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Hopelust
January 17th 2014


1008 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Hate that I down own a physical copy of this. Thus, can't play it in my car.

DrMaximus
January 17th 2014


9261 Comments


Just plug in your iPod, man. That's what I do.

BigPleb
January 17th 2014


36586 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

GET AN AUX

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DrMaximus
January 17th 2014


9261 Comments


^

JS19
January 17th 2014


4255 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Get one of those tape deck aux things if you really are old schooling it with your car soundsystem

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BigPleb
January 17th 2014


36586 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Yeah do that, sounds trver through shitty car radio speakers m/

Ryus
January 21st 2014


2451 Comments


this>jane doe

MeatSalad
January 21st 2014


14528 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Nawww

Gwyn.
January 21st 2014


15078 Comments


Hell no

MeatSalad
January 21st 2014


14528 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

The sound they have on here is great but jane doe just works better as an album

Gwyn.
January 21st 2014


15078 Comments


This is fuckin RIDICULOUS typical of them, almost pointless even, they didn't do anything here that they hadn't done before


This has a lot of good fun jams, they're great to past the time and to mosh like hxc kid but nothing more à mon avis

Gwyn.
January 21st 2014


15078 Comments


Buuuuuuut as a (completely unnecessary and very gay) disclaimer, I'm fine with that

They've already done and accomplished more than any band of their style could even dream to do, they don't have anything else to prove so if they just keep releasing safe, fan-pleasing records then I'll be happy

MeatSalad
January 21st 2014


14528 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Agreed but I would like to see some more experimental tracks like the last 2 on axe to fall, didnt get any of that on here

Ryus
January 21st 2014


2451 Comments


geez sry 4 my opinion guyz

No, honestly I can see where you're coming from, but this album is just ridiculously consistent. Maybe I just haven't given
Jane Doe the time it deserves yet.

MeatSalad
January 21st 2014


14528 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

You dont understand what safe means if you're using trespasses as an example of "going hard"

Gwyn.
January 21st 2014


15078 Comments


Maybe I should've said that better;

Yes, there's stuff here that they hadn't really done before, but I wouldn't say it's particularly interesting, and some of it feels almost pop-ish, which sure makes it catchier and more accessible and probably fun, but generally makes it feel less interesting and thus with less staying power. And when I say safe, I mean as in relatively lacking in wilder experimentation

They've done atmospheric sludge before, but I feel they were generally more fused with the punk riffing, where as here they are far more obvious (Although, admittedly Coral Blue is really b-u-t-ful)


Pointless was probably too much, yeah, and man I ain't dissin', I really like this album, I love this band and the guys in it, I just don't find this to be a remarkably memorable in the long run










Sparrow's Fall d'oh

Owantjaaaa
January 21st 2014


3238 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This feels like Converge making seperate songs, instead of an album

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Ryus
January 21st 2014


2451 Comments


True, it's a lot less detached and plays more like just a collection of songs and lacks the flow of Jane Doe

XingKing
January 23rd 2014


10566 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

But still amazing

dimsim3478
January 23rd 2014


5009 Comments


Definitely detached but it makes sense that all the songs are together, at least. At any rate, still top tier Converge.

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