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demigod!
June 18th 2013


45267 Comments


yea i have no desire to hear this

and prob wont

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RivalSkoomaDealer
June 18th 2013


990 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I really like the first song but after that it all sort of runs together. Not sure how I feel about this yet.

FCY
June 18th 2013


206 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

unfortunately this comes at a time when half the planet writes about kanye. so it wont get the credit it deserves.

PistolPete
June 18th 2013


3650 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

I have been waiting for this like OMG

baldymort
June 18th 2013


786 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

antartic handshake is amazing

FearThyEvil
June 18th 2013


12766 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Some boring moments but it held it's own. I love the opener and 3rd song.

AlexTM510
June 19th 2013


1408 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

First listen: Not taking away from Koi No Yokan, but I feel like the atmosphere and open spaced out jams that was lacking on it is really made up here.

Gwyn.
June 19th 2013


15325 Comments


sounds pretty zzzzzz

i'll be skippin', pos

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tempest--
June 19th 2013


14644 Comments


Basically just sounds like any other post-rock/metal, but I have an ongoing love affair with Chino and Isis so this is like the best thing ever

tempest--
June 19th 2013


14644 Comments


also pos'd

NonApplicable
June 19th 2013


2012 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Yet you 5'd Altered State

I think even you would admit that Altered State has a lot more energy than this. I wouldn't compare the bands anyway, their approach to atmospherics are entirely different.

I was hoping this album would be more in the vein of Deftones' lighter tracks. Not at all.

tempest--
June 19th 2013


14644 Comments


post-rock/metal is not supposed to be energetic so that point = invalid

also, one member of deftones and 3/4 members of isis... yet you expected it to sound like deftones

NonApplicable
June 19th 2013


2012 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

post-rock/metal is not supposed to be energetic so that point = invalid

??? My point was that the bands aren't really comparable.

also, one member of deftones and 3/4 members of isis... yet you expected it to sound like deftones

I recall that when this band was created, the Isis members had said they didn't want to retread old territory(sonically). I'm not a big Isis fan so forgive me if I'm wrong, bit doesn't this sound kinda similar?

Anyway, I said "HOPE". I didn't "EXPECT" anything.


tempest--
June 19th 2013


14644 Comments


You implied that because it has more energy, Altered State is better than this.

NonApplicable
June 19th 2013


2012 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Maybe I conveyed myself incorrectly than.

P.S. Listened to the song Holy Tears. Would have much preferred that + Chino.

SCREAMorphine
June 19th 2013


1763 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Great album, I really enjoyed it.

omnipanzer
June 19th 2013


21661 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

It's no bad but... meh... I think I need to give it one more spin.
Team Sleep and Crosses are better side projects imo.

Drummerboy123
June 19th 2013


2424 Comments


"I was hoping this album would be more in the vein of Deftones' lighter tracks. Not at all."

Well it's Isis doing the instrumentals, not Deftones so it's going to sound different.

After listening to this a few times it does sound a bit samey. May have to lower to a 3.5.

Ignimbrite
June 19th 2013


5507 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

I might throw in a review with a different opinion, but this is an awesome review.

ShrillYell
June 19th 2013


258 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

this album is the first time Chino really grated on my ears...really bland album.



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