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Confessed2005
March 1st 2008


3314 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Yeah, same to me. A move into some supremely impressive technical territory.

^^^Yeah, Nightmares owned so hard but Ruin was still brilliant. Took a long time to grow on me though.

DBlitz
March 1st 2008


1690 Comments


Took a long time to grow on me though.

Same with me

Confessed2005
March 1st 2008


3314 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Seeing JT live this May will be awesome.

DBlitz - for 12 years old, you certainly know your stuff.

DBlitz
March 1st 2008


1690 Comments


I'm turning 15 this month...

*looks around my profile to see where it says I'm 12*

DWittisarockstar
March 1st 2008


1501 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I can't find this anywhere

DBlitz
March 1st 2008


1690 Comments


Whats your e-mail?This Message Edited On 03.01.08

spoon_of_grimbo
March 8th 2008


2241 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

DWitt, assuming DBlitz hasn't emailed u the tracks, i'm pretty sure this album's on amazon, and i can't remember the last time i went into a HMV that didn't have it in.

DWittisarockstar
March 8th 2008


1501 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I have it now. I've only listened to the first couple of tracks, but I really like it. I need to give it a full listen in the near future.

spoon_of_grimbo
March 8th 2008


2241 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

it's definitely one of those that benefits from a full listen-through of the whole album. which is kinda unusual for a metalcore album, but still. hope you enjoy it!

DBlitz
March 9th 2008


1690 Comments


Its a freaking awesome album. Could anyone review their debut? Thats awesome as well.

HighandDriving
March 26th 2008


3288 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Too bad, it was a sick show/line up.

2muchket!
April 23rd 2008


900 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

this album's pretty excellent imo

JT and Architects are my two favourite modern metalcore bands by a mile.

Cant wait for the new album either, Death Rides is good. More hardcore but with some nicer technical parts.

DBlitz
April 23rd 2008


1690 Comments


I find it amusing that Architects' first album was influenced by this album and now Johnny Truant's new album is influenced by Architects' second album "Ruin".

Hopefully all tracks aren't like Death Rides, I like the song but don't want the whole album to be more hardcore orientated.

Only over a month before its out.

HighandDriving
April 23rd 2008


3288 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Death Rides will be better then Ruin, mark my words.

DBlitz
April 23rd 2008


1690 Comments


Death Ride is just the one song though, new album is called "No Tears For The Creatures". And I think it can match it and probably surpass it

HighandDriving
April 23rd 2008


3288 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Lol don't know why I typed death rides.

2muchket!
April 24th 2008


900 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I suppose the reason Architects' first album was influenced by this album and now Johnny Truant's new album is influenced by Architects' Ruin is prolly due to the band's being mates.

Plus theres more of a general metalcore sound being created in and around brighton. JT, architects and Centurion are good examples of it.



botb
April 24th 2008


9673 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

they remind me of parway drive but a bit more grindier


this and the fact they are produced by adam d. have peaked my interest substantially.

spoon_of_grimbo
April 24th 2008


2241 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

theyve got a new video just finished for "death rides" off the new album... i hadn't thought much of it when i heard it on their myspace a while back, but it's grown on me a lot now, i'm looking forward to "no tears for the creatures" now!

botb
April 24th 2008


9673 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This is pretty darn brutal.



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