Born Of Osiris The Discovery
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playswithpassion
March 23rd 2011



275 Comments


I just listened to it yesterday and I was really surprised...I was just about to write these guys off but then they decided to make a good album finally.

pos'd.



Tyrael
March 23rd 2011



20394 Comments


Oh yeah this rules.

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Apollo
March 23rd 2011



10083 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0 | Sound Off

It is not climactic and you know it.

Exoplanet is amazing Blake, I listen to it on a weekly basis. It's possibly my favorite 'metal' record of 2010 so I hear ya.



bloc
March 23rd 2011



34489 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

Exoplanet is a tad more enjoyable that this, I agree.

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Apollo
March 23rd 2011



10083 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0 | Sound Off

"Exoplanet is a tad more enjoyable that this, I agree'

Exoplanet has a lot more emotion and power behind the music. The crescendos in Oscillator and Flourish blow me away every time. Some of the most powerful moments in metal I've ever heard.

Inveigh
March 23rd 2011



24178 Comments


yeah Exoplanet was right behind Immolation, Thou and Atheist last year as my favorite metal album (not counting stuff like TDEP and Kvelertak)

it definitely rules

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bloc
March 23rd 2011



34489 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

A Higher Place kills them both though



BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Inveigh
March 23rd 2011



24178 Comments


actually, scratch that -- forgot how much good metal came out last year!

Rosetta, High on Fire, Intronaut and Woe were all 2010 too...

djunior
March 23rd 2011



615 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I guess Im too much of a n00b for this.

The guitars are great at times, but just because something has technical parts doesn't make it good. The keys are really overdone and annoying. It completely kills it for me. The Contortionist blows this shit out of the water. Them and The Red Chord are still the only ones doing deathcore justice imo.

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Psychopathologist
March 23rd 2011



1924 Comments


nothing wrong with not loving terrible overrated scene music

feedhertothesharks
March 23rd 2011



144 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

fucking awesome album

ZippaThaRippa
March 23rd 2011



2354 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

The marimba voices are deliciously cheesy

Nomos
March 23rd 2011



745 Comments


Can you explain which effect that is? Googling doesn't bring up much D:


Just finished my third listen. It's somehow not as bad as I thought it would be after several listens. I expected to get bored, but the keyboards, melody, and neat atmosphere give it some replay value. I think I like that the most - the keyboards and ambience. Even though it can seem cheesy, it just gives it that much more depth.

ZippaThaRippa
March 23rd 2011



2354 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Marimba man. the vibey kind of sounds. You know? I don't know how to explain it. youtube marimba or something

toolguitarkid
March 23rd 2011



258 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

step in the right direction for Born of Osiris, but still weak compared to others. tone is absolutely horrible though.

MO
March 23rd 2011



17332 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

great review

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marksellsuswallets
March 23rd 2011



4848 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Just as bad all of their other albums...

Psychopathologist
March 23rd 2011



1924 Comments


no THIS IS THE YEAR OF THE OSIRIS

ZippaThaRippa
March 23rd 2011



2354 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Mark...sells...us...wallets... oh my god
I REMEMBER BACK WHEN YOU WERE DIABEETUS

Spec
March 23rd 2011



26825 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Wasn't planning to listen to this but I will now.



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