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Butkuiss
June 29th 2014


4289 Comments


Haven't heard a djent release since masstaden/Februus I thought interesting. One was great and Hidden Words is the pinnacle of the genre but Gnosis was disappointing. Probably won't bother with this.

Calc
June 29th 2014


12883 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

"So is this more generic Meshuggahcore/Djent with weepy vocals?"



that's actually exactly what this is lol

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peartnoy
June 29th 2014


1259 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

And I can't see how it's a bad thing.

Faraudo
June 30th 2014


953 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

This is surprisingly, really strong.

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paradox1216
Contributing Reviewer
June 30th 2014


726 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

this is one of the bands that still gets away with what is essentially an extremely basic djent sound (albeit with some personality to it), because they own it and do it well

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Diglett
June 30th 2014


1607 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

fucking massive album

NonApplicable
June 30th 2014


2143 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Okay, so this is Meshuggahcore. Thanks for not making me waste any time.



I know that's supposed to be an insult, but I have no problem with that label.

titanslayer
June 30th 2014


2645 Comments


Meshuggahcore m/

Dr7
June 30th 2014


155 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Their potential was clear in listening to Gnosis and watching them live.



To hear them realize it by upping their game on this album is fantastic.

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cloakanddagger
June 30th 2014


82 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

Saw these guys live recently, gonna see them again and looking forward to it, this album is excellent.

Nice review too, pos.

MachFire
June 30th 2014


28 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

"vocals sound.. ..unmolested"



I get what you're going for with unmolested, but you might want to change your diction there. Sounds a little weird. Otherwise a pretty cool review.





bloc
June 30th 2014


35537 Comments


Thought Gnosis was boring but I really want to hear this one

botb
June 30th 2014


10038 Comments


i literally can't wait to hear this. is it streaming anywhere?

DatBeefPudding
June 30th 2014


1543 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

you should enjoy it bloc, seems right up your alley. + it's way more interesting as a whole compared to Gnosis.





"So is this more generic Meshuggahcore/Djent with weepy vocals?"



that's actually exactly what this is lol




not really... not gonna lie the 2 bands sound extremely different. barely any comparison at all besides the obvious djent factor.

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DatBeefPudding
June 30th 2014


1543 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

i literally can't wait to hear this. is it streaming anywhere?




i know it's on spotify, but it's pretty much only been released EU.



NA isn't for another week or so. not sure why they did it this way... makes everyone in NA just find a torrent.

Diamondize
June 30th 2014


1367 Comments


to think this angel used to be in periphery

DatBeefPudding
June 30th 2014


1543 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

to think this angel used to be in periphery




anyone else think periphery SERIOUSLY missed out

Diamondize
June 30th 2014


1367 Comments


yea he dodged a bullet

Drummerboy123
June 30th 2014


2531 Comments


Would be pretty cool to see a monuments and periphery tour where spencer sings with chris on denial.

Album is crushing. This is what Im hoping Juggernaut to be like.

tacos N stuff
June 30th 2014


499 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

this'll probs wear off but's really enjoyable on the first few listens



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