The Acacia Strain Death is the Only Mortal
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ViralOblivion
October 24th 2012



7679 Comments



"The Acacia Strain makes music to be as heavy as possible . Which means breakdown laden . I don't know where you're from, but where I'm from more breakdowns & low growls technically makes it heavier .

I pos'd you . This is a great review . Spot on in fact . I just think you listened to it in the wrong light and misunderstood the album's intentions.

TAS is about making music for shows, and at shows people THROW DOWN and get HURT. This album is heaven for mosh pits . Take it for what it was meant to be, not what you want it to or expect it to be ! Peace man :]"

I've officially lost faith in humanity

TheMoreira
October 25th 2012



5701 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

In a The Acacia Strain thread? You must live under a rock lol

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burningones92
November 14th 2012



3 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

The Acacia Strain do not take themselves seriously. They are about having fun. You can tell in this album. This is a fun album. Who cares about chugs. Thats what they like thats why they did it. I love this album.

MalleusMaleficarum
November 14th 2012



12194 Comments


CONSSIIIDDDEERRR THIS GLOBAL ABOOORRTTIIOOONNNNN

TheMoreira
November 14th 2012



5701 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

They're not a joke band. lol

Emyay
November 14th 2012



4499 Comments


even if they were, it wouldn't make them good. why would it?

TheMoreira
November 14th 2012



5701 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Haha, exactly. Thats doesnt add or take from their sound. But they are good, for me they are. Well, goodish.

MichaelSnoxall
November 17th 2012



12163 Comments


"The Acacia Strain makes music to be as heavy as possible . Which means breakdown laden . I don't know where you're from, but where I'm from more breakdowns & low growls technically makes it heavier .

I pos'd you . This is a great review . Spot on in fact . I just think you listened to it in the wrong light and misunderstood the album's intentions.

TAS is about making music for shows, and at shows people THROW DOWN and get HURT. This album is heaven for mosh pits . Take it for what it was meant to be, not what you want it to or expect it to be ! Peace man :]"


I can't imagine there being a decent mosh to this at all. It's also still not heavy. Breakdowns aren't heavy unless they're used right. TAC have never used a breakdown correctly to improve a song.

Acrosstheshield13
November 17th 2012



791 Comments


this band sucks so much.

DotEight
November 17th 2012



5434 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

"this band sucks so much. " [2]

TheMoreira
November 18th 2012



5701 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

They are a pleasure to listen to if your looking for a casual listen. But thats just me.

MalleusMaleficarum
November 18th 2012



12194 Comments


angry mob justice

SlMBOLlC
November 18th 2012



4446 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

If you want mindless junz, continent and the dead walk by these guys are the only two albums i would reccommend. Both are really fun

TheMoreira
November 18th 2012



5701 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Well, this is not too bad at all either.

sum0th3rguY
November 20th 2012



4 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I thought it was a good album, better than Whitechapel's newest album

Spec
November 22nd 2012



26833 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

Yeah this sucks.

MichaelSnoxall
November 22nd 2012



12163 Comments


album sux yeh

Fluttertrank
November 22nd 2012



16939 Comments


3750 is the best by this band.

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MichaelSnoxall
November 22nd 2012



12163 Comments


3750 and The Dead Walk

Fluttertrank
November 22nd 2012



16939 Comments


never heard the dead walk.

but gawd fucking damn carbomb is fucking heavy.



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