Job for a Cowboy Ruination
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MasterFryMan
July 4th 2009


3 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Decent death metal album. Boring, but at least listenable unlike Doom.



SylentEcho
July 4th 2009


1570 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

What? This album is boring! All the songs sound the same. Nothing really stands out. His vocals are downright annoying at times, which has never happened before. Jonny's always been a good vocalist.

MTTS
July 4th 2009


69 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

Wasn't a bad listen, but honestly I've gone through the album at least 5 times and I never have any lasting remnants of songs stuck in my head. It's not bad, or good, it just fades into the recess of nothingness....

genericnamelol
July 4th 2009


49 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Exactly Countorus. Several of the people claiming that it's repetitive haven't listened to it more than a few times. According to iTunes, I had listened to each song at least 33 times before I actually wrote the review. Keep in mind the album actually leaked a couple weeks back, and I've been listening to it ever since. Regardless, I still don't see it as being an incredible album.

SylentEcho
July 5th 2009


1570 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

Nothing takes that long to get into. It's not that complex. If you listen to a Rick Astley album 33 times, you're bound to like a few songs. :P

Motiv3
July 5th 2009


8938 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

Decapitated > job for a cowboy.

syco722
July 5th 2009


492 Comments


Hollier is right on the moneyyy. Decapitated effing ownz

SylentEcho
July 5th 2009


1570 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

also tits.

genericnamelol
July 5th 2009


49 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Thought we had already been over this, Decapitated is hands down better than JFAC. I don't think anyone has said otherwise :>.

Pebster49
July 7th 2009


2992 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

After listening to this 3 times the songs really get tiresome. There's hardly in variation on types of riffs or structure. While they got better talent wise, they got worse song writeing wise. I enjoyed their last album much much more.

TrojanWhore
July 7th 2009


752 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

I think a lot of people hate JFAC because they're popular in the scene, rather than crediting them with respect for making music that they enjoy (and aren't bad at all in doing so) and not giving a fuck about what a bunch of people on the internet think about them.

No biggie.

BassDemon333
July 7th 2009


3383 Comments


...another album that I have that I havent listened to yet lol. JFAC have been so hard for me to get into, if this album is anything like Genesis idk if i'll like it

cjgone
July 8th 2009


766 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Not because they're popular-- I listen to pop and rock without a problem. This album is just very repetitive. Listen to a tech album like the Faceless or Spawn of possession. Changing song structures from song to song.

Hopig213
July 8th 2009


4 Comments


This album is a good one but after half of the album it seems like JFAC got tired and just stopped. Because the first 5 tracks are great (except "Summon The Hounds"). I wish the album had continued that way.
I think JFAC will make better albums in the future, because this is the first album they make with the new members of the band (Jon Rice, Al Glassman)

NatureSaviour
July 9th 2009


8 Comments


I agree. They have come a long long long way. It is much better than genesis in every way notable.

cirq
July 11th 2009


9264 Comments


rrraaaaaaaahhhhhhh

trilogique
July 12th 2009


246 Comments


Meh. Same shit, different album name.

A little better than Genesis.

cvlts
July 12th 2009


8960 Comments


im really diggin this album actually... how weird does that make mee?lol

trilogique
July 12th 2009


246 Comments


I wish they'd write some non-repetitive music. They can definitely play.



Zip
July 13th 2009


5312 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I actually bought the album... and I'm impressed.



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