Born Of Osiris The Discovery
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MacWeener
March 23rd 2011



288 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Also 1337Kellx, what are you even thinking, "A Higher Place>this" are you insane? Answer = yes

CrypticMorning
March 23rd 2011



56 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I'm digging this a lot. It started out as hovering around a 3 but more and more of the songs are growing on me the more I listen to it so I moved it up to a 4. Ridiculously huge improvement over a higher place. The only part about these guys that still bothers me is the vocals. I loved them on The New Reign, but ever since A Higher Place I haven't been able to stand them. Still, the instrumentals make up for it in my opinion.

thiefriverfallstv
March 23rd 2011



1 Comments


"Forget the Born of Osiris you know. They started out playing their own brand of technical deathcore notable for melodic keyboard interludes - a breath of fresh air but nothing spectacular, especially in terms of musicmanship" im sorry but eat my ass, have you ever herd of time changes, plyrythyms? there first album was full of them and do you know how goddamn hard it is to do that shit? they have always had great musician ship. the drums? amazing. that right there made me think your full of shit.

Winsomniac
March 23rd 2011



7940 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

GOD FUCKING DAMMIT I WAS GONNA REVIEW THIS.

FearThyEvil9
March 23rd 2011



11334 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

It's amazing how much improvement was shown coming from A Higher Place to this. Glad to see these guys go in a much better direction. Hopefully this continues to happen.

1337Kellx
March 24th 2011



585 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

I've had a few people agree with me so i'm not completely insane. I just like A Higher Place a lot more i feel like its really underrated

dogmaster
March 24th 2011



74 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

15 songs? what the shit?

FirstLight
March 24th 2011



17 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

this isn't that good, come on guys

jake20589
March 24th 2011



82 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

1. Totally stole Dark Tranquility's keyboardist.
2. Mixing sucks. Not enough definition of guitars. Tones are unclear.

Other than that, a step forward no doubt. I really wish it was mixed better though.

bloc
March 24th 2011



34491 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

I liked how raw A Higher Place was

Digging: He Is Legend - I Am Hollywood

climactic
March 24th 2011



17223 Comments


a higher place is pretty awesome

Dev518
March 24th 2011



570 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

How many breakdowns are in this album?

LVtune
March 25th 2011



4 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

I really liked A Higher Place.. The production on it was bad but i still really like that album. A lot of guitar riffs well worth getting down and adding to your stash of stuff to shred on.

1337Kellx
March 25th 2011



585 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

The screams on a higher place were the bee's knee's

TheRemnant
March 25th 2011



39 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Wow, the atmosphere this album creates is pretty cool, even if it may sound a bit strange at times. The vocals are decent too. Haven't listened to it much, but so far Born of Osiris has kept my interest.

G3N3R1C
March 25th 2011



1945 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Seriously can't believe that a fucking Born Of Osiris album is #1 on the current Most Popular Albums chart on here. D:

But hey, i won't complain. This actually is pretty good.

saucy
March 25th 2011



342 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

lol lets get that ass in here who counted all of the breakdowns off Wormwood

HaydenDyson
March 25th 2011



1019 Comments


This is like Colors by between the buried and me

MalleusMaleficarum
March 25th 2011



12196 Comments


lmao

Nocha81590
March 25th 2011



24 Comments


Took me quite a few listens...but this is excellent



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