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Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
August 27th 2012


19518 Comments


nvm i forgot about eternal turn of the wheel

life goes on

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Crysis
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August 27th 2012


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amen brother

marksellsuswallets
August 27th 2012


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Is that seriously the tracklist holy shit

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
August 27th 2012


19518 Comments


cosmic IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII into infinity

Tyrael
August 27th 2012


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'plus i mean it is just way too much fun to rip on this band because (going off his last three albums which I have heard in full) it rings true in many regards'

I understand that you feel the need to rip on this band but why you would feel the need to do it with the grace of an average town drunk is beyond me

KILL
August 27th 2012


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tyrystgsf you are provin that kracvgihe fans are boring bitches i think you need to jam some devastation!!!!!!!!1

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Tyrael
August 27th 2012


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'tyrystgsf you are provin that kracvgihe fans are boring bitches i think you need to jam some devastation!!!!!!!!1'

I actually picked up Idolatry in a shady record shop a few weeks ago but I can't seem to remember where I put it

GiaNXGX
August 27th 2012


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Great review, album sucks, after two listens this gets even more boring than before; its "good moments" are no longer that enjoyable, IDK virtuostic post atmospheric black sucks, gonna listen to some Darkspace cuz it has cosmic bleep bloop but still remains TRVE.

plane
Emeritus
August 27th 2012


6101 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

"IIIIIIIII" is so good

KILL
August 27th 2012


73265 Comments


lmao planewreck

Crysis
Staff Reviewer
August 27th 2012


16745 Comments


space kitteh has left one galaxy and entered another

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
August 27th 2012


19518 Comments


oh my god

Ire
August 27th 2012


41851 Comments


nvm i forgot about eternal turn of the wheel

life goes on


hahaha


robertsona
Staff Reviewer
August 27th 2012


15093 Comments


"cosmos v. microcosmos"

hrm? intrigued

Ire
August 27th 2012


41851 Comments


oh my god best thread ev kyle that's awesome

Crysis
Staff Reviewer
August 27th 2012


16745 Comments


look at those nebulae

robertsona
Staff Reviewer
August 27th 2012


15093 Comments


These days, when people detect ambition in someone they leap on that person like hyenas. The label "pretentious" is unquestioned as categorically damning. But I think musical culture could use a whole lot more pretension, if anything. It suffers from false, dishonest humility, and from a lack of ambition to be more than either entertainment or a badge of identification with a group. I think the haters have blinders on, and that they are misdirecting their aggressive energy. Somehow, they are hiding.

spoken by the man himself, hunter hunt hendrix of the inimitable liturgy

plane
Emeritus
August 27th 2012


6101 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

hrm? intrigued


Evoke a sense of space and "cosmic" atmosphere (per black metal, natch) by leading one's attention to its smaller, barely distinguishable (but once distinguished, whoa) details. Like seeing a white wall only to find its every color.

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
August 27th 2012


19518 Comments


liturgy krallice collab

transcendental cosmic bleep bloop anti corpse paint 2012

zaruyache
August 27th 2012


8372 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Again, I'm probably the only person that feels this way but oh well.



Naw I felt pretty much exactly the same. The cleaner production too away the chaotic, dirty atmosphere and made the riffs seem weaker.





I like this album though. It sounds like Krallice but different.

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