My Dying Bride The Barghest O’ Whitby
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Crysis
Staff Reviewer
December 13th 2011


16478 Comments


ooooo gotta hear this

terminusest
December 14th 2011


96 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

DarkNoctus doesn't like something that's awesome? That's a shock.

This is a true return to MDB's classics. As the Flower Withers and Turn Loose the Swans are still by FAR their best albums.

DarkNoctus
Contributing Reviewer
December 14th 2011


8940 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

is there something in your butt that you need help removing? would you like me to look? :]

Willie
Moderator
December 14th 2011


16145 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Why are you offereing to peer into some dude's hairy tunnel-o-love?

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DarkNoctus
Contributing Reviewer
December 14th 2011


8940 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

well i hope it isn't hairy :[ but i just think he has some butthurt problems, particularly aimed at me :]

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
December 14th 2011


22047 Comments


"is there something in your butt that you need help removing? would you like me to look? :]"

IT'S A TRAP DON'T FALL FOR IT :O :O

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DarkNoctus
Contributing Reviewer
December 14th 2011


8940 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

sshhhh!!! :]

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
December 14th 2011


22047 Comments


ok :s

Taoboxer9
December 18th 2011


174 Comments


To my ears the "clean singing" kills this band for me. But, due to the exceptional songwriting I still listen. MDB need karaoke versions of their albums !

Willie
Moderator
December 18th 2011


16145 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Yeah. Aaron's clean vocals were really good on Turn Loose the Swans but never again after that.

SonicDriveIn
December 18th 2011


42 Comments


WHITBY!? That's where I'm from! Albeit the Ontario version

Det_Nosnip
December 18th 2011


374 Comments


This is awesome so far, but TBH most of MDB's discography agrees with me. I love the production...it
even SOUNDS like the early albums.



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