Rosetta The Anaesthete
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SgtShock
August 19th 2013



90 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

They don't compress their music in mixing as much as every other metal band. So naturally there's gonna be a wider dynamic in the album. It doesn't bother me like Steven Wilson's albums do, though xD

JAV
August 19th 2013



1934 Comments


Less compression is a good thing

DarkNoctus
Contributing Reviewer
August 19th 2013



8781 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

yeah but i think the sound was a lot better on their last album, much wider soundscape and still pretty dynamic and not overly compressed

Sunborne
August 20th 2013



35 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Not sure how much anybody cares but I've noticed a lot of lyrics span across their discography (apart from all the space/Europa stuff), in Hara he definitely says "Lift the copper from the eyes / Lift the silver from the tongue" which I just noticed as a nice little play on the opening lyrics of Lift part 1. These guys have always been pretty cryptic about their lyrical content which has gotten me quite engaged in making these connections and stuff, its pretty cool to just suddenly come to realizations like this while re-listening to Wake/Lift out of the blue. Digging the album a lot.

AnimalsAsSummit
August 20th 2013



704 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

no, not better than deafheaven. this release just makes me love galilean so much more.

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londoncalling457
August 20th 2013



2603 Comments


damn i'm like the only one who is like about to 4.5 this damn




damn

DarkNoctus
Contributing Reviewer
August 20th 2013



8781 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

no EUROPAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 2/5

Tyrael
August 20th 2013



20829 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

not weird music 2/5

MrElmo
August 20th 2013



1950 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Fuck might brin this up back to a 4.5.

Also good one on noticing that Sunborn, the lyric line I notice the most is the release, revolve, renew combination present in Wake/Lift, ADOM and maybe TGS but not sure; would like to have the lyrics for this album as I loved the ones one TGS and W/L

Sunborne
August 20th 2013



35 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Yeah, I noticed that release/revolve/renew comes up on TMA-3 too, and So Warm A Solitude shares a lot of its lyrics with Ryu which is pretty cool too. I recall them saing that the lyrics for this are coming with the physical release so I'm pretty stoked on that.

Apollo
August 20th 2013



10298 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Users saying this wont be a thing in a week are fucked. This is growing with every listen.

FearThyEvil
August 20th 2013



12501 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I dig the clean vocals they use.

MrElmo
August 20th 2013



1950 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Yeah can't wait for the physical release, I'll have the lyrics right on time for when I'll see them in November

tacos N stuff
August 21st 2013



354 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

wasnt physical release only in Europe or something?
if so that would suck, i own everything else theyve made :/

Butkuiss
August 22nd 2013



4159 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

This grows until you listen to ADOM or TGS again.

MrElmo
August 22nd 2013



1950 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Physical cd's will be in Europe, but in the U.S vinyl versions are planned if they get enough funds. Also this is better than ADOM by a short straw

JaneGrae
August 27th 2013



38 Comments


Nice avatar.

TheBarber
November 5th 2013



1847 Comments


Ryu, Myo and Oku live are amazing songs, Armine definitly isn't tired of making music

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wacknizzle
November 5th 2013



12998 Comments


Nah dude, this pretty much sucks, but band was sweet before

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burningbeard
November 5th 2013



113 Comments


Met Armine on Saturday at Damnation Festival and bought this on physical disc from him. He's a cool guy and they played a great set to a very decently sized crowd.

Whilst this is no TGS or Wake/Lift, it sure is a grower.



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