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|1.0 awful||fromtheinside | February 7th 13|
an explosive new dubstep band! red is here to rock your senses
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|2.0 poor||toxin | February 3rd 13|
This sounds like an album 'released in panic'.
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|0.0 ||ASnideRemark | December 1st 12|
Everyone, don't be quick to dismiss this album. From what I've heard of the previews, it sounds... well, way better than Until We Have Faces. The strings are still there so you don't have to worry about that, it's just the first two singles didn't have strings. I'll have a review up for this the day that it's streaming / released depending on which comes first.
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|2.0 poor||DeadStarShine | February 11th 13|
They should just stop releasing albums every year. This is quite a disappointment.
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|5.0 classic||Scamp4553 | March 14th 13|
A different direction than what Red is used to, but it's definitely for the better. Even though the remix tracks on the deluxe album hold this back from overtaking Innocence and Instinct as Red's best album, it is still a very cohesive album, and it's nice to see a band trying something different.
|3.0 good||Caleb C. | February 4th 13|
Not as bad as expected, but still not what we expect from Red. This is disappointing in ways that I hadn't initially expected.
|3.0 good||MegaJake1024 | February 3rd 13|
Damage is one of my favorite tracks they've done hands down. Howard Benson is a fucker for sure, and there definitely not enough strings, but they're still present at times. Glass House, As You Go, and If We Only are other decent tracks. Better than UWHF.
|2.0 poor||Seth Barry-Hinton | February 3rd 13|
This is boring and overproduced, and Barnes is off with his vocals more than I'd like (he sounds like a sedated Jonathan Davis on "Damage"). We must demand Howard Benson's head.
|2.5 average||GiantSpeck | February 3rd 13|
This is pretty boring. Its primary weakness is the lack of strings. Its sole strength is the vocals.
|3.0 good||J.H. | February 3rd 13|
RED prove that they are getting incrementally more generic and boring and the Guillotine dubstep remixes particularly accentuate this point.
|5.0 classic||samharris | February 1st 13|
Have you actually heard it? I've just got it leaked and posted it on youtube. I know I'm also going to buy it. You can't judge a band on its singles. Now considering that the album wasn't leaked until 31st January any reviews before it are bullshit. This album is A CLASSIC. Close your eyes and listen to the smooth tracks like hold me now and The Moment We Come Alive and Headbang to the rocky, grimy tunes such as Release the Panic and Damage. I would also tell you the 2 songs on the deluxe CD are worth listening to and the 3 bonus remixes aren't bad.
|0.0 ||eekthecat | January 8th 13|
They want you to play their game and then their music. The game is indeed lazy, and so is the music. There's no salvation for this band, it's awful since their first record. They released it in 6/6/6 because they are Slipknot fans, arghhh. So what, Nirvana is awful too and makes a lot of success nowadays. Maybe they want it too and Accedia will give them for sure. Release The Fight Inside, Release The Duality, Release The Panic... release the same thing from the past and make new money. They just know what pleases the rock public because they know what pleases themselves. Play some Slipknot or Sevendust and you'll make them happy. Behind those masks of good christians, that's what you're going to find.... a bunch of pseudo-religious frustration and confrontation vain talking. It's less nocive listening to those bands than listening to a band whose members are members of a "religious" cult too. These people need seriously to learn to be themselves and stop playacting to silly kids.
|2.5 average||Ryan Kroner CONTRIBUTOR | December 22nd 12|
I've heard worse things in my days, but considering that Innocence & Instinct is one of my favorite alt rock albums of all time this is kind of depressing. That's not to say it's all bad: Red are still some of the best in the business at mid-tempo rockers with super catchy choruses (see "Glass House"), but the difference here is that the heavy tracks are utter shit. We know that Red can make awesome heavy songs (Feed the Machine, Out from Under, etc), but this is just sad. Also, there are not enough strings here. Howard Benson is a fucking bastard.
|3.0 good||Blace | April 11th 13|
|4.5 superb||Horn34 | February 19th 13|
|2.5 average||bain89 | February 16th 13|
|2.5 average||JSPRG | February 16th 13|
|2.5 average||mursu | February 15th 13|
|2.5 average||Dan | February 11th 13|
|3.5 great||Alex Beebe CONTRIBUTOR | February 11th 13|
|1.0 awful||Ty | February 7th 13|
|3.5 great||JRay18 | February 5th 13|
|2.5 average||Austin | February 5th 13|
|2.0 poor||P-Dub | February 4th 13|
|3.0 good||klav | February 1st 13|
|2.5 average||Funeral | January 31st 13|
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