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|0.0 ||LightRedFloyd | August 2nd 13|
The only advice I give to people these days is this: if you can't listen to color then you sure as hell shouldn't try seeing why kids love the taste of Cinnamon Toast Crunch
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|0.0 ||bars | August 8th 13|
you guys are fucking kidding me, right? right?
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|1.5 very poor||Lambda | August 8th 13|
★★ I formerly had a soundoff for this album, but Sputnik doesn't let you delete soundoffs, so I
replaced the soundoff with this. Check out my new account, EasterInTheBatcave, for all of my
soundoffs and reviews, including the one for this album. ★★
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|4.0 excellent||Crocodile | December 9th 13|
This album is so good. AGATG came back real hard with an album that delivers to the fans of their older stuff as well as their most recent stuff. AGATG isn't for everyone which is great because the band isn't there to please everyone either. They're just a bunch of guys doing what they like. This time with twice as much energy. They brought back dual vocals, kept their goofiness and snappy techno parts. IMO one of the only non boring deathcore bands.
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|1.5 very poor||EasterInTheBatcave | December 3rd 15|
Arsonists Get All the Girls have always had a sense of humour-- as their band name indicates-- but none of their releases demonstrate this sense more freely than this one. That doesn't mean it's a good album, though. Indeed, while it has moments ("Balloon Battle") it ultimately, due to an over-reliance on boring metal riffage and an appalling second vocalist, fails.
|2.5 average||Alabaster Jones | September 27th 14|
The first self-released record by experimental deathcore band Arsonists Get All The Girls is their most grind-influenced release, but is also their most unvaried. Many of the shorter songs bleed together and sound very similar, and the electronics that the band is famous for are at a creative low here, despite the all-electronic "Balloon Battle". Still, the album does have some bright spots in "Watchers" and "MK DELTA: Glorified Killers", which are coincidentally the two longest songs on the record. The return of Remi Rodburg is a decent touch, but his vocals have become rougher since The Game Of Life. The song remains the same, though: if you like Arsonists Get All The Girls in all of their off-kilter humor, you'll like this record. If you don't like Arsonists Get All The Girls, you will have a hard time getting into this.r
|3.5 great||Jared Floryan | September 4th 14|
Up until now, I never really bothered to hear any of this band's material. Let's just say I have my reasons which will go unanswered. The Santa Cruz, California act Arsonists Get All the Girls issued an album in 2013 entitled Listen to the Color... I don't get it either, but anyway! This record astonished me, in that it was actually not too shabby. The vocals certainly take some time to accept, though you'd only be saying such a thing if you weren't with these boys at the very beginning - and hey, Remi Rodberg compliments AGATG's sound. Essentially put, Listen to the Color is a feverish offering which contains lovable dorkiness and a few surprisingly tamer moments above all else.
|5.0 classic||harrison96 | September 2nd 14|
Remy is the tiny tim of unclean vocals his spastic delivery is what makes AGATG such a great unique band as much as everyone loved portals this album symbolizes the acid hallucinating zaniness that is arsonists get all the girls
|0.0 ||DarknessPrevails | May 6th 14|
An absolutely crazy album that blends grind, deathcore, and experimental metal perfectly together. One of the most memorable releases of 2013.
|0.0 ||JimFear | February 22nd 14|
This album is pretty fucking tasty. It sounds like old AGATG but fresh and focused at the same time. Nothing sounds disjointed. The only thing is I want to know who provided the insane vocal delivery.
|3.5 great||DJD1ed | December 18th 13|
Wow, I have never seen a band go back to the exact same way they were after changing it up like they did on the two previous albums. This album sounds exactly like The Game of Life.
|2.5 average||Seraph | December 2nd 13|
kinda cool, but not as great as their last three. sad development for them, dunno.
|3.5 great||beezay | August 9th 13|
Not bad. I thoroughly enjoyed Cameron Reed (high-screams) back in the songs. Reminds me of the good ol' The Game of Life days.
|4.5 superb||xMETALHEDx | August 7th 13|
Totally blown away by this! Cant stop listening to it! Woulda gave it a perfect but it is really short.
|0.0 ||Jordan Cable | August 6th 13|
The only advice I give to people these days is this: if you can listen to colors, then you should probably consider time travel. you won't regret it.
|3.5 great||Comatorium. | August 3rd 13|
This album is fucking lethal. And weird as fuck. The dual vocal attack is what AGATG has been lacking all these
years and the quirky electronic and jazz breaks are in full disjointed force here, which for this album is a
compliment of the highest order.
|0.0 ||Grinddestroyer | August 2nd 13|
The only advice I give to people these days is this: if you can listen to colors, then you should probably take up music as a career. You might possibly become a famous musician like many other synesthete.
|0.0 ||NightmareCinema16 | August 2nd 13|
The only advice I give to people these days is this: if you can listen to colors, then you should probably see a doctor. Or you're the reincarnation of Syd Barrett.
|4.0 excellent||jfirak | August 16th 14|
|3.5 great||Fujay | April 20th 14|
|4.5 superb||Dean R | February 14th 14|
|1.5 very poor||Michal | December 27th 13|
|1.0 awful||cjacob6 | December 18th 13|
|4.0 excellent||Nethal | October 18th 13|
|3.5 great||enjoimx | September 18th 13|
|2.0 poor||alsid | August 20th 13|
|2.5 average||Ryan | August 15th 13|
|1.5 very poor||Robert | August 14th 13|
|3.0 good||N2B3J | August 9th 13|
|4.5 superb||Tywuhh | August 8th 13|
|3.5 great||Andy | August 6th 13|
|3.0 good||EJinHD | August 5th 13|
|2.0 poor||Hati | August 4th 13|
|4.0 excellent||Pagan | August 4th 13|
|3.5 great||brunch | August 1st 13|
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