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nkn3390
January 31st 2009


71 Comments


Great review, love this band. One thing bugs me though: there isn't any double bass on this album. Mike Novak uses a single pedal. You're hearing a series of two bass drum hits with toms in between, giving an illusion of double bass at times. Which is pretty awesome, if you ask me. Also, the production of the drums doesn't leave you wondering if there were any real drum sounds used at all on the album, like so many metalcore bands with "lightning-fast" double bass.This Message Edited On 01.31.09

makeyourself027
February 23rd 2009


8 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Good review, fantastic album. One of the most original bands I've come across in a long time.

Thor
March 26th 2009


10354 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

ugh this album just makes me want to drink beer and grow a massive beard, so good

speakeasymonday
May 13th 2009


3 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

ETID>Children of Bodom

dredq
May 13th 2009


3 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

"This band stole their name from the Children of Bodom song, i dont care if they came up with it first they just did"



Dude, you're nuts! Keith Buckley is former english teacher and you trying to say that the former teacher could steal the name of the song from FINNISH band? This is ridiculous.

Deathcar
June 28th 2009


1534 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

This album is great fun.



ETID aren't the greatest band of all time by any means, but I don't think that matters really, they're just quality fun music.



This album played at a party guarantees a good night (and alot of mayhem most likely...)



Spot on review, thumbs up from me =)

trilogique
July 27th 2009


246 Comments


Love this album, but the fillers make it fall short.

Inveigh
August 28th 2009


26874 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

There's at least a little filler on every ETID record, it just comes with the territory (in my opinion). I love this album. Contrary to a lot of people, I actually like a lot of the newer stuff by these guys more than Last Night In Town and at least as much as Hot Damn!. Great beer-chugging, smash-your-face-through-drywall music.

Ubicuo
August 30th 2009


56 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

vocally the front man is a monster. musically the band will eat you

Groink
August 30th 2009


846 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Yea, this rocks.

liveloud4life
November 18th 2009


36 Comments


Dude, Cities and Years. Such a good breakdown.

PeteyThePistol
January 19th 2010


208 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

The breakdown at the end of cities and years is so good, yes I know the poster above me said that, but its so good it deserves to said twice in a row.

DinoX
February 28th 2011


3582 Comments


I like this significantly more than New Junk Aesthetic.

ffs
February 28th 2011


6213 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

i likeit

Inveigh
February 28th 2011


26874 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I prefer this to NJA

ffs
February 28th 2011


6213 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

their first 2 albums are my fav i think but all their stuff is at least good. cool band.

G3N3R1C
February 28th 2011


1945 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

This kinda feels like NJA Lite at times. Don't get me wrong, there's some great shit on here. But the material on here as a whole just isn't as strong.



Plus, even the band themselves admit that the song sequencing on the album was off. It just doesn't flow as well as NJA.

Cosmiche
April 4th 2011


361 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I don't like this nearly as much as NJA, but i LOVE NJA, so go figure. album has some filler, no doubt, but the good tunes are damn good.



pigs is pigs

cities and years (BREAKDOWN)

rebdez-voodoo

a gentleman's sport (BREAKDOWN)

INRIhab

depressionista

imitation is there sincerest form of battery



all monster tunes

Spec
August 12th 2011


39358 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

We'rewolf is such a badass song.

IrishJay91
August 12th 2011


688 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

^this



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