Between the Buried and Me The Parallax II: Future Sequence
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DrGonzo1937
December 27th 2014


7763 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

colors or the silent circus



Agreed. the EP for Future Sequence rules too.

beefshoes
December 27th 2014


4606 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

They all rule to a large extent.

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BigPleb
December 27th 2014


39660 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Album is a mess but Astral Body is fucking cool.

Gameofmetal
December 27th 2014


4865 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Still kinda mashed together genre jumping but no better or worse than anything they've released not called Colors

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TalonsOfFire
December 28th 2014


11236 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

This and The Great Misdirect are about on par with each other, still haven't heard Colors and my favorite is probably Parallax I

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IAMLEGION
December 28th 2014


194 Comments


Yeah. It sure is no Killswitch Engage

BigPleb
January 2nd 2015


39660 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

TGM and TSC are my fave BTBAM records, easily.



If every song on here was as good as Astral Body then fuuuuuuck.

Arcade
Contributing Reviewer
January 2nd 2015


3835 Comments


band is a total mess tbh

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BigPleb
January 2nd 2015


39660 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

TGM and TSC are generally cohesive albums man, but the rest of their material is extremely slapdash, I agree.

BigPleb
January 2nd 2015


39660 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Never been able to get into Alaska (minus Selkies and the t/t) no matter how hard I try.



Same with Colors, just find them both to be incredibly inconsistent.

Arcade
Contributing Reviewer
January 3rd 2015


3835 Comments


Colors, Alaska, and this are alright but cohesion doesn't seem to be an available term in the BTBAM dictionary

Arcade
Contributing Reviewer
January 3rd 2015


3835 Comments


just doesn't feel like it to me

BigPleb
January 3rd 2015


39660 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Colors goes from two of their best songs (Foam Born and Prequel) to complete trite (Viridian and White Walls)

Artuma
January 3rd 2015


17620 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

how are viridian and white walls complete trite

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BigPleb
January 3rd 2015


39660 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Or I could be thinking of Sun of Nothing instead of Viridian, either way I don't like White Walls.

Artuma
January 3rd 2015


17620 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

white walls definitely is unnecessarily long and has some pretty pointless parts but the last four minutes easily make up for its weaknesses. and viridian is a 3-minute interlude so i guess you didn't mean that one

Tyrael
January 3rd 2015


20988 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

White Walls is perfection wtf guys

BigPleb
January 3rd 2015


39660 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Have to admit this band has grown on me over time, I still feel they are overly ambitious at times and this album is a perfect

example of this.



They are one of those bands I'd love to see live though, the live performance of this album is incredibly tight, regardless of

whether I like it or not.

LunaticSoul
January 3rd 2015


491 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

White Walls is my favourite BtBaM song. I think I killed someone when they closed with that one some tours

ago



Pleb watch the Parallax DVD. I don't do it or I quit playing for good

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Angelboros
January 3rd 2015


488 Comments


I'm hoping this is better than The Great Misdirect. Compared to Colors, that one didn't make for easy listening, though it was still pretty good; Swim to the Moon is a fantastic track, and I kinda get tired of hearing Obfuscation on Saints Row 3.



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