The Faceless Autotheism
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bloc
November 4th 2013


38647 Comments


First song still rules

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ChuckyTruant
November 4th 2013


15735 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I dig :shrug:

TheSpaceMan
November 5th 2013


6351 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Alkedelma is my favorite because its the least dragged out, its not even 30 min with a 5 min

instrumental closer helps make every song have a "point"



PD had a few insane gems but like someone said earlier I found myself pressing the skip button a lot

climactic
November 5th 2013


22155 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0 | Sound Off

pd is easily their best

joshuahuntkc
November 5th 2013


1806 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I don't know. Once I got acclimated to PD I found myself listening to it straight through and digging every moment.

ToMMyMiL16
November 5th 2013


391 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Planetary Duality>Akeldama>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Autotheism

ToMMyMiL16
November 5th 2013


391 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

As you can see... Autheism isnt even on the same page literally

LilLioness
November 5th 2013


2988 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

According to you.

Emyay
November 5th 2013


6263 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

its pretty bad. i just remember thinking it was ripping off devin townsend and opeth half the time and then the other half they were doing a shitty impression of old faceless and the whole thing is a mess

Diglett
November 5th 2013


1607 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

i thought the whole antireligion thing was trying too hard in comparison to something like Orbs' debut

XfingTheSullen
November 5th 2013


3749 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

The first three tracks and In Solitude are actually good, even though they rip off like at least 5 bands on that album. The remaining songs aren't really memorable, like at all. But I can say the same of Planetary Duality in all honesty. Akeldama is their only album that is a real blast to listen to. even though it's part deathcore.



BTW anyone notice how they rip off Torchbearer in "In Solitude"? A riff very much like the latter band's

SnailTRAIL
November 5th 2013


910 Comments


the rip off extol too

XfingTheSullen
November 5th 2013


3749 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Well there are some good bands that rip off many many other bands, like Omnium Gatherum. If I started writing songs today, I would also feel compelled to cram 20 of my favorite bands into a single song. Too bad that rarely produces good songs.

Diglett
November 5th 2013


1607 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

im sure you wouldnt straight up steal riffs and change their tone a bit :S

LilLioness
November 5th 2013


2988 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I wouldn't say they ripped off anyone. They just wore their influences on their sleeves. I mean, would you say a punk band that heavily emulates The Clash and Ramones and Black Flag is a rip off?

XfingTheSullen
November 6th 2013


3749 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

But their riffing patterns hugely resemble the bands they rip off. Autotheist Movement is a Opeth/SYL/Theory in Practice tribute, while In Solitude reminds me wholly of Torchbearer as I said earlier. Good songs though, but I always skip the rest when I listen to it.

tempest--
November 6th 2013


19159 Comments


@lioness yes, i would

Diglett
November 6th 2013


1607 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I'm not a fan of calling bands copycats just because they're influenced (I.e this whole djent=Meshuggah nonsense) but like

Xfing said they realllly resemble some other riffs

there's a good YouTube video on it, I'm going to look for it



edit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MKa8QZLNpC0 < its not perfect but it does point out some of them

Necrotica
January 5th 2014


10583 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0 | Sound Off

I can fit a tire inside my ass

BigPleb
January 5th 2014


48251 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Band is baaaad

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