After the Burial Rareform (Re-release)
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sspedding
December 3rd 2009


4782 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

these breakdowns are totally different to their metalcore peers.

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hykinix
December 3rd 2009


188 Comments


TOLLY!

Comatorium.
December 6th 2009


4187 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Apparently the version i had was just the original at a 320kbps as opposed to 120.

I just got the actual re-issue and...damn.

A LOT better. I knew something was up with the version i had.

The drumming is SO much improved.

bloc
December 6th 2009


35010 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

yeah, the drumming from the first one was about the worst thing ever.

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Comatorium.
December 6th 2009


4187 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

mhmmm.

Ulsufyring
December 6th 2009


1724 Comments


not different breakdowns at all i hear half of these on bleeding through

bloc
December 6th 2009


35010 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

mhmmm.

haha, i pictured a black woman.

Comatorium.
December 6th 2009


4187 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

thats right. whereismymind is a fat black bitch. not a 18 year old fat white kid.

idk, i the breakdowns seem cool to me. but hey, arent you that elitist?

poweroftheweez
December 7th 2009


1290 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

he's an old school metal type.
correct me if i'm wrong, but weren't the drums on the orig. release programmed? thought i heard somewhere that this was the first time they were recorded

Comatorium.
December 7th 2009


4187 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Idk if they were programmed. I do know ive made better beats watching porn.

(i made a funny.... ha.)

FenixZero
December 7th 2009


388 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This is one of the better albums of 2009. I'm glad they re-released it with 100x better production values. And yeah this album does sound very Meshuggah sounding at times.

bloc
December 7th 2009


35010 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

not funny styyyyyyyyyl.

but seriously, yeah, they were programmed. i swear they could have easily made them sound realistic even though they were programmed. i think they just used a really shitty patch/program.

Ulsufyring
December 7th 2009


1724 Comments


"that" elitist? i am one of several

sspedding
December 7th 2009


4782 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

where did my other pos' go? Damn..

toolguitarkid
December 17th 2009


265 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

"Ometh has an amazing solo. This band would be better if they stopped trying to be brutal because their instrumentation is really brilliant at times but it's constantly bogged down by needless breakdowns"

this.

toolguitarkid
December 17th 2009


265 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

"solos are fine but YOU are "seriously drunk" if you think they are the best in metal or anywhere close

we're against "that style of breakdown" because we've heard them A THOUSAND FUCKING TIMES."

over 9000 fucking times***

Mdetelj
December 20th 2009


14 Comments


To what you say about Meshugga going out of time a majority of the time, they actually play A LOT in four four, but syncopate the rhythms. Not too bad, though, and I am glad you reviewed this. The production of the first CD pushed me away from listening to anything other than Aspirations, ha.

Phantom
December 20th 2009


8930 Comments


hup dup derp derp

syncopation and polyrhythms really aren't big things any more seeing as even most shitty metalcore bands have caught on and decided it's cool to use them to sound 'progressive'. I mean...I'm pretty sure Emmure do.

Xplisit
December 20th 2009


1646 Comments


Aspirations and Ometh are the best on here

bloc
December 20th 2009


35010 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

yeah, those two songs rock, especially the leads



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