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|4.0 excellent||ReAnimator | January 2nd 14|
Grindy, zero-fat metalcore. "Black Den" and "One Constant Volume" rshowcase some surprising bluesiness before the album rstops dead for "Cables Hum Overhead." Vaguely industrial and highly repetitive, it would rbenefit from swapping places with "Dim Light District," which would maintain the build-up of r"Black Den" and enhance the pay-off in "Citizen," one of the record's most balls-out tracks. rDespite that one issue, "Left in Kowloon" is vicious, no-frills shit, worth the 26 minutes rit takes to play it through.
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|4.0 excellent||Jared Floryan | January 13th 15|
Left in Kowloon is like a chainsaw being operated by three angels who have just recently sinned. The production quality of the album is crisp, yet quite robust even for a recording that only clocks in at 26 minutes. Premonitions of War's form of metalcore is self-explanatory, brutal instrumentation that's never afraid to explore substantially different ground, with "Black Den" and "Cables Hum Overhead" - both tracks fitting somewhere in the 5-minute mark - clearly attesting to bits and pieces of this record's variety.
|4.0 excellent||Mark A. CONTRIBUTOR | July 7th 14|
|3.5 great||Bill | November 26th 11|
|4.5 superb||Jared | November 16th 10|
|3.5 great||asaf | February 3rd 10|
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