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KILL
June 29th 2012



70537 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

agreed

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HSThomas
June 29th 2012



668 Comments


lol

MyWife
June 29th 2012



367 Comments


cant wait for nagrarok to review this in 25 years, prog has always been his specialty

DatBeefPudding
June 29th 2012



1237 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

31639 troll comments and counting, i see KILL?

peartnoy
June 30th 2012



1153 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Yes aside from a couple riffs they sound a lot different than Meshuggah.
Meshuggah would never write songs like Erised or Scarlet.

ChuckyTruant
June 30th 2012



15700 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

Kill isn't troll haha

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erandolph90
June 30th 2012



184 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Much improved over the complete chug-fest debut I say. Not perfect, I should probably drop it to a 3.5, but I love "Ragnarok" and "Erised" too much to do it right now.

RosaParks
June 30th 2012



14592 Comments


agreed

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
June 30th 2012



20622 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

any news on when Juggernaut is gonna come out?

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painthethane
July 1st 2012



76 Comments


Still unsure of my final rating. This album reminds me of the evolution of metal. We all would agree that Ozzy, Dio, Judas Priest, Megadeath are all metal. While Periphery has no reason to be in that list, or even comparable, they seem to have been heavily inspired by the combination of aggressive music and actual singing.

Regardless if you judge them by their guitar tone/djentness, or "emo/linkin park" vocals they are proficient at what they do. They write fun, aggressive music. It can be the soundtrack to just about anything, because it doesn't take itself too seriously. My five year old bobs his head to this. They have done something right.

Waior
July 1st 2012



11425 Comments


the clean vocals are actually good

the melodies aren't but his voice is tenfold better

Tyrael
July 1st 2012



20725 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Yes Waoir yes!

peartnoy
July 1st 2012



1153 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I like the vocal melodies haha.

synysterdjs
July 1st 2012



101 Comments


Excellent review, Joe. Have this on iTunes but I've got to revisit the predecessor and the EP before listening to that.

Durrzo
July 1st 2012



1074 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I like the vocal melodies, I know they get a little off track sometimes but it's just fun to hear him really making an effort to make his performance as interesting as possible.


Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
July 1st 2012



20622 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

most melodies are good but after like 10 listens the vocals become kind of annoying, considering hes singing practically the whole damn time.

Kronzo
July 1st 2012



991 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

The Gods Must Be Crazy is one of my favourites off the album, other than that I agree with most of this review

iambandersnatch
July 1st 2012



1464 Comments


First impression of this after just one listen was this is slightly better than the first album. Should be interesting to see if I like it more or less w/ time

KSK1
July 1st 2012



4070 Comments


I liked KILL's review better.

DatBeefPudding
July 2nd 2012



1237 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

this album is really good. the harsh vocals in a few segments are absolutely killer! extremely pissed off sounding, reminds me of Beheading of a King in a few ways but obviously 2 different sounding screamers.



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