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AngelofDeath
Staff Reviewer
November 5th 2011


16138 Comments


No, brutal death metal is just gay.

I think a 3/3.5 would've been sufficient for this.

Crysis
Staff Reviewer
November 5th 2011


16771 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Isn't "brutal death metal" much more redundant?




Never said it wasn't



I would say bands like Disma are just as atmospheric as bands like Ulcerate. Granted, the atmosphere is completely different but that's not to say it isn't strong in both.

bloc
November 5th 2011


35432 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Reminds me I still have to listen to this

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
November 5th 2011


31936 Comments


dgaf about atmosphere but shit rules

Digging: ASC - Imagine The Future

seedofnothing
November 5th 2011


3425 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

album is meh, average at best



boring to listen too



generic sounding and weak vibe



dont hate, its true



if you like it, then you do



im on to bigger and better things

Inveigh
November 5th 2011


25529 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

I would say bands like Disma are just as atmospheric as bands like Ulcerate. Granted, the atmosphere is completely different but that's not to say it isn't strong in both.


I mean yeah I guess you're right but the reason I originally brought up the "atmospheric death metal" tag was just in an attempt to classify the bands like this and Ulcerate -- because they obviously have a unique sound inside of death metal.



There's probably a better term for it I just don't know what it is, so that's what I was rolling with for now.

Digging: Elder (USA-MA) - Lore

Hawks
November 6th 2011


37560 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Nice to see this was reviewed. Good job Wiz. Album rules.

Digging: Cradle of Filth - Hammer of the Witches

ShadowRemains
November 6th 2011


22302 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

album is meh, average at best



boring to listen too



generic sounding and weak vibe



dont hate, its true



if you like it, then you do



im on to bigger and better things




ya bro sikk deathcore influences!



although this is not really "generic sounding", like at all js

Hawks
November 6th 2011


37560 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Yeah this is pretty much the exact opposite of generic.

zaruyache
November 6th 2011


9032 Comments


I don't really ugnderstand Ulcerate, so I'm assuming I'll never be able to "get" this band, either. Trying to, though.

Digging: False - Untitled

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
November 6th 2011


19648 Comments


this is much better than ulcerate

Digging: Robert Hood - Wire To Wire

Relinquished
November 6th 2011


28865 Comments


nope

Inveigh
November 6th 2011


25529 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

every song on this is fucking great, I know A Thimble's Worth and In Vivid Monochrome get a lot of

love (for good reason) but I think my favorites are The Prospects of Rejection and Momentary Senses.



but no, not better than Ulcerate.

Relinquished
November 6th 2011


28865 Comments


even though this band and Ulcerate sound somewhat different, Everything Is Fire beats this.

Inveigh
November 6th 2011


25529 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

yeah it does



I might like Destroyers of All a bit more than this too

Ire
November 6th 2011


41859 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I like this more than Everything Is Fire but they're both great.

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
November 6th 2011


19648 Comments


the production alone gives this an edge for me

Hawks
November 6th 2011


37560 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Everything is Fire > this > The Destroyers of All

Ire
November 6th 2011


41859 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

better stay off that ankle, hocks.

Hawks
November 6th 2011


37560 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I know. :[



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