|Agalloch The Silence of Forgotten Landscapes
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|0.0 ||Terrifyer | November 17th 10|
agalloch arent black metal hurrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr dur
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|4.0 excellent||NeutralThunder12 | October 1st 10|
Agalloch are a truly mind-blowing band, and this DVD shows that they can perform the music they write very well. Because this type of music doesn't make for the most rocking show, I kind of lost focus at some points, but overall, the instrumentals were flawless and John's clean vocals and whisper screams were perfect. The set list was fantastic as well, and the black and white recording allowed the DVD to seem more raw and beautiful, untouched by the over-done production that it could of had. The black and white really suited the music well. Excellent performance by one of my favorite bands.
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|0.0 ||someguest | March 11th 10|
can someone hook a nigga up with this
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|3.5 great||dandezebra | February 24th 15|
Is it just me, or are they not playing in time with each other on numerous songs?
|0.0 ||Alex Newton | November 26th 12|
Watched "I Am the Wooden Doors" online and was very disappointed. Haughm's voice was pitch-corrected and the new drummer couldn't keep time...I'll need convincing on this.
|0.0 ||Comatorium. | November 17th 10|
Everything is pretty much perfect and sounds fantastic, but Agalloch is a black metal band. A very long-winded, slow-burning black metal band. This gets kinda boring at times, but its awesomeeeee.
|4.0 excellent||Hybza | June 25th 14|
|4.5 superb||Deha | May 9th 14|
|4.0 excellent||zxlkho | September 28th 13|
|4.0 excellent||Koei | March 21st 13|
|4.5 superb||shanks | March 17th 13|
|4.0 excellent||Zantera | March 1st 13|
|3.5 great||Tiwo | June 4th 12|
|3.0 good||ABC | October 25th 11|
|4.5 superb||ot63 | April 4th 11|
|4.5 superb||mnwild | December 8th 10|
|4.0 excellent||limbs | June 3rd 10|
|3.5 great||Gbhill | March 28th 10|
|4.5 superb||XII | March 3rd 10|
|4.5 superb||Rob | February 25th 10|
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