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Of Mice and Men Restoring Force
Pop Evil Onyx
Crown the Empire The Resistance: Rise of the Runaways
Ghost Atlas Gold Soul Coma
It was no surprise that Cash's vocal performance is the highlight here. Instead, it was the other elements such as song structure and lyricism that really pieced together an almost perfect masterpiece. Though the topics have been shared by just about everyone imaginable, it is in the way Ghost Atlas presented and put their own lyrical twists on them that makes them so memorable and distinguishable from their counterparts. Though he showcases plenty of talent with Erra in the metal scene, it seems that the alt rock scene is RIGHT in Jesse Cash's wheelhouse.
The Amity Affliction Let the Ocean Take Me
While I appreciate the sincere effort of trying to connect with their fans, I believe the band tries TOO hard at it. The younger kids like stuff to mosh to, so they threw breakdowns in some of these songs that really ruin any potentially shining moments. It is very maddening to say the least. Just like their last album, the guitars never really had any standout moments. Vocals and lyrical content obviously were the biggest focus, but the instrumentation needs to have moments other than just in the middle of breakdowns where they can stand out. Obviously, if you were not a fan of the band to begin with, Let The Ocean Take Me is not going to ch
Dog Fashion Disco Sweet Nothings
Have never heard of this band before hearing this album, and apparently I was missing out on a lot. I really like the way DFD can mix so many different sounding genres into one collective and cohesive masterpiece.
Born of Osiris Tomorrow We Die Alive
One of the most talented around, the band should and could have done so much more with this release. After releasing such an amazing album in The Discovery, Born of Osiris really need to take the advice of the lyrics in "Machine", and take a look at themselves to ask what went wrong. Maybe they let the fame go to their head and got careless, or maybe the lack of guitarist Jason Richardson on this album is what pushed them to focus more on the synthesizers. Whatever the case, hopefully Born of Osiris will find their way back on the path that lead to their Ascension. Tomorrow We Die Alive was not awful, but by releasing it Born of Osiris falls

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  • Gameofmetal I second what Moreira said about your ratings. Entertaining though I wonder how you have the time for all of them haha. Just wanna say that I'm glad there is someone who appreciates KSE's As Daylight Dies as much as I do. Best release from them bar none. P.S. you need to reply in the other persons shoutbox when they message you, not your own.
    August 20 03:49 PM
  • Deuce8311 Thanks man appreciate it! :D
    September 20 06:34 PM
  • TheMoreira Dude its a thrill to come look at your ratings. You always write a pretty explanatory soundoff on everything you rate. Respect for that.
    September 19 10:49 PM
  • Deuce8311 Thanks and I will cause I don't care what anyone says everyone's got an opinion.
    September 18 01:39 PM
  • Solisis Don't listen to that guy, keep doing what you're doing. Seriously
    September 11 05:29 PM

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