|Junius Eternal Rituals For The Accretion of Light
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|3.2 good||Trey Spencer STAFF | April 3rd 17|
Yes, the vocals are kind of monotonous and the music basically plods along, but somehow the melodies and atmosphere are enough to make it enjoyable.
|2.0 poor||BlazinBlitzer | March 14th 17|
What a sad case of an album. The album only started to pick up at "Telepaths and Pyramids", but my God was the first half an absolute trainwreck to sit through.
|4.0 excellent||Brett Wodon | March 9th 17|
The melodies in this album are so much fun. The beginning of The Queen's Constellation makes me
smile, and the main melody in Heresy of the Free Spirit gives me chills. The mastermind behind
Junius really knows what he's doing. This is a super fun catchy, atmospheric, shoe-gazey
progressive metal album that does wonders for fans of Gojira and more atmospheric stuff. The album
falls off a bit at Telepaths & Pyramids and Masquerade Veils. They are slower tracks, and I feel
it kills the brooding more intense mood of the rest of the album. Not bad songs, they just don't
seem to add much to the album.
|2.5 average||David Mackowiak | March 8th 17|
I don't understand how a band who wrote 'All Shall Float' could write this album, but here we are,
like a narcoleptic on a melatonin-benadryl bender, trying to stay awake.
|3.5 great||Bill | May 8th 17|
|4.0 excellent||progsun | April 14th 17|
|2.5 average||Lalka | March 27th 17|
|2.5 average||Ulshad | March 26th 17|
|2.0 poor||Elynna | March 24th 17|
|3.0 good||neikos | March 23rd 17|
|4.0 excellent||CutMan | March 17th 17|
|4.0 excellent||K4nOo | March 12th 17|
|3.5 great||ification CONTRIBUTOR | March 7th 17|
|4.5 superb||Jeejee | March 3rd 17|
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