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Wizard
September 15th 2010



19343 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

The band has played at Vacation Vinyl, a store very closely linked to Hydra Head Records.

Love it.

The production is raw and simply perfect for the sound. Thank you Kurt Ballou.

Just being a nit-pick but I think this would work better:

The production is raw and simply perfect for the sound (thank you Kurt Ballou).

Great review otherwise. I need a good ass-kicking and this will probably do the trick.


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accompliceofmydeath
September 15th 2010



4200 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I thought someone reviewed this already. Anyway, you should totally review Unbroken. life. love. regret. I assume?

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EyesWideShut
September 15th 2010



3133 Comments


damn, keep forgettin to check these dudes out.. Review is fine and Unbroken would be awesome too.

FelixCulpa
September 15th 2010



1239 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Nice that you reviewed it! They pretty fucking fantastic.

eternium
September 15th 2010



16337 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

Yes, Life. Love. Regret. Thanks for the compliments guys.

eternium
September 16th 2010



16337 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

Finally the tracklist is up. Now just gotta fix the release date.

accompliceofmydeath
September 17th 2010



4200 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

And somehow make the mail go faster so I can get a copy of this.

TBliss
September 17th 2010



987 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

just gave this a listen, gnarly stuff, awesome.

eternium
September 17th 2010



16337 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

That's one way to describe it.

cvlts
September 17th 2010



8954 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

gettin this now. love trap them so I should love this

eternium
September 17th 2010



16337 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

I'm sure you will. Tell me what you think when you're done.

cvlts
September 17th 2010



8954 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

holy shi-

eternium
September 17th 2010



16337 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

I hope that rating goes higher eventually.

cvlts
September 17th 2010



8954 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

yea 4'in this.

awesome awesome album. lovin the trap them similarities

fromtheinside
September 17th 2010



18082 Comments


oh you reviewed this, good cause i wasn't impressed enough to continually listen. they have a good, rugged sound that could become special in the coming years.

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eternium
September 17th 2010



16337 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

I really think that they'll evolve a little and get bigger. I don't know of that many bands that make
stuff like this other than Tragedy and Trap Them.

fromtheinside
September 17th 2010



18082 Comments


check out thedowngoing, lesra, and galleons though they're a bit more polished. also you have crucified? cause they do a bit of this sludge/black metal stuff

eternium
September 17th 2010



16337 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

I have Crucified. It's a little similar.

fromtheinside
September 17th 2010



18082 Comments


this is more frantic, certainly

FreePizzaDay
September 19th 2010



1526 Comments


I really think that they'll evolve a little and get bigger. I don't know of that many bands
that make
stuff like this other than Tragedy and Trap Them.


Have you checked out a lot of the other d-beat hardcore/crust punk bands? While not exactly the
same, you should check out bands like From Ashes Rise, Skitsystem, Disfear, Discharge, and His Hero
is Gone.

Anyways, band was awesome live. Only a couple dozen people came out to see them in Cinci but they
put on a great show. Easily one of the loudest live bands I've ever seen.





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