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Zip
September 28th 2009


5312 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I can't get into the album but the title track is stunning. The music video though really disturbs me on like 800 levels

jingledeath
September 28th 2009


7100 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

just watched it, weird shit indeed

Det_Nosnip
September 28th 2009


374 Comments


[quote=Willie]

They do. Use brackets [].

[ /quote] (Without the space between the bracket and the backslash).

No, they don't...see? :p

I have to say this is easily one of PL's most solid albums. Even Draconian Times peters out a little after Shadowkings.

Metalstyles
September 28th 2009


8576 Comments


don't put quote=willie, just put quote into the brackets.

I am have still yet to hear this (sad face). Damn time and/or memory problems.

Altmer
September 29th 2009


5711 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

On Draconian Times it was basically a carbon copy. Good album though...

Willie
Moderator
September 29th 2009


20214 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

It is a good album, because just the vocals are a carbon copy. The music on that album is still nothing like Metallica.

Altmer
September 29th 2009


5711 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I know. I love the album. But I hear the Metallica vox on this one too. There is a bit on "Frailty" that reminds me of Trivium.

Willie
Moderator
September 29th 2009


20214 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

No way. That is one of my favorite songs on this album and I don't hear any Trivium.

LisbonGirls
September 29th 2009


832 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

There is a bit on "Frailty" that reminds me of Trivium.






Definitely hear the trivium

Willie
Moderator
September 29th 2009


20214 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Alright fuckers, I'm going to re-listen to that song right now. What exactly should I be listening for and at what part?

Altmer
September 29th 2009


5711 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

1:55 - 2:30

LisbonGirls
September 29th 2009


832 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I hear it more to the beginning of the song

Altmer
September 29th 2009


5711 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

first a vocal line that is trivium then it turns into a trivium-esque riff with the vocal patterns on top of it.



i'm thinking shogun era trivium here.



note: i like that album so it's not a bad thing to me

Willie
Moderator
September 29th 2009


20214 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I'm not hearing it. I think our times are messed up, though, because on my iPod at the 1:30 mark it's in the middle of the bridge and then goes into the black metalish part at 1:40... is that what you're talking about? If anything, the black metal part is similar to My Dying Bride's attempt at that same sound.

LisbonGirls
September 29th 2009


832 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Vocals again at 54 sec in are definitely trivium influenced

Willie
Moderator
September 29th 2009


20214 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I like Trivium too (especially Shogun), I'm just not hearing it at all.

Altmer
September 29th 2009


5711 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

"nature, i've never shown so much redemption"

Willie
Moderator
September 29th 2009


20214 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Nope. Not hearing it at all. Throw on a Trivium song and try to compare it to those vocals.

Altmer
September 29th 2009


5711 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I guess I'm just weird then.



Anyway, the title track is the best song for me now.

Willie
Moderator
September 29th 2009


20214 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Those vocals you're referring to are too similar to their Shades of God album to be a Trivium influence (plus, again, I just don't hear the comparison anyway).



A lot of people seem to be into the title track. I like it and it's one of my favorites, but "Frailty" was just such a surprise that it took that top spot real quick.



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