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Jacquibim
Contributing Reviewer
July 7th 2014


14450 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I love the review and Cap's comments on said review

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RiffOClock
July 7th 2014


1049 Comments


having agalloch and dissection in the recommended section makes this band sound suddenly a lot less intriguing

Totengott
July 7th 2014


975 Comments


I need to listen to this.

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Confucius
July 7th 2014


184 Comments


Riff lives

OceanMechanic
July 7th 2014


463 Comments


Just downloaded all of this guy's albums this morning. Seems like an Agalloch clone but who knows, maybe he's a good one

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InbredJed
July 7th 2014


5917 Comments


really great guitar work Cap, nice to hear some harmonies while the tremz are still dry and tight.






Agalloch clone?

nah do yerself a favour OceanM, Cap sprouts jamz.

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Funeralopolis
July 7th 2014


11408 Comments


sounds weird and cool

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KjSwantko
July 7th 2014


9308 Comments


Will jam. I'm sure it rules. Swee job Cpt

CaptainDooRight
July 7th 2014


29421 Comments


thanks for the feedback ya'll

sup KJ

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Imperial
July 8th 2014


1731 Comments


What the fuck is this

ScuroFantasma
July 8th 2014


1931 Comments


Excellent review, I'll make sure to check this. I liked BHP and really dug Proverbial so this should be good.

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Ayil
July 8th 2014


63 Comments


I wish I could like this more, but his clean vocals are a bit blarg. It's the only thing holding me back from liking Trvth.

CaptainDooRight
July 8th 2014


29421 Comments


Thanks for the feedback. I'm not vocally trained in any way whatsoever but it could also be that some people don't like the tone of my voice either. I'm not the biggest fan of my cleans either but I feel it's necessary to express them because I can still convey 'some' emotion behind it and like the review said certain parts would sound off if I did 'harsh/black' vocals. Maybe you'd like my cleans on some of the other songs I've made off other albums such as:

'Prospect' - from Black Horse Plague
'Viewing the Coast' - from the ep Realms Exist
'What's Left But My Promise' - from Black Horse Plague

^If you don't dig my cleans in those songs then you'll probably never dig any of my cleans as I feel those are my best 'clean' performances. Again, though, thanks for the feedback, I really need it!

Atari
Contributing Reviewer
July 8th 2014


19790 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Thanks ScuroFantasma! Yeah, you'll prolly really dig this if you enjoyed BHP

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Judio!
Contributing Reviewer
July 8th 2014


6020 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

"Seems like an Agalloch clone"

lol not quite

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Atari
Contributing Reviewer
July 8th 2014


19790 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

yeah this doesn't really sound like agalloch at all

CaptainDooRight
July 8th 2014


29421 Comments


Yeah I mean I dig Agalloch a lot but I don't aim to sound like any band. I do draw influences from many different bands and genres though.

clander270
July 8th 2014


157 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

CaptainDooRight - Sorry I didn't get back to you yesterday. If I'm talking specifics about why I'm not totally digging this:

1. The production seems a little bit flat, or something about it bugs me a little bit (whispery sounding vocals coming in much more prominently than instruments, drums sound kinda wooden/quiet, etc)

2. The guitar parts all sound pretty good respectively, but for the most part they seemed like something I've already heard many times before, or just weren't really attention grabbing or super unique. Some parts I feel would've benefited from having a flashier riff/groove, maybe some powerful-sounding chords to carry it along, etc.

I really like that the songs blend light melodies and heavier grooves though, and the accompanying vocal parts always worked well to compliment the instrumentals. A lot of the time it seemed like you were just flipping a switch to alternate between soft and heavy parts, I like to hear some creative transitions. I also tended to prefer the quiet melodic parts because they had a bit more flash.

I wouldn't worry too much about what I have to say though. I'm really, really, really picky with my metal. Overall, great work! (PS Sorry for the novel of a comment)

CaptainDooRight
July 8th 2014


29421 Comments


clander270 - I really appreciate that feedback. That's exactly what I was looking for and I'll definitely keep all those points in mind for my future endeavors. I appreciated reading your positive feedback too. Thanks again!

Atari
Contributing Reviewer
July 8th 2014


19790 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I like to hear some creative transitions


bro do u even canvass?



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