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Black Veil Brides
Black Veil Brides
This album is a great collection of all their inspirations but they don't do enough to sound
unique. This album suffers from the same issue that 'Hail To The King' by Avenged Sevenfold had,
in that each song sounds like the bands interpretation of another bands song. There were many
occasions listening to 'Black Veil Brides' where I found myself saying "Sounds like Trivium" or
"Sounds like Guns N' Roses" or any other modern metal or rock band. Now that's not necessarily a
bad thing as they do a great job at emulating, but Black Veil Brides are a band that seem to lack
an identity or a sound they
Every Time I Die
From Parts Unknown
Album absolutely slays.. Just listen to it, you won't regret it.
This album feels to me like it came out a year too late as dubstep has moved on somewhat. I mean those still doing dubstep have moved on and started to copy the Knife Party style of things and many have moved on to trap and moombahton. The whole live band thing is pretty cool, but I think the gimmick dies off fast and you're left with some average and ultimately dated sounding dubstep.
Great album.. It is their best song wise since Meteora and probably their most cohesive
overall effort. This album gets so much right and I think they have finally found that
balance that may just get old fans back on board..
Rize of the Fenix
I'd take short if it means an album is as concise and well crafted as this. This album is
classic Tenacious D with homages to all their influences scattered throughout. It's probably
about as close to perfect as these guys will ever get, but it's better than most of their
peers and they will settle for that.
Where Sleeplessness is Rest From Nightmares
One of the rawest Metalcore albums you're ever likely to hear.. It's a great album and I hope one day Pete Wentz decides to revisit this band.
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