Circa Survive The Amulet
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stillknight
September 26th 2017


1 Comments


Truly couldnt do anything beyond On Letting Go and Juturna. You could really feel the soul in those two albums. The wailing guitars with Anthony green being the siren at the top. The rest is just filler in comparison IMO. New album seems more promising.

dbizzles
September 26th 2017


10005 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Yeah, check it harder. Stay and Rites of Investiture rip and remind me more of the olden days.

BeyondCosby
September 26th 2017


1661 Comments


Never got the hype with this band. Everything they put out is just.... I dunno. It doesn't do much for me

kingdedethefifth
September 26th 2017


3856 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Understandable. This is the first album I heard by them and I can see why some might find if empty. I quiet enjoyed this however, the whole vibe of this album is just soothing.

Cryio
September 26th 2017


116 Comments


Now that Sowing loves Circa, maybe he'll do some retrospective reviews by release year or in reverse order, to see their progression / band choices. Could be highly interesting.

LordePots
September 26th 2017


37833 Comments


this band needs a new album cover.

Digging: Kitty - Miami Garden Club

Danred97
September 26th 2017


1443 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I liked Violent Waves and Descensus well enough, but this is so much better. The last couple of tracks in particular are astounding.

Digging: Tyson Motsenbocker - Almira

VaxXi
September 26th 2017


4094 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

better than the last two, but damn, where's 'catchy as fuck' circa at?

Digging: FERN - FERN

bbdmittenz
September 27th 2017


245 Comments


Didn't really love Decensus. Prepared to give this one a shot but man-oh-man is it THAT good?

StolenIdentity
September 27th 2017


289 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Danred I agree hard. The last 2 tracks are up there with the best in their career.

StolenIdentity
September 27th 2017


289 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

VaxXi, catchy Circa started and ended with BSN and that’s not even a bad thing.

Voltimand
September 27th 2017


677 Comments


Anthony Green sounds like Stevie Nicks.

coldheaven
September 27th 2017


173 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

I totally agree with Identity, there were some songs after BSN that were catchy, but not the album as a whole. Anthony Green totally has still got it, did anyone enjoy "Pixie Queen", or the new Saosin album? Those were pretty damn catchy.

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bowlermicah
September 27th 2017


10 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

New Saosin was cool, about half the tracks were really good, the other half were just there, but those songs that were good were REALLY good.

dbizzles
September 27th 2017


10005 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I didn't care for new Saosin at all, but I honestly didn't give it much of a chance. Haven't jammed Pixie Queen, but I've heard good things about it. I mostly liked Avalon and wasn't big on the two that followed.

SowingSeason
Moderator
September 27th 2017


24775 Comments

Album Rating: 4.3

Jamming BSN now and loving it.

Digging: Circa Survive - The Amulet

coldheaven
September 27th 2017


173 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Now onto Juturna. Listen to that shit 1,000 times in a row, Sowing. And be patient for the bonus track cause it's well worth it.

dbizzles
September 27th 2017


10005 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Juturna rules.

SowingSeason
Moderator
September 27th 2017


24775 Comments

Album Rating: 4.3

I want to give BSN time to sink in, and perhaps re-listen to The Amulet a few more times as well, but I'll make Juturna my next stop.

coldheaven
September 27th 2017


173 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Try to go into with fresh ears, I'm not entirely sure what it's like to hear all their other albums and THEN Juturna. Might not have the same effect as it did when it was released, or the first Circa album someone hears.



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