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iFghtffyrdmns
September 14th 2011


7047 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

i love what you turned page 3 of the thread into potato.
good job buddy

Eulogize
September 14th 2011


2969 Comments


"yeah, people need to realize that putting those stupid fucking ads on sputnik hurts them, doesn't help them at all."

Bad press is better than no press.

DinoX
September 14th 2011


3582 Comments


get adblock on your computer.

pmmets07
September 14th 2011


5883 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

i definitely think the alice cooper ad is more painful than wcar. however, i think we can all agree that the tank thong > all

Recspecs
September 14th 2011


9829 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

Okay where is this ad? I'm not seeing anything like that at all anywhere haha

HotKogan
September 14th 2011


15 Comments


Album is straight up trash

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
September 14th 2011


21967 Comments


it sometimes appears at the banner slot at the top of the page. I have alice cooper at the moment

SHAKEandBAKE
September 14th 2011


1310 Comments


The screamer is one of the best live vocalists I've seen. The singer, on the other hand, is atrocious.

Recspecs
September 14th 2011


9829 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

All I'm getting is the same damn Motown ad

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
September 14th 2011


21967 Comments


it's the big one under the main stuff for sputnik where it says "home" and "charts" etc

Spec
September 14th 2011


27179 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

Can't wait until the Nickelback ads start showing up.

twlichty
September 14th 2011


3408 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0 | Sound Off

this is so bad

WPGhxc
September 14th 2011


14 Comments


I'm seeing these guys in a few days..

I'm scared that their singer is going to ruin them live. I mean.. he uses so much damn autotune that he must be pretty awful.

RosaParks
September 14th 2011


14912 Comments


he is awful
but so is the rest of the band

cameron432
September 14th 2011


6 Comments


I have to say. I saw them yesterday. He improved so goddamn much. The autotune is obvious, but live, he's actually, well, good. Not anything special, but he does his job well enough for the rest of the band to kick ass live.

When I saw them in January, he sucked ass. When I saw them last August, he sucked ass.

HotKogan
September 15th 2011


15 Comments


incredible album. Anyone agree?

pjquinones747
September 15th 2011


765 Comments


This review, nah. Your review was boring and while I understood your points, I didn't find myself putting any of your accusations to examples within the songs. And personally I favor a review with a stronger vocabulary. I'll have a high school student write me a review on this and maybe he'll top you.

Love the album though.

Digging: Between the Buried and Me - The Parallax II: Future Sequence

Recspecs
September 17th 2011


9829 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

Hmm. I'm trying to figure out why my review isn't more popular when it is better written and logical. Haha just listened to HOURS of Eisley to rid my mind of any memory from this CD

TomAkaVeto
September 17th 2011


1650 Comments


they really need to kick out that singer. his wailing is atrocious. they still wouldn't be amazing without him, but they would be at least a little better.

buddhaabdi
September 17th 2011


103 Comments


Not Dissection, Bathory or Deathspell Omega...still not too bad for a post-hardcore/metalcore album these days. Catchy as balls, and the clean vocals are very solid and not as annoying as most of the bands in the genre. Still no Killswitch Engage, but much better then shit bands like Converge. Never heard the clean vocalist live, and I never will either. Bands like Dead by April is doing it better though.



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