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|2.5 average||atmanknows1 | September 15th 13|
The arrangements are nice, skills and musical concepts are pretty good too. Production
isn't completely awful, though maybe there are some mixing things that could have been
different to reflect their sound better. Overall, everything is kind of flat. For one
thing, if a band is going too write the same song over and over again, they should probably
make each iteration of it a little shorter. It all sounds the same, has no dynamic
variance, no real rhythmic interest, some good harmony though there's a tendency to rehash
both harmonic and melodic concepts. The whole endeavor is Okay at best, I think. Decent
vocalist, though he should try and sound less like a Maynard/Daniel Gildenlow chimera.
Also, the whispering thing doesn't work. Scream or turn up the volume, or better yet,
listen to some Frigoris to hear it when it's successful.
|0.0 ||Tim Bartolini | December 14th 11|
It's melodic and mystical which is nice, yet there is not much else to this album. Two serious cons are the production quality and the lead singer's voice.
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