although His Hands Matched His Tongue is close).



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