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|4.5 superb||SteakByrnes | March 3rd 17|
Phenomenal mix of melodic hardcore and metalcore. Excellent harsh vocalist that mixes yells, lows,
and highs very frequently, and the clean vocalist can sing exceptionally well with a good range.
The guitarists switch from breakdown to riff to melodic lines all over this record, and the
drummer has some nice fills here and there. 4.4/5
Best songs: Throne To The Wolves, Worms Wood, Hartsick, Feast For The Crows, Web Weaver
2 Bumps | Bump
|3.5 great||Shabz | March 18th 17|
It's a good album with the typical metalcore problems. For instance, despite the fact they all
have considerable talent, they stick to the same formula too much. The guitar tone could also be a
bit more crunchy and cleans are a bit hit and miss. Essentially, a good album with limited replay
value. I recommend this album to metalcore fans only.
|0.0 ||Ian (Storm) | March 7th 17|
Demon Hunter called and want their album artwork back.
|2.5 average||Phishstixxx | March 6th 17|
Overproduced, formulaic and predictable. Didn't everyone have enough of this saccharine bastard child of metalcore in the early 2000s?
|3.2 good||Trey Spencer STAFF | March 6th 17|
Ultra-melodic metalcore. My main issue is that it just feels too manufactured... screaming during the verses, singing during the choruses -- chugs followed by guitar harmonies followed by super melodic tangent back to chugs....
|4.5 superb||Goran Brezak | March 4th 17|
There is no doubt, this guys are gonna get BIG. Everything u want from metalcore u have in this album, from great harsh vocals, to some prety catchy choruses and exceptional riffs. You will just rape the repeat button on this one.
|4.0 excellent||Soossi | July 1st 17|
|4.0 excellent||JesperL | March 13th 17|
|2.5 average||T5Cx | March 7th 17|
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