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Owantjaaaa
July 1st 2012


3565 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

I honestly love this album, its in my eyes far from generic. Its different and we need more difference in today's music.


explain to me what's different about this

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KSK1
July 1st 2012


4099 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Yeah it's basically The Hollow v2.

chesse13
July 1st 2012


4400 Comments


Cowbell's making a comeback

KILL
July 2nd 2012


73904 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

rocks

ChuckyTruant
July 2nd 2012


15728 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

"Yeah it's basically The Hollow v2."



except worse.



sup KILL

dathvada321
July 2nd 2012


1456 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

I still like this better than the Hollow

Popabubb
July 2nd 2012


62 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Sooooo generic. Sleepwalking was great and the Hollow was good even though they mostly dropped the southern twang. I had high hopes for this and it just, well...is so damn generic. All the songs just blend together and nothing really stands out.

timquiros
July 3rd 2012


30 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Yes, this album is generic, but damn, this album is MONSTER! I just can't find any reason to dislike this. Passionate vocals/screams, lyrics makes sense and personal, intense instrumentals, awesome production.

Havey
July 3rd 2012


9969 Comments


Passionate vocals/screams, lyrics makes sense and personal, intense instrumentals, awesome production.


Doesn't warrant a 5

FrozenVain
July 4th 2012


2592 Comments


album cover is ass

album is good though, I guess...need listen I more



Azn.
July 5th 2012


5618 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5 | Sound Off

This album is disappointingly boring. And it also happens to be ridiculously overrated.

Azn.
July 5th 2012


5618 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5 | Sound Off

"Fortunately, for every 10 or so of said elitists, there always seems to be somebody who brings up an oh-so important and incredibly overlooked point; if the songs are concise, played well, and enjoyable, then what exactly is the problem with this (over-exaggerated) genericism?"



Because it's generic, it's boring. It's nothing new. I agree that it's played well, concise, well-produced, etc etc, but still. I doubt that this would impress anyone who has enough exposure to this genre.

sspedding
July 5th 2012


4882 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

I've had more than enough exposure to metalcore, particularly of this sort and I find it pretty good. Though I can see why people would find it boring.

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Azn.
July 5th 2012


5618 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5 | Sound Off

I dunno, maybe it's just that I need to give this more listens...



So far though, my impression of this is that it is very bland.

wacknizzle
July 5th 2012


13895 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

It's not really that it's boring it's just immature mostly lyrically, the first half is really good but it gets tiresome towards the end. It's just catchy, not much else. I might lower my rating.

Digging: Rune - The End Of Nothing

TylerOnFire
July 5th 2012


318 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

This album was expected to be their best yet, but that's shit

Azn.
July 5th 2012


5618 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5 | Sound Off

^Their best yet was Sleepwalking. And I doubt that will ever change.

lucasjcockcroft
July 7th 2012


3718 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Ghost In The Mirror>everything they will ever do

SourAK
July 11th 2012


1629 Comments


Didn't make as much of a splash as The Hollow, but it was an improvement in a lot of ways. Can't stop listening.

JackSparrow
July 11th 2012


1686 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

This album could have been a lot better. It sounds a lot similar to The Hollow but is way too over-produced and the lyrics are nowhere near as good as songs like "The Victim"



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