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KjSwantko
July 7th 2014


9448 Comments


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

Imperial
July 8th 2014


1742 Comments


What the fuck is this

ScuroFantasma
July 8th 2014


2642 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


77 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.

Atari
Contributing Reviewer
July 8th 2014


20213 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


6661 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

"Seems like an Agalloch clone"

lol not quite

Atari
Contributing Reviewer
July 8th 2014


20213 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

yeah this doesn't really sound like agalloch at all

clander270
July 8th 2014


179 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)

Atari
Contributing Reviewer
July 8th 2014


20213 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I like to hear some creative transitions


bro do u even canvass?

clander270
July 8th 2014


179 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

This one time at band camp I canvass'd

TzarChasm
July 11th 2014


179 Comments


This completely lost me in its opening minutes, when the inexcusably hideous "clean" vocals kicked in and burned everything of value to the ground. Fuck that irredeemable noise.

adarkishman
July 11th 2014


562 Comments


ROFL

ButteryBiscuitBass
July 11th 2014


10413 Comments


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InbredJed
July 11th 2014


6111 Comments


Sup, ButteryBiscuitBro?

Funeralopolis
September 5th 2014


12008 Comments


His vocals sound better on this than any of his other releases imo, but the drumming is really off and annoying in some parts. Guitar work is cool tho.

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Judio!
Contributing Reviewer
September 6th 2014


6661 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Sweet, will check it soon for sure

By the way Cap what's the formatting for encoding links in comments?

Judio!
Contributing Reviewer
September 6th 2014


6661 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Ah ok thanks. Excited to hear your new track!



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