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TheMoreira
February 11th 2014


7183 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Cheers guys, i can definitely see some disjointedness on Ragnarok, which is kinda the reason i like that song less than the others. Maybe they do struggle on longer songs, but its not game breaking for me.



Periphery I was really lackluster to me, but in this particular album, the songs are very well written imo. Most connects really well.

climactic
February 11th 2014


20361 Comments


ragnarok is easily the best here, great song, MTD also

CalculatingInfinity
February 11th 2014


2217 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Ragnarok rocks hard, easily the best here [2]

Tyrael
February 11th 2014


20988 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

'Periphery I '



don't call it that omg

KILL
February 11th 2014


73197 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

theyre like the next led zep

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climactic
February 11th 2014


20361 Comments


nah wolfmother lol

DrHouseSchuldiner
February 11th 2014


5643 Comments


lead zep

climactic
February 11th 2014


20361 Comments


i swear to god youre an alt i just need to know whose, its like every time this album is bumped you sign off your real
account just to spam this one

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
February 11th 2014


22412 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

ragnarok rules [3]



surprised so many periphery fans hate clear. i dont think its that much different from this tbh..

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ToMMyMiL16
February 11th 2014


261 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

na im not an alt bo. lol i just like breakin balls. i havent been on here in a minute and i came on and couldnt help myself as usual. but seriously this band is pretty bad. i just dont enjoy their music. i tried it out

climactic
February 11th 2014


20361 Comments


its even gayer. wish theyd stop being bitches and go heavier, their heavy tunes are the best even if spencers vox arent that good. the walk, make total, rag, zygrlox etc

ToMMyMiL16
February 11th 2014


261 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

id rather blast some black dahlia murder. thats my shit

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
February 11th 2014


22412 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

yea agreed with that clim

TheMoreira
February 11th 2014


7183 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Shit shit, i meant Luck As A Constant that's the one weirder to me. I love Ragnarok, i always tended to mix the names of those two for being both around 6 mins and coming together



I don't hate on Clear, just don't like it either. Some decent jams there, but it doesn't work for me overall. I don't like their self titled as well, this is the one release i found to hit the spot

Progger6009
February 11th 2014


1130 Comments


No doubt, Clear has wonderful moments, but talk about disjointed. The whole Overture bit was supposed to hold melodic themes from all the songs from this. Just sounded like 3 piano intros and they couldn't decide so they just used all of them.

SitarHero
February 11th 2014


4881 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

But Pale Aura is a jam.

Dunpeal
February 11th 2014


3918 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

Every single Periphery thread on Sputnik is made up of comments from literally the five exact same people. [123]

VermTheImpaler
February 11th 2014


1359 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Ragnarok is legit, an epic name for an epic song, the only flaw I saw here is perhaps that epoch wasn't neccesary.

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
February 11th 2014


22412 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

this page alone has 12 different users so your argument is moot

Diglett
February 11th 2014


1607 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

clear shouldve been a free download or some shit, putting their band stamp on it was unnecessary



but ya ragnarok rules hard



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