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Eunuch
October 26th 2013



1041 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

When KILL recs Purulence everyones like "will do bro, will suk ya dick too ;)" but when I bring up
them n steeve in a review the response is - worst review of all times neg neg neg.

evilford
October 27th 2013



19994 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Didn't see that review ur still a knob fuk off

ChuckyTruant
October 27th 2013



15572 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

The battle of chamdo is likely the most intense thing I've ever heard

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ShadowRemains
October 27th 2013



19440 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

When KILL recs Purulence everyones like "will do bro, will suk ya dick too ;)" but when I bring up
them n steeve in a review the response is - worst review of all times neg neg neg.


BREAKING: maybe because people don't like you


Solaire
October 27th 2013



810 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I don't know you, but complaining about people not liking you starts you off on a bad foot.

SynapticPlasticity
October 27th 2013



90 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I'm bumping this to a 4.5, album is too good.

aceylone777
October 28th 2013



3 Comments


I've tried so hard to listen to this album. I can't even crack it. Everything just blends together. I can't differentiate shit, and that bothers me. I can tell Lemay's a mastermind...but it's just not for me.

wacknizzle
October 28th 2013



11912 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

The derp of chamdo m/

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SynapticPlasticity
October 28th 2013



90 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I feel the same way about the new Kayo Dot album aceylone, which puzzled me since I absolutely love maudlin of the Well. different strokes

SynapticPlasticity
October 29th 2013



90 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

So from Colored Sands:

"How shall we be remembered
Through the course of history?
As strengthless beings..."
Who choose submission
As their way to be..."

Luc basically calling the people of Tibet massive cowards for surrendering to China, then from Embers Voice, which is about a Monk immolating himself in protest:

"Freedom reached through fire"
"Fire led to soul's resilience"

Implication, Tibetans should have killed themselves rather than surrender to China, this is reinforced in Reduced to Silence.

What I don't get is what he thinks of those that flee, which is the topic of Absconders.

MO
October 29th 2013



17364 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

" I've tried so hard to listen to this album. I can't even crack it. Everything ju blends together. I can't differentiate shit"

lol each song is immensely different. Enemies of compassion sounds nothing like absconders, etc

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CaptainDooRight
October 29th 2013



26442 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Agreed bro this band is almost as good as zepplin

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BlackLlama
October 31st 2013



1358 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

Just found out they are playing Hartford on 12/13. Fuck yea.

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CaptainDooRight
October 31st 2013



26442 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

faith

Solaire
November 7th 2013



810 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

My favorite local band is opening for them when they come to my town... and I'm 3 hours away taking a college final.

trainofconsequence
November 7th 2013



1420 Comments


le toit du monde is such a perfect song

Amphoteric
November 7th 2013



1057 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Most songs on here are almost perfect

trainofconsequence
November 7th 2013



1420 Comments


All of them are.

ShitsofRain
November 7th 2013



4710 Comments


excellent

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trainofconsequence
November 7th 2013



1420 Comments


4.5 or 5



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