Through the Eyes of the Dead Skepsis
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Slimjim367
February 5th 2010


512 Comments


i never found these guys too interesting except for their drums
suggestions?

asaf
February 5th 2010


885 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

yeah, turn it up a little louder... j/k

try getting into premonitions of war "left in kowloon" and then come back to this.

iamthenightmare
February 5th 2010


754 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

i think this is the first deathcore(ish) album that has grown on me rather than completely lose its steam after a week

asaf
February 6th 2010


885 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

this is more of a cannibal corpse "evisceration plague" than a deathcore release...

xTevinx
February 7th 2010


104 Comments


I really like this album. I'm in between on the vocals though.

Coronaguitar
February 10th 2010


1 Comments


Bloodlust is really the only listenable album all the way through (to me of course..ha) I see bloodlust as their rise, malice kept them relevant and touring, and Skepsis will be their way down unless they can make their next album half-way interesting

bloozclooz
February 16th 2010


1770 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

This album has nothing interesting to it. the vocals are monotonous dinosaur vox, and the breakdowns are only enjoyable on "perpetual defilement". they've succumbed to the deathcore trend, while many deathcore bands are pulling themselves out of that. lol

WARisalliknow91
February 18th 2010


493 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Album is fun and the drummer is a monster.

SlightlyEpic
February 18th 2010


5780 Comments


monotonous dinosaur vox sounds awesome

taskeen1989
March 4th 2010


21 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

The vocals sound quite similiar to the black dahlia murder, IMO

Unskathed123
March 22nd 2010


368 Comments


I can't believe so many people like the vocals on Bloodlust. That vocalist is the reason why I deleted Bloodlust from my library and never got it back. He was terrible and the effects on his voice were so annoying. Nate Johnson and this dude are 10x better.

If Nate Johnson was on this album, it'd be that much better.

brutebeard
July 19th 2010


1655 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Nate Johnson trumps... what band is he with now? TTEOTD is one of the decent deathcores of today

Imperial
December 1st 2010


1731 Comments


The vocals sound quite similiar to the black dahlia murder, IMO

the whole album sounds like the black dahlia murder it's fucking sad how much they ripped them off with this album

FinalWord
December 12th 2010


99 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

The black dahlia murder look-alike??? I hope you are joking folks cause this aint nothing to do with TBDM...One is a great death metal (dare i say melo-death) and the other one is very generic. Liked malice more then skepsis.
BTW I kind of like (love) TBDM

Gorification
January 5th 2011


1124 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

"The black dahlia murder look-alike??? I hope you are joking" i hope youre joking when you say you cant hear the similarity. its pretty much the exact same thing, just with less annoying vocals.

ImALion
April 15th 2011


69 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Great review. Pos'd
Great album, but I thought that Malice was a decent album too
The Manifest & Siphonaptera from Within were my favorites off this release

sspedding
April 15th 2011


4762 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

defaced reality is where its at.

iliketherain
July 22nd 2011


52 Comments


Thanks for the review.

Iamthe Nightstars
December 12th 2012


2248 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Nate Johnson was better.

Digging: Few And Far Between - Three

Shado47
February 20th 2013


12 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Pretty good review, I really like the Album. "No Haven" is such a great track and "Skepsis" is just one of the most epic tracks they ever made!
Also @sspedding I see you are "All shall perish" fan... such a nice band! I have 2 albums of them and I love both!



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