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Funeralopolis
November 16th 2013



10427 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

There is a Hell... is their best record agreed.[2]


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wacknizzle
November 16th 2013



11892 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Hospital For Souls and Seen It All Before are really good, they bring the more experimental Disambiguation era Underoath type feels

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jmnewcomer18
November 16th 2013



3409 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Yeah. I hate when people try to deny that their are post-rock elements in this album. You can hear a lot of post-rock moments throughout the album in tracks including "Hospital for Souls'' and "Can You Feel My Heart". It is also really prominent in "Seen It all Before", especially during the intro and bridge of the song. One of the reasons I love the song so much.

wacknizzle
November 16th 2013



11892 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

The only songs that gave off any post-rock to me are Snakes Start To Sing and Hospital For Souls. But the immediacy of Kveikur; the latest Sigur Ros album sort of made me more open about what post-rock can be. So listening to this now after hearing Kveikur I can see how bmth interpreted the genre into their music in more subtle ways since the songs are nowhere as long as most post-rock songs in the first place, although that's a terrible generalization.

jmnewcomer18
November 16th 2013



3409 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

yeah I know what you mean. I can't help but to feel a huge post-rock vibe in seen it all before though.

wacknizzle
November 16th 2013



11892 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Sort of reminds of an Underoath song like Created Void. Like one of the more melodic songs that Underoath does towards the end of their later albums

FourthReich
November 16th 2013



15303 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

album blows but i dig sometimes, makes sense?

wacknizzle
November 16th 2013



11892 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

It's pretty good doe, just try to ignore that it's bmth

FourthReich
November 16th 2013



15303 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

that's not the issue lol trust me

wacknizzle
November 16th 2013



11892 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

My biggest beef is the chorus of Go To Hell, reminds me way too much of Linkin Park ugh. I don't really even dislike Anti-vist that much though, I kind of like that guitar lead over the breakdown later in the song

Gwyn.
November 16th 2013



13958 Comments


Crawling in my skin
these wounds
they will not heal

wacknizzle
November 16th 2013



11892 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Yeah, that's what I'm talking about. Makes me feel like I'm 10 again and Hybrid Theory just came out

FourthReich
November 16th 2013



15303 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

can you feel glitchhhhhhhhhh can you feelll glitchhhhhh my heaaglitchhhhhhrt

Gwyn.
November 16th 2013



13958 Comments


I kinda have more memories with the chorus of In The End lol

wacknizzle
November 16th 2013



11892 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

That was like the theme song to Social Nights in middle school, those were the days

Gwyn.
November 16th 2013



13958 Comments


I remember like a year ago when I dropped out of that phase I passed by this convention near my house where they made a video with that song and everyone started singing along to it and making faces as if they ~~feeling it~~ it was hilarious

LifeAsAChipmunk
November 16th 2013



4854 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Post rock lel

JeetJeet
November 17th 2013



660 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Even though I've outgrown Linkin Park, every time I hear Crawling I just can't skip the song. Same thing with Breaking The Habit.



DrGonzo1937
November 17th 2013



3356 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

So... BMTH...

trainofconsequence
November 17th 2013



1420 Comments


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