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necroscope86
March 11th 2013


213 Comments


A fantastic review and that album cover is brilliant

BigTuna
March 11th 2013


5168 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

cool to see these guys get a little love. have yet to hear this one, but The Latter Rain and Mantra (sans Wayakin) are excellent

Gigglesdemon
March 11th 2013


187 Comments


Hmmm. I need to check this out. This is a really solid review.

Scoot
March 11th 2013


18257 Comments


band is hit or miss for me but this is pretty sweet

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Atari
Contributing Reviewer
March 11th 2013


20806 Comments


nice review ins.

just one small error i noticed...

"it’s possibly the heaviest song on the album with an infectious choruses that sounds like something out of Souls at Zero-era Neurosis"

chorus not choruses

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CrazyFool84
March 11th 2013


1081 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Sick, had no idea these guys had one coming out until reading this review, nice job on it, grabbing this now.

Wizard
March 11th 2013


19922 Comments


This is doing nothing for me, no surprise. Gonna go listen to some crush of new Batillus.

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Funeralopolis
March 11th 2013


12890 Comments


Bet this is gonna be mediocre

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bloc
March 11th 2013


35656 Comments


I thought the same after In Mourning released their bland Kraken album (dunno why, but I see both of these bands in parallel) but this album is damn good.

Vakarian12
March 11th 2013


4031 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

^ I get that to. Strange eh?



And The Weight of Oceans was far, far from bland.

bloc
March 11th 2013


35656 Comments


I liked their previous albums a lot, but wasn't even fazed by that new one.

trilogique21
March 11th 2013


494 Comments


yeah i dig this a lot. To the Core is gr8

Keyblade
March 11th 2013


16664 Comments


Am I the only one who dug Wayakin?

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Scoot
March 11th 2013


18257 Comments


in mourning will never top shrouded divine

bloc
March 11th 2013


35656 Comments


I actually preferred Monolith over that one

evilford
March 11th 2013


26616 Comments


Obvious play on AEnima?

Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
March 12th 2013


8502 Comments

Album Rating: 4.1

bloc being weird again itt.



Shrouded Divine > The Weight of Oceans > Monolith.



Get it right ;)

SpiritCrusher2
March 12th 2013


3981 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

yea Shrouded Divine is the bestest



this album is cool, the last track is my fav





OllieS
March 12th 2013


2044 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Good review but I literally have no clue where you got the idea TLR had bad production. It has superb production - the drum sound, the thick guitars, the vocal channeling, etc. Mantra had poorer production as it sounded drab and far less punchy. Maybe this is is subjective but it always struck me (and a few others) as obvious Mantra's production was a let-down after TLR - this is reflective of the songwriting quality of both as well.

Atari
Contributing Reviewer
March 12th 2013


20806 Comments


this isn't bad



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