Fair to Midland Arrows and Anchors
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FearThyEvil
July 17th 2011


13284 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

lol some idiot actually took the time to rick roll people who mediafired this, hahahhah.



Yeah I fell for that one before.

Iluvatar
Emeritus
July 17th 2011


16089 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

"i understand the comparisons to dredg, but they're completely different. dredg doesn't perform heavy tracks like the ones present here... not anymore at least."



thats the whole point of WHY theyre different lol

beefshoes
July 17th 2011


5428 Comments


I don't know about the Mew comparisons but this is still pretty cool.


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WeepingBanana
July 17th 2011


10321 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

this is between a 3.5 and a 4



i'm just going with 3.5 to piss some people off

AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
July 17th 2011


2120 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Upping to a 4, since it's growing on me. But seriously, it still sounds like Fair to Midland emulating Tool at a lot of points.



But I can't deny that it sounds good.

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Nomos
July 18th 2011


915 Comments


I keep thinking Tool + hints of SOAD +...a little bit of everything.
Beeing listening nonstop for days.

This and Fables are both in my top 5 of all time, seriously. Great stuff.

Pulyx
July 18th 2011


21 Comments


It's weird to have these modern bands be so schizophrenic these days.
This album is all over the god damn place.

They should pick a direction and go with it.
Otherwise they'll keep sounding like a weird mix of mars volta + dream theater + Coheed and Cambria.



botb
July 18th 2011


10034 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

a weird mix of mars volta + dream theater + Coheed and Cambria.




lol wat

fsharptrit0ne
July 18th 2011


4817 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

That's pretty much the worst comparison I've ever heard

ZippaThaRippa
July 18th 2011


2477 Comments


With the exception of "Rikki Tikki Tavi"

are you completely FUCKING RETARDED

IrishJay91
July 18th 2011


688 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

huh... I don't hear a whole lot of Tool in this, except maybe in the unnecessary interlude tracks...







a weird mix of mars volta + dream theater + Coheed and Cambria.





lol wat[2]



Yazz_Flute
July 18th 2011


18929 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

This really sounds nothing like Tool, not sure where you're getting that.

FearThyEvil
July 18th 2011


13284 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Plus Tool's song structures are not like FTM at all.

LastLight
July 18th 2011


76 Comments


Yeah I got rick rolled by this

trymedude
July 18th 2011


151 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

there are a lot of tool/dream theater influences imo

XlSuBlX
July 18th 2011


6 Comments


Was looking forward to this cd for a long time... but I was very disappointed the first 2 times around listening to this. The first 2 songs just kill me... they take forever to get started. This almost reminds me of the direction thrice went in with Vheissu, a departure from their identity into something more atmospheric sounding. I hope they break out of this, this band is too good to disappoint again.

Makemebad35
July 19th 2011


786 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

From what I'm hearing, this CD sounds like it's most certainly worth getting.

Iluvatar
Emeritus
July 19th 2011


16089 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

the tool thing is in reference to the heavy riffs found in many parts of the songs being juxtaposed with the cleaner, vocal driven parts that often accompany them.

FearThyEvil
July 19th 2011


13284 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I can see it now that you put it that way.

North0House2
July 19th 2011


5920 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Ah man, I'm seriously loving this so much.

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