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ABjordanMM
December 7th 2013


1437 Comments


Sweet. Really liked it.

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TheCollectiveFacade
January 9th 2014


661 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

can anyone rec some albums similar to this, would be super grateful!

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IronGiant
January 20th 2014


861 Comments


TTNG most recent album perhaps? Maybe even Minus the Bear's "Menos El Oso" or if you prefer proggier stuff "Planet of Ice"

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
January 20th 2014


10302 Comments


these guys are killer live

atrink
Contributing Reviewer
January 25th 2014


2845 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I haven't seen them live, but their audiotree session was amazing. I didn't even know they were on tour right now

Ecnalzen
January 25th 2014


6710 Comments


Been meaning to check some more of this band's stuff out. I remember the song I heard reminded me a lot of My Epic.

atrink
Contributing Reviewer
January 25th 2014


2845 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Yeah i'd say they're pretty similar. I like this a little more, the lyrics aren't as obtrusive here.

Ecnalzen
January 25th 2014


6710 Comments


Yeah, My Epic goes a little overboard sometimes.

dixoncocks
April 14th 2014


2612 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

This album is fantastic


Diamondize
April 14th 2014


1367 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

This album...

dixoncocks
April 14th 2014


2612 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

These guys and polyenso have a pretty similar sound

Diamondize
April 14th 2014


1367 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Both are pretty sweet.

Waior
June 11th 2014


11461 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

great album

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Diamondize
June 11th 2014


1367 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

yea kinda

XingKing
June 11th 2014


10882 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Just a bit

Waior
June 11th 2014


11461 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I worked the opposite way than most, I think, and heard this long before the debut. I just started listening to their first this week, and find it to be all over the place and not nearly as melodically strong as this album. It might just be my unfamiliarity with it though.

'French Girls' is really engrossing though (particularly those 'hell no's!').

Also, on both albums, Jesse's harmonies are fascinating. They're more often fourths and fifths and always an unnerving 'power-chord' kind of sound that always catch me off guard. Such an interesting choice for a vocalist, and it's one I'm glad he makes because it gives the band a very distinctive sound.

See, 0:41 of 'Kids with Fake Guns' ("some sort of virus in her head, where'd she get it?"). 1:23 of 'Old Nature' ("end of time"). 2:02 in 'French Girls' ("hit the ground", "drink your wine") especially. Just really clever choices...

XingKing
June 11th 2014


10882 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

He is definitely an amazing vocalist. I prefer the debut to this album, but it could use some trimming. It is a long album and it feels fucking LOOOOOOOONGG

Waior
June 11th 2014


11461 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

What are your favourite tracks of the Inevitable and I?

XingKing
June 11th 2014


10882 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

French Girls (When the song calms down and the outro kicks in is absolutely beautiful) and An End Weight (I really love how mellow this song is and how it leads into the outro. The lyrics hit so hard). I strongly prefer the first half of the album to the second half though

instantradical
July 11th 2014


214 Comments


The whole album is good, but the first four tracks are especially killer.



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