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joshieboy12345
August 25th 2013



5369 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Count it all as lost breakdown is brootal

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TooLateToGoBack
August 25th 2013



1748 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

band needs to go prog for their next release.

like, i love them and all - including this album, but they've pretty much done everything they could
with what they're working with.

crowing51
August 25th 2013



3446 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Yea I can totally see them pulling off a good prog record. They have a good foundation and skilled enough musicianship now. Just as long as the songwriting doesn't fall short.

Durrzo
August 26th 2013



1074 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I love them and I love Metalcore but I'm inclined to agree there. Unless they change their sound
completely there really is nothing left for them in this genre, they've covered it. They could pull
off a prog album.

Emim
August 26th 2013



26472 Comments


Going in a prog direction would be a terrible decision. We don't need another between the batman and me

TooLateToGoBack
August 26th 2013



1748 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I'm guessing there are definitely some things that are and might prevent that change from happening -- including:

A) Solid State; I doubt they'll be willing to let ABR switch genres
B) The fans. ABR has some dedicated and great fans, but like most popular metalcore - the fanbase is mostly full of morons who will abandon them and give them no chance. Hell, just this June when they released Spirit Breaker, a fairly standard metalcore song with some decent spoken word -- they were already getting shit on by "fans" because this isn't the ABR they are used to.
C) Success. Barring critical reviews of a potential album aside, metalcore is a much easier genre to make money in - as opposed to prog, so that fear might prevent them from doing it.

Still, I'm all for them finally breaking their "Creative Captivity" and going full prog because they've hit the genre barrier awhile ago.

AtomicShane
August 26th 2013



1755 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

album pounds puss

MrxSelfxDestruct
August 27th 2013



495 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Slammin' tang harder than china.


lol, lets be honest

Asmodeuss1990
August 27th 2013



166 Comments


Echoes was so fucking beautiful. My god was this album great... it was pretty touching on a few songs. I never really was an ABR fan because well I never really checked them out. Friend suggested to listen to their latest album... I was just blown away.

Completely deserves its high rating.

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ChuckyTruant
August 27th 2013



15700 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Beauty in Tragedy is their best song

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NastyCrab
August 27th 2013



328 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

My parents used to own a pet/hardware emporium named Rescue & Restore

loveisamixtape
August 27th 2013



5901 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

lmao

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
August 27th 2013



9965 Comments


A pet hardware emporium would be even more impressive

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ChuckyTruant
August 27th 2013



15700 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

lolol

joshieboy12345
August 27th 2013



5369 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Still rules.

Toondude10
September 10th 2013



3328 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

MY GOD This albums rocks so much.

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joshieboy12345
September 10th 2013



5369 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Fault Line rules hard.

AfterTheBreakdown
September 11th 2013



7106 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I agree with chucky that song rules.

joshieboy12345
September 11th 2013



5369 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Beauty is still my fav.

johnnydeking29
September 12th 2013



8964 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Did I just witness a serious discussion about why ABR should be prog?



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