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sexpoi
October 24th 2013



599 Comments


also, point #1 has some decent drums on it. If you haven't already listened to it you should give it a listen although it is the least refined album they've created.

Prince1993
November 19th 2013



541 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

randomly stumbled upon this... the first 7 tracks are so good.. especially Meddler and Pinata

Nikkolae
February 2nd 2014



4826 Comments


weird how much sput loves this band, i mean they have a pretty mainstream (albeit good) sound, not that i dislike them, at all, it just seems a bit odd.

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PistolPete
February 2nd 2014



3591 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

They have a pretty winning formula and for some reason know how to play it just tweaked enough each
time that it doesn't get old. They can also play heavy and soft music equally as well (despite 90% of
the songs being heavy, when they go soft it can also be epic). This was the first time in pretty much
forever though where one could listen to the album and think "they might be losing ideas".

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Spec
February 3rd 2014



27107 Comments


emim

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TrantaLocked
March 30th 2014



1511 Comments


Sorry if I offend people but this honestly sounds like slightly better Nickelback to me.

Kris.
March 30th 2014



12255 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

hahahahahaaha what

TrantaLocked
March 30th 2014



1511 Comments


Dude just play the first song on this then play anything from Nickelback. This is still better but I get a Nickelback vibe from it.

wwf
March 30th 2014



601 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Nah sorry. Not a huge fan of Chevelle's last few albums but they're definitely not Nickelback

Kris.
March 30th 2014



12255 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

there are literally no similarities between anything chevelle has done and nickelback

troll harder kid

TrantaLocked
March 30th 2014



1511 Comments


Yeah there are. The guitar tone, many of the riffs, structure. Vocals are different but could be compared. From what I listened to in high school Three Days Grace might be a better band to compare to though.

This is kind of a cool flow to it, but it is the structure that gets me. I've just heard enough of the same basic radio verse/chorus repeat. I want to hear the new album but it's not on Spotify.

fromtheinside
March 30th 2014



17999 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0 | Sound Off

i'm dying

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Kris.
March 30th 2014



12255 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

oh okay because they use the verse/chorus/verse/chorus structure (that a lot of people use), that makes them sound like nickelback

yeah






okay

Kris.
March 30th 2014



12255 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

and a ninja edit to boot!

you dumb motherfucker

TrantaLocked
March 30th 2014



1511 Comments


The basic structure with no deviations and similar length per section that has been used forever in hard rock and never changes.

Kris.
March 30th 2014



12255 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

YEP THAT MAKES THEM SOUND EXACTLY LIKE NICKELBACK AGREED

TrantaLocked
March 30th 2014



1511 Comments


Was that the only similarity I listed? Damn you are pissed.

wwf
March 30th 2014



601 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

You mean it's been done forever in everything?

And does anyone else think the guitar tone on this album and on the new album is a step down from old
Chevelle albums?

Kris.
March 30th 2014



12255 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

have you actually heard any chevelle besides this album, which is probably their weakest album to date?

i bet you haven't

you probably haven't

Kris.
March 30th 2014



12255 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

oh holy shit i just looked at your 5s, im done arguing with you hahahahahaha



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