Bleeding Through The Great Fire
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ultradevilgod
January 31st 2012


231 Comments


Im still going to check this out, wish this is available in mediafire...i cant download the new Aborted album they blocked it because of the fuckin' PIPA/SOPA. Any websites that I can use, guys?

BallsToTheWall
January 31st 2012


44373 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

It was on mediafire yesterday.

I guess we've learned that baseball players aren't quite as potent with their lyrics as they are with their bats.

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Apollo
January 31st 2012


10307 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

"it's impressive he still sounds so good after ten years of barking and screaming when many other vocalists in the industry have lost the ability."

Corey Taylor, Chino Moreno (granted Chino does inhaled screams a lot now but compared to his Adrenaline days, he doesn't have the same range of motion) I could go on. Why exactly are you harping on this point Bleekill?

Uranium
January 31st 2012


7106 Comments


band is the epitome of average metal. honestly, not even interested.

Hawks
January 31st 2012


35824 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Solid album.

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Tyrael
January 31st 2012


20876 Comments


lol

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Hawks
January 31st 2012


35824 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Such a Ty response.

Tyrael
January 31st 2012


20876 Comments


The Great Suckage

Maniac!
January 31st 2012


26250 Comments


Good review, sir.


pos'd

Apollo
January 31st 2012


10307 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

why thank you Brandon

Quietview
January 31st 2012


13 Comments


My take after only one complete listen: I instantly thought it was better than their previous ST release, and I actually really enjoy the keys - even if they do sound similar in quite a few of the songs. The overall sound is more like their "Declaration" album mixed with the keyboard style of their last album. I will say that it's a fairly safe album for them, not really adding anything new but they, like always, refined what they do great and I do like how concise the songs are and how the album flows. I'm pleased.


scissorlocked
January 31st 2012


3510 Comments


very well-written review-pos

will give this a listen sooner or later but i think i'll find it disappointing too



asaf
January 31st 2012


885 Comments


"One notable exception is the solo in The Devil and Self Doubt which is complex and intriguing to listen to."

way to put it!

asaf
February 1st 2012


885 Comments


but seriously what is with the keyboards in final hours... THAT SHIT WAS HORRENDOUS..

cvlts
February 1st 2012


8955 Comments


yeah not that good oh well.

still gonna learn the gang vox for the ridiculous pileups that're bound to happen next time they're
around

BallsToTheWall
February 1st 2012


44373 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Trail of Seclusion is going to be that one song on the record that makes the audience go crazy like Love Lost In A Hail of Gunfire.

Spec
February 1st 2012


27170 Comments


Would love to see them live.

GnarlyShillelagh
Staff Reviewer
February 1st 2012


6109 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

good review, pos'd. The symphonic augmentation is cool, but the 8-bit/super mario-castle-levels feeling I get from it is kind of lame... But yeah this is pretty average. Couple edits to the review:

"cheating ex'sand of course"

need a space there, and should be "exes and".

Also, song titles should be in quotes, not italicized. Italics are only for the album titles.

And of course, congrats on the feature man

jimmykidd
February 1st 2012


528 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

really thought they'd try a bit harder after the disappointment of the previous album. sigh.

tkxxx7
February 1st 2012


6153 Comments


grammar is bad



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