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|5.0 classic||neesh | February 13th 12|
Josh Eppard wore his heart on both sleeves (both literally and figuratively) during this record. Its truly a
cinematic aural masterpiece, allowing the audience to look into and experience Mr. Eppard's downfall as he
descended into the dark world of drug abuse, comfortably leaving a platinum-selling, genre-defining rock
band and blowing all that success money on the habit.
With the help of his friends, Weerd Science throws this heavy shit on us while still entertaining us with his
cleverly crude humor, and blowing our minds with his technical skill. Not only does Science have a one-of-a-
kind flow, but he also rocks multiple instruments- giving the album a truly organic feel.
Despite having been selected by Modern Drummer magazine as the 5th best Progressive Rock drummer in
2006, Josh Eppard left Coheed and Cambria mid-tour overseas, just a few months later. He became consumed
by Heroin, and was only able to climb out through the music. Now at the end of 2011, Eppard is back in
Coheed and Cambria, working on their 6th album.
2 Bumps | Bump
|0.0 ||simmo69lol | February 22nd 13|
Phenomenal, this album needs more love.r50charactersishiggitydiggity
|4.5 superb||Arron | December 3rd 12|
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