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Willie
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June 24th 2010


15976 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Rhys Fulber isn't on this particular album. Check out Millennium for his best work with this band.

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Meatplow
June 24th 2010


5524 Comments


answer my question nutsack

Willie
Moderator
June 24th 2010


15976 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

ha ha. Fuck. I… uh… will tomorrow before work (I'll check out the Myspace, at least).

BassDemon333
June 24th 2010


3377 Comments


Never heard of these guys, but I think i'm gonna give them a listen. I just got Artificial Soldier. Good review.

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Awesomesauce
June 24th 2010


1084 Comments


I see. I'll still man up and check this out though.

SatansLittleHelper
June 24th 2010


192 Comments


Ok so how exactly is this metal

anotherdeadjuliet
June 24th 2010


263 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

No one said it was metal, it's industrial with heavy guitar riffs.


Conjure One sounds nothing like Frontline Assembly; more akin to an even poppier version of their
other side act, Delerium.

Willie
Moderator
June 24th 2010


15976 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

@SatansLittleHelper: if you're referring to the genre that they have this band under, it's as good as it's going to get under the current system.

Yeah, Conjure One and Delerium are pretty similar. Also, both of them are coming out with new albums soon.

AggravatedYeti
June 24th 2010


7685 Comments


^ and hopefully it won't be Nuages pt. 2

Willie
Moderator
June 24th 2010


15976 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I have a feeling that the Delerium one is going to be worse than Nuages. Have you heard the single from it?

AggravatedYeti
June 24th 2010


7685 Comments


nope, since Nuages I've been keeping myself separate from their new material.
but that bad huh?

Willie
Moderator
June 24th 2010


15976 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Yeah. Go to their Myspace if you'd like to lower your expectations even more.

SatansLittleHelper
June 24th 2010


192 Comments


Im finding it hard to enjoy, but i am trying, dnt be writing me off muthfuka

AggravatedYeti
June 24th 2010


7685 Comments


Go to their Myspace if you'd like to lower your expectations even more.

well if it is just this lame remix album they've got plastered all over their MySpace then it will most certainly suck.

Tho this 'Dust In Gravity' Remix is not the worst thing I've ever heard

Willie
Moderator
June 24th 2010


15976 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I'm referring to the 'Dust in Gravity' song that is supposed to come from the upcoming studio album.

Im finding it hard to enjoy, but i am trying, dnt be writing me off muthfuka
Ha ha. I'd suggest trying Front Line Assembly's album Millennium. It has Rhys Fulber in it and riffs sampled from Pantera, Sepultura, and Metallica…as well as original riffs written and played by Devin Townsend.

AggravatedYeti
June 24th 2010


7685 Comments


I'm referring to the 'Dust in Gravity' song that is supposed to come from the upcoming studio album.


god damn it why does the normal song have to suck so much more?! Where are the hooks?
Oh well, at least they had a great run for 10ish years.

Willie
Moderator
June 24th 2010


15976 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Yep, exactly what I was thinking. Maybe Rhys will step up with Conjure One.

pride
June 24th 2010


227 Comments


I've never heard of this before bit sounds like something I'd enjoy.
I'll definitely have to check it out in the future, nice review.

Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
June 25th 2010


8357 Comments


All I've heard from this band has been mediocre, but it's very mucha possibility that I have been checking out the wrong albums due to the band's huge back catalogue (for example, I definitely haven't heard your endorsed Millenium).

So I'm absoluetly gonna leave it up to you or Plow to call whether or not I would like this

Willie
Moderator
June 25th 2010


15976 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

You could potentially like Millennium, but this it's definitely electro/industrial metal so don't go into it expecting some metal band with industrial influences or anything.



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