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|2.0 poor||Steven Spedding | April 24th 11|
the only good thing about this band before was that their drummer was phenomenal. They must have told him to calm down. Thus making this one of the most tedious and boring listens I have had in a long time.
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|1.5 very poor||Scott Krasman | April 24th 11|
They should change their name to Texas In August. Bunch of ripoffs.
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|0.0 ||Eric | April 24th 11|
well this is absolutely disgusting. I wasn't expecting much, but Jesus Christ...
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|0.0 ||xstaytrue18x | April 18th 11|
really boring, all the songs sound the same and follow the same format. chug chug chug chug, breakdown, and maybe some nice guitar work in there. i preferred the last release
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|2.5 average||noconflictbanana | September 28th 13|
This album in a nutshell: *Opening drum fill*...Sudden transition into a breakdown...Oh! What a shock, another breakdown! I wonder what could be next?...SLOW DOWN THE BREAKDOWN TO GET 2 STEP ON...Break-down number 3, oh wait I think it's number 4...At least i think... I really don't know.
|0.0 ||ASnideRemark | October 5th 12|
Boring instrumentation that sounds like a poor man's "August Burns Red" with mediocre vocals and generic song construction, Texas in July have yet to improve from their debut album and instead fall further into their more generic qualities. The only positive aspect about this album would be the song "May", which is a relaxing acoustic ballad with no vocals and some nice string arrangements, leaps and bounds better than anything else on the album.
|1.5 very poor||Isaacbean | April 29th 11|
The most generic, boring, unentertaining piece of shit that I have ever had the displeasure of letting touch the insides of my ears. Simply put.
|2.0 poor||TheGodDamnJets337 | April 26th 11|
I agree with Steven Speeding... Adam Gray is the best part of this band. It's kinda sad that the drumming in this album sounds so boring... Giant waste of talent. Not to menton, their screamer has always been garbage and from what I have listened to, it doesn't change...
|2.5 average||Chris Higgins | April 25th 11|
I can't help but feel that I like this album a little more than the rating states, it's like a 2.80 which is slightly better. Replacing breakdowns was a nice touch, but the album wares off after a few songs and mainly comes down to good moments rather than good songs. Still, a could-be-better album in a could-be-better genre.
|4.0 excellent||Youniverse | April 24th 11|
If you were gonna buy only one REAL metalcore album this year, it should be this one. The title track alone destroys half the mediocre and uninspired stuff out there. Misery Signals have left quite a mark indeed.
|3.0 good||Jerrad Williams | April 18th 11|
Awesome Metalcore is awesome. These guys are extremely nice as well. If you like August Burns Red and Misery Signals, you will probably enjoy this.
|4.0 excellent||Justin Veltman | April 18th 11|
A giant step up from their first release. The biggest improvements are over-all cohesion and vocals, these vocals are downright amazing now.
|2.5 average||Sapee | October 4th 14|
|2.5 average||Roman | May 6th 14|
|1.5 very poor||Dunpeal | November 9th 13|
|2.0 poor||Kronzo | October 3rd 12|
|3.5 great||tresm87 | September 28th 12|
|1.5 very poor||Acorn | May 9th 12|
|2.5 average||vinceG | March 12th 12|
|2.5 average||MTTS | February 16th 12|
|3.0 good||JAXETA | November 29th 11|
|3.5 great||quik40 | November 5th 11|
|2.0 poor||Nacram | October 19th 11|
|4.0 excellent||Aj | October 14th 11|
|4.0 excellent||dredq | September 24th 11|
|2.0 poor||G.M.B. | August 20th 11|
|2.5 average||CHUNK | June 21st 11|
|2.5 average||fox | June 8th 11|
|2.5 average||sturta | June 8th 11|
|1.5 very poor||Spec | April 27th 11|
|2.0 poor||Kulti | April 27th 11|
|2.0 poor||saucy | April 25th 11|
|2.5 average||bloc | April 20th 11|
|3.0 good||Seraph | April 19th 11|
|2.5 average||Pim K | April 19th 11|
|3.5 great||mcchub | April 17th 11|
|3.0 good||alsid | April 17th 11|
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