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Rev
March 22nd 2011


9431 Comments


If this has shit production then I don't even know anymore

Illusionsx
March 22nd 2011


95 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

sounds fine to me

VeilOfOsiris
March 22nd 2011


380 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

UGH best album in the planet,

this is what tore off the faces of the faceless.
this is why MAYA hides behind a VEIL,
this is the reason why after the burial was buried,
this is the reason why we came upon a BURNING body,
this is why they SEE STARS.


/end rant

Illusionsx
March 22nd 2011


95 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

how long did it take you to right that

VeilOfOsiris
March 22nd 2011


380 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

2 mins

Motiv3
March 22nd 2011


8938 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

lol 4.5-5 is a bit over the top for this record. Having said that im very surprised by how good this is. Shits all over PTH and THA's newest (inc. hate).

NeutralThunder12
March 22nd 2011


8742 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

doesnt shit on them but yeah this is my fave metal of the year so far along with scale the summit

04rumbola
March 22nd 2011


19 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Thanks Apollo - it's my first review haha, I just screwed this up and posted it twice somehow (I'm not sure how to delete the first one).

But... the production sounds fine to me? :/ I much prefer this guitar tone to A Higher Place.

And for the record... I'm really not a Sumerian fanboy :P Hence the beginning of the review. I'm a massive TCMC fan, but other than that... mehh. That's why I was so surprised by this album.

zaruyache
March 22nd 2011


6596 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I like this and I generally dislike trendy deathcore crap, but this is not crap. lolwut? Exactly. It's pretty surprising considering the rest of their discography is pretty mediocre.

Digging: Natural Snow Buildings - The Night Country

bloc
March 22nd 2011


34872 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

Album fucking rips

But I actually enjoy A Higher Place a lot more than this

ButcheredChildren
March 22nd 2011


5591 Comments


Highlight of the album : Track #15 "Behold"

listen to this track and there is no reason for you to listen to the rest of the album

zuzek
March 22nd 2011


750 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Richardson does so much for this band. Behold rips, but there are many great tunes here. Negs are meh production, tacky keyboards (although to be fair theres tasty tasty shit too) and the br00talz is overreaching sometimes.

Polymath
March 22nd 2011


3836 Comments


This is pretty damn average

And Sonic this actually is mall metal lol, so many generic breakdowns and the drumming is even worse, just the typical breecore double bass

Scoot
March 22nd 2011


17773 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

best solo on the album is in disillusionment

i'm learning it right now and it's fucking hard

climactic
March 22nd 2011


19122 Comments


the mallcore kids will eat it up, but its still a legitimately good record.

Digging: Bolzer - Soma

Illusionsx
March 22nd 2011


95 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off


Which at-least means I can talk about music with my friends lol


tannnnertots
March 22nd 2011


16 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

If this bands keyboardist was less wanky and if The Contortionist didn't exist, this would be a 4.5.

Scoot
March 22nd 2011


17773 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

contortionist is better than this

Erratic
March 22nd 2011


1120 Comments


I didn't like their other stuff. Should I listen to this?

TheFantasticDangler
March 22nd 2011


1159 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Yeah, these guys are nowhere near The Contortionist

Digging: Finch (US) - Say Hello to Sunshine



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