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|5.0 classic||TheEnigmaticForm | May 24th 10|
This is what I was waiting for. This band right here deploy a great talent in this album. The guitar tone sounds awesome, Lafreniere's voice sound better like never, and keyboard add a particular touch in the album. Although Sarah's voice sounds a little bit whiny, I think people can understand that the band wants to add a new touch of emotion in their songs. The Breathing Process knows how to experience, discovering ambient sounds, but they can stop right at the time to play some brutal symphonic black/death metal. This is the most underrated album this year...and by far one of the best Ive ever heard this year!
PS. Give them support, these guys need it!
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|4.0 excellent||BlackLlama | October 26th 11|
How did i not hear of this band before? It's dark, intense and melodic at the same time. Some of the best that Deathcore has to offer!
|5.0 classic||D00M | April 2nd 10|
you guys...this album has been on repeat since the day it was out.
in all honesty..this is some of the greatest music ive heard in a long time.
if your looking for something new..if your looking for something influential..
please go pick this album up.
this band is one of the most creative and heavy bands out there that actually deserve a hell of a lot more than they get..but boy did they ***ing deliver one hell of a remarkable ***ing album.
they almost had to end it all only selling 6000 copies of In:Waking Divinity which also has some amazing parts on it that will stick with me as well.
support this ***ing band..their ***ing great..they put on an amazing show..buy some ***ing merch..get this album..take it in..hold it down.
odyssey (un)dead..this alone right here sells the album itself
this album kills.buy it and spread the ***ing word.
|4.0 excellent||I made this account in 2008 | March 13th 10|
TBP delivers on their potential and offers up a solid effort full of driving guitar and synth riffs, fitting and at-times epic vocals, and more importantly, they seem to have gotten rid of the majority of their -core sound. The title track definitely has an identity crisis, however, fluctuating between generic riffs you've heard a thousand times before, keys, and clean vocals. Skip that track (it breaks up the momentum) and focus on other songs like Leveler and Hordes. This album's first half is particularly strong, give it a listen if you're into bands like Abigail Williams or Aurora Black.
|3.5 great||Warpt | April 3rd 12|
|3.5 great||fox | December 15th 11|
|3.0 good||VJ90 | September 10th 10|
|4.0 excellent||porkfaT | August 15th 10|
|3.0 good||nyc87 | June 27th 10|
|4.0 excellent||Tuomas | April 26th 10|
|3.0 good||Naenia | April 23rd 10|
|2.5 average||bloc | April 20th 10|
|4.5 superb||Grog50 | March 24th 10|
|4.0 excellent||Toretto | March 14th 10|
|2.5 average||dumpie | March 12th 10|
|4.0 excellent||ryan | March 11th 10|
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