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Take some BTBAM, Revocation, DEP, Periphery and MUCH MORE! Much like BTBAM these guys are constantly changing things up and in the best way! They have their own sound and each song has a different feel. I do wish the album was longer but it is still an album worth checking out!
Primus and The Chocolate Factory...
Rings of Saturn
Lugal Ki En
Fantastic album and a huge step in the right direction after the praise they gained from Dingir.
The album can be a huge clusterfuck but the sweeps and solos are all there and Ian is in top notch
with his vocals! The album is just plain fun even if it can be tiresome to listen to as well as
chaotic at times, but it still a well nice follow up to Dingir, possibly exceeding it.
I gotta give it 9 out of 10 anal probes.
Breaching the Sound
Language rivals The Contortionist's old album Exoplanet and easily blows Insintric out of the
water, while still having you wanting to come back for more. Simply a spectacular treat for your
ears and the production value is top notch! The Cynic influences is strong and the album treads
the line between between being melodic, beautiful, and at times, very brutal. I may even change
this to a 5 since it is really starting to become one of my favorite albums of the year. Also if
you want Exoplanet, GO LISTEN TO EXOPLANET! This album is amazing on its own. Ebb and Flow is
probably one of the best son
The Flesh Prevails
First time I have ever wanted to give a album a perfect score! This album is amazing and
exceeded my expectations. The solos gave me goosebumps and made my hairs stand up, while the
ambiance leaves a calm and relaxing feeling that haves me coming back for more. Do not
listen to the hipsters, it is not "overproduced" and sounds great. THIS ALBUM IS A GAME
CHANGER! CHECK IT OUT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!
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