Riverside Shrine Of New Generation Slaves
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OmairSh
March 18th 2014


11924 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

We never talk when we fall apart

hiyabootchie
April 27th 2014


365 Comments


The album title makes no sense whatsoever.

hiyabootchie
May 2nd 2014


365 Comments


This album does go down smooth in comparison to ADHD which had a jagged feel both are great. I am surprised how much of a grower this one is, some damn catchy parts.

TWIGtheWONDERKID
May 2nd 2014


928 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

It’s definitely a grower.

Digging: Galleon - From Land to Ocean

OmairSh
May 31st 2014


11924 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Curled uuuup

Deprived

OmairSh
September 14th 2014


11924 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

You and I

Thousand eyes

Gard3n
September 14th 2014


302 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

For some reason the brevity of "Coda" makes it awesome

Gmork89
November 11th 2014


5566 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Damn good album.

OmairSh
November 11th 2014


11924 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Their weakest imo, but of course it's Riverside so even their weakest is good.

They're about to start working on their next album!!

TalonsOfFire
November 11th 2014


9670 Comments


Still need to hear this, am hoping it isn't much of a step down from the last two.

OmairSh
November 11th 2014


11924 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

My lips are sealed :P

Gmork89
November 11th 2014


5566 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

What if we start to talk, not only say out loud?

Mythodea
November 11th 2014


1504 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

The album is excellent, just not ADHD. It's more mellow, more catchy and at times darker. I still find their debut to be their weakest. Also, this and ADHD having the same avg is a sin.

TalonsOfFire
November 11th 2014


9670 Comments


Their first two are definitely my favorites but I'll probably enjoy this a lot if it's mellower, their biggest problem is sounding a bit forced and overdramatic at times.

Mythodea
November 11th 2014


1504 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Nah. Also, saxophone rules on Feel Like Falling. I think this time they didn't focus so much on the ''soloing'' aspect of progresive but did a more melody orientated album. The two Night Sessions (bonus tracks) are excellent, check them after you listen to the album. It's 20+ minutes of relaxing ambient jazz.



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