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DungeonBoy
July 3rd 2017


2776 Comments


The production choice on this one is unfortunate in my opinion. Way too much low end going on, and it really suffocates everything. There are some really great riffs, jaw dropping solos, and one of John Henry's best vocal performances, but what were they thinking?

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bloc
July 3rd 2017


41992 Comments


Yeah it does sound a bit too muddy

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DungeonBoy
July 3rd 2017


2776 Comments


It's overbearing. I don't even mind modern production in most cases as long as it's nice and balanced, but if you compare Ballou's production on this to something like Every Time I Die's From Parts Unknown, it just leaves me scratching my head.

AdolfChrist
July 3rd 2017


10999 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I like the muddiness. Its a nice change and it fits with the more aggressive style.

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Lelle
July 3rd 2017


2310 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I seem to be in the minority here, but I like the production on their previous one. I think John sounds great on it.

JeetJeet
July 3rd 2017


4171 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I wish they went with Townsend as the producer on this.

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bloc
July 3rd 2017


41992 Comments


I always felt like their DT produced albums are muddy sounding too. Even more than this one.

SacredSerenity
July 17th 2017


575 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

One-two punch in the beginning is pretty sweet



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