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|4.0 excellent||MegaJake1024 | April 30th 14|
Divine is not the only standout track... Gaia may only be a minute long, but it is an outstanding introduction to the title track, which carries the momentum forward and is arguably just as good as Divine. Sacred is another moderately strong track with a beautiful chorus, but the next two tracks really solidify the album as superb for me. Gravity and Healer are two of the best, and most refreshing, post-hardcore songs I've heard in a longtime. Gravity's verses are solid and it has a captivating clean vocal chorus, meanwhile, Healer has simply beautiful instrumentals with a riveting harsh vocal chorus and is, to me, the best song on the album. The band even busts out some intense gang vocals and a hardcore almost raplike section as well. Rebirth soothes the waters so to speak and is another great instrumental track. With Afterglow, the album picks up right where it left off. It has a cool opening riff and another outstanding harsh vocal chorus, preceded by small sections of cleans in the verses. Truenorth also has a pretty nifty background riff, and though it isn't one of album's top songs, it still stands on its own as another solid track. The album closes (non-instrumentally) with Wildflower, which is an almost purely clean vocal track and a great one. It builds to a climax when the harsh vocals power through to its close. The track is beautiful and powerful. The instrumental Mother finishes the album well, even if the spoken words somewhat distract from the beauty of the track itself in the midsection.
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|3.0 good|| ^_^ | May 7th 14|
Divination is definitely better, but this is still above average metalcore. The whole theme of nature is really cool, but rsome of the songs fall short. Overall this sticks pretty true to their old style. Wish they had a new halo sound clip in rthere tho
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|3.0 good||Greavesy8 | June 5th 14|
Would be a 4 if it wasn't for the grating cleans, loved the video for Divine.
|4.0 excellent||butchinette, herself | May 15th 14|
seriously, this is addictive. i mean, i can't stop listening to it these days. "divine" is my favorite track, and how good is that ending track?! just wow!!
|3.5 great||Haon | May 11th 14|
Improvement from Divination. Not a big fan of the cleans but its still great overall.
|2.5 average||Nocturnal | May 6th 14|
Damn a lot of hype for this. I can't understand it at all, its like everybody gave up and lowered their standards on the entire metalcore/generiacore scene. Its certainly not bad by any means but this isn't the second coming of Parkway Drive or As I Lay Dying. They do try hard and mean well but I can't see anybody who was around for the glory years of metalcore really enjoying it. Fuck all y'all kids.
|3.5 great||madddubokbro | May 5th 14|
I was a huge fan of Divination, and I have to say I'm a little let down. The clean vocals can become very grating, and nothing really stood out on my first listen. Between a 3-3.5 for me.
|5.0 classic||jaspvr | April 30th 14|
In Hearts Wake put their own modern take on the crushing, melodic formula created by early For The Fallen Dreams, and with Earthwalker have perhaps surpassed them. Refreshingly brilliant metalcore.
|3.0 good||OverSlyZed | April 30th 14|
Divine is the only standout track...the rest is average mehh
|2.0 poor||Tom | October 10th 14|
|3.5 great||Manx | July 19th 14|
|4.0 excellent||Betray | July 3rd 14|
|3.5 great||eXxist | June 26th 14|
|3.5 great||ryan10 | June 11th 14|
|4.5 superb||says | June 6th 14|
|4.0 excellent||Kmndr | May 30th 14|
|3.0 good||ADR | May 10th 14|
|4.0 excellent||ughmas | May 6th 14|
|4.0 excellent||Shabz | May 4th 14|
|5.0 classic||befire | May 1st 14|
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