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climactic
August 9th 2014


21825 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

dead sea off of nomadic trumps every song here methinks

Br00talK1d
August 9th 2014


300 Comments


this album is meh, it reminds me of Sempiternal because I feel nothing when I listen to this album just like Sempiternal

Jade
Staff Reviewer
August 9th 2014


10665 Comments


This album is actually just Sempiternal

17WordHaiku
August 9th 2014


243 Comments


good review Omaha. finally rated this after a few listens but i'm not crazy about it.

Allure is pretty awesome though.

mindleviticus
August 9th 2014


8752 Comments


my dick actually became rock hard thinking about this album

Gameofmetal
Contributing Reviewer
August 9th 2014


9338 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

my dick actually became rock hard thinking about this album [2]

Digging: Hexvessel - No Holier Temple

TzarChasm
August 9th 2014


260 Comments


I fucking love this CD. No, the production isn't the best, but c'mon—you're listening to death metal! There isn't a genre on earth more prone to shit production. Eight out of every ten major label metal albums sound like they were recorded in bomb shelters, and the ninth one actually *was*.

Metal deserves a lot better on average but this CD sounds fine by comparison to a third of my collection.

FearThyEvil
August 9th 2014


14577 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

lol

Brostep
Staff Reviewer
August 9th 2014


4225 Comments


COOKIE MONSTER NOISES

someone sent me a link to one of these songs for that infinite playlist thingy and yep this is not for me unfortunately

VinVal
August 10th 2014


1167 Comments


Is this kid for real? Maybe youre thinking of black metal as the genre with the shittiest production cause im sure anyone who actually listens to death metal can name about twenty bands with excellent production.

But anyway band is kinda bland yo

Wolfhorde
August 10th 2014


15028 Comments


^ what he said.

this just brings the wank

Tyrael
August 10th 2014


21005 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

lotsa trolls itt

tempest--
August 10th 2014


18683 Comments


artwork is so sweet gotta check this soon

SlMBOLlC
August 10th 2014


5551 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

yeah its pretty good

Shuyin
August 10th 2014


12982 Comments


band came a long away since leper colony

Digging: Frontierer - Orange Mathematics

TzarChasm
August 11th 2014


260 Comments


@VinVal: First, I'm not a kid. Period. Second, I phrased myself poorly in that I meant that all of
metal as a "grand" genre is prone to shit production. I have a ton of ambient black and raw black
metal in my collection, so I know all about black metal's track record with production.

My point stands: compare the production on your average jazz/R&B/bubble-gum pop or even country CD to
ninety percent of metal and you'll find that even quality metal bands frequently get shafted.
There's no excuse for albums like Chthonic's Bu-Tik or Mors Principium Est's And Death Said Live . .
. to sound as awful as they do when the music is so goddamned amazing. Hell, even Dark
Tranquillity's latest has faint and indistinct cymbals. :/

VinVal
August 11th 2014


1167 Comments


you dont know the trvth

Solbrave
August 11th 2014


574 Comments


most albums have bad, brickwalled production, it just sounds worse for metal just because of how much the layered instrumentation benefits from actually being, you know, audible

RenegaDrifter
August 11th 2014


258 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

It's an interesting listen through and through. Not quite what I was expecting though?



As for the production..... you guys who are hung up on THAT aspect alone can't even pretend to not have seen this coming. Nomadic was loud. Hell the first album was pretty up there.

SourAK
August 11th 2014


1628 Comments


this gave me a headache



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