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Artuma
May 22nd 2013


29121 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

The Great Misdirect was a lot better

Tyrael
May 22nd 2013


21069 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

lol

Digging: Summoning - With Doom We Come

TheSpaceMan
May 22nd 2013


9544 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

It made me really appreciate this album hearing it performed though. The intro in Extremophile is amazing but does drag more then any other song after that, and the breakdown in Ghosts was spectacular

Motiv3
May 22nd 2013


8979 Comments


"The Great Misdirect was a lot better"

Nah.

Artuma
May 22nd 2013


29121 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

nothing here can top Disease, Injury, Madness or Fossil Genera

Motiv3
May 22nd 2013


8979 Comments


Fossil Genera is great but its one of btbam's weakest long songs. Both Lay Your Ghosts to Rest and Silent Flight Parliament are better than Disease and I love the fuck out of Disease.

I am a fan boy of these guys but this for me is definitely equal best btbam album with silent circus. This is better than TGM and a lot better than Colors.

Emyay
May 22nd 2013


6280 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

nothing here can top Disease, Injury, Madness or Fossil Genera [2]

Artuma
May 22nd 2013


29121 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

yeah well, i should probably jam this more but TGM, Colors and Alaska > this imo. haven't heard Silent Circus

ViralOblivion
May 22nd 2013


7679 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Fossil Genera is one of Btbams best songs wtf are you on? The story of that song alone is fucking amazing

TheSpaceMan
May 22nd 2013


9544 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

TP:HD > TP:FS > Alaska > Colors > rest are tied here.

Motiv3
May 22nd 2013


8979 Comments


"Fossil Genera is one of Btbams best songs wtf are you on? The story of that song alone is fucking amazing"

The story and lyrics on that song are indeed brilliant but to me it is extremely disjointed even for BTBAM. It has the problem of some of the songs on colors where the heavy parts is a collection of riffs that come one after the other much like on sun of nothing and ants of the sky (except way less fun and memorable for me) which all seem to blend together. Yes, the riffs together make sense in the song but for me personally it ends up not being as memorable as many of BTBAM's other songs. The only truly outstanding parts on the song are the first 2 mins and the closing part of the song. Rest of the song could have gone in a different direction and it still would be as good if not even better.

This sort of problem BTBAM have had has been pretty much erased here.

Kinda feels weird for me of all people to be critiquing a btbam song haha.

TheSpaceMan
May 22nd 2013


9544 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

This sort of problem BTBAM have had has been pretty much erased here [2]

Tyrael
May 22nd 2013


21069 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Lay Your Ghosts To Rest = Fossil Genera = White Walls = Mordecai = Specular Reflection



oh man I love these guys

Jade
Emeritus
May 22nd 2013


10698 Comments


Fossil Genera has always felt like one of BtBAM's most well-structured longer tracks to me.

climactic
May 22nd 2013


22300 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

fossil genera is awesome



AS YOU SLEEP, WE DISCUSS

Jade
Emeritus
May 22nd 2013


10698 Comments


Also, Obfuscation is one of the band's greatest tracks

Artuma
May 22nd 2013


29121 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Fossil Genera is one of my fav BTBAM songs too. the only song on TGM that isn't great is Swim to the Moon

Emyay
May 22nd 2013


6280 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

^^ agreed

Artuma
May 22nd 2013


29121 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

which is a shame because it's like one third of the whole album

Motiv3
May 22nd 2013


8979 Comments


"Obfuscation is one of the band's greatest tracks"

Yay an opinion I can agree with!



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