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UnnamedOcean
October 4th 2013


3966 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I don't know why, but these guys always remind me of TES IV

johnnydeking29
October 4th 2013


9043 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Hmmmmm...I can kinda see that a bit

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UnnamedOcean
October 4th 2013


3966 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Then of course they have that new song which is actually called Oblivion.

johnnydeking29
October 4th 2013


9043 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Haha yes of course :P
The song that most gives me the TES IV vibe is probs Path of Folly though...or maybe the t/t / Radiance

UnnamedOcean
October 8th 2013


3966 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Okay so I have listened to this a lot more and it kicks ass. But a few of the songs aren't amazing, so I don't think it exceeds Garden Window.

OrangeBLOOD
October 8th 2013


120 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I thought Garden Window was an excellent debut but IMO this takes everything that was great about GW to a whole new level. GW has a few songs I don't care for like Bear and Last Breath (not to mention Machines part 2 is only cool the first couple times you hear it than its just kinda like "been there done that"). What songs do you not like off Disillusion?

UnnamedOcean
October 9th 2013


3966 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Not too fond of Perilous Love and Transience. The rest is plenty good though. I actually love Bear and Last Breath.

OrangeBLOOD
October 9th 2013


120 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Perilous Love sounds like Queens of the Stone Age kinda. It's good but it's one of the worst on the album and I don't like Transience too much either.

My favorite songs off this would have to be the epic title track, path of folly + Oblivion, and Context. I still don't really know what to think of the opening track.

greg84
Staff Reviewer
October 9th 2013


7387 Comments

Album Rating: 4.2

I guess I only don't like the last track on this. The album rules!

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tcat84
October 9th 2013


855 Comments


Yeah the opening track kind of sets a weird tone and doesn't really fit on here... it makes you think they are gonna go in a weird direction... but then is like ... nah we just jokes

greg84
Staff Reviewer
October 9th 2013


7387 Comments

Album Rating: 4.2

I usually dig albums which start like that, and then explode.

johnnydeking29
October 9th 2013


9043 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Perilous Love is veryvery average imo, Transience is cool though just because it adds a bit of pace between Oblivion and the t/t
This is more cohesive and focused than Garden Window...but Lo, Poison!, Lay Down, Easy Talk and Cleanse Me are leagues ahead of it

OrangeBLOOD
October 10th 2013


120 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

^yeah. you're right. but Disillusion as a song is in the same league. and maybe Context too.

OrangeBLOOD
October 10th 2013


120 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Those sludgey riffs at the end of Context cannot not make you headbang lol

johnnydeking29
October 10th 2013


9043 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Context, not quite imo (good song though)...but Disillusion and Absence do come close

XingKing
November 19th 2013


10565 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

This has really grown off of me

Ecnalzen
November 19th 2013


6531 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I think I like it more than Garden Window.

ShitsofRain
November 19th 2013


5892 Comments


i need to give this another listen

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RivalSkoomaDealer
November 21st 2013


777 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This is just a tad bit better than Garden Window, but not by a long shot.

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tcat84
November 23rd 2013


855 Comments


This has better flow then garden window , but I think the highs are higher on GW than this... but this is still amaze



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