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Evreaia
November 24th 2012


5123 Comments


its standard sumerian bullshit, heard this stupid album one (actively listening) and couple of times at a friends house and damn.

I'm glad this thing didn't explode like BOO's last shit

Pennywise_M
November 24th 2012


7490 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Yeah i had to put up with this at my friend's house too, god he really wanted me to like this lol.



Ill have you know, BOO's last shit is pretty good shit.

Evreaia
November 24th 2012


5123 Comments


its almost identical then this, only less proggy and more deathcore-y

but the mountain of shit still is just as big.

RenegaDrifter
November 28th 2012


259 Comments


How dare you hate on my Semesky! >:{

kylewcomer
November 28th 2012


5 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Very talented guys, not to keen on the over use of the sitar, but then again that's what makes them the surreal foreign sound I love this album! I like the emotion of the clean vocals and how it sounds egyptian-esque.

Pennywise_M
November 28th 2012


7490 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Assuming you're not an alternative account, welcome to the website kyle.

climactic
November 28th 2012


22431 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

band has (had) lots of potential

KjSwantko
November 28th 2012


11441 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0 | Sound Off

Not really; this is horribly boring and bland.

Evreaia
November 28th 2012


5123 Comments


indeed

bloc
November 29th 2012


57941 Comments


Title track is killer. Easily my favourite.

Digging: Orange Juice - You Can't Hide Your Love Forever

TooLateToGoBack
December 1st 2012


1976 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Album is okay.



I really liked Pleiadian Keys and Esoteric Agenda, but man -- those lyrics, lol.

climactic
December 1st 2012


22431 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Not really; this is horribly boring and bland.




mainly agree but the guitar player is deff talented and theres occasional great moments here

ThaNomad
December 5th 2012


1 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

Seriously one of my favorite releases this year. Granted i do listen to a lot of heavier bands that most people aren't into, like Oceano or and hell followed with etc. but i have a crazy sweet spot for progressive bands that not only play intricately and uniquely, but actually create an ambient sort of feel with their songs. Any band that can write a song that makes me feel like i'm on some other planet, or creates emotions with the simplest of riffs definetly gets a high ranking vote from me, but The Haarp machine really took the cake for me. Your opinion is your opinion, i guess my ears and mind are just more susceptible to THM, But these guys really do have a lot of talent and it definetly shows. To me atleast lol

NonApplicable
December 25th 2012


2725 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

but man -- those lyrics, lol.



I don't want to look them up because I'm afraid it will ruin the songs.

Pennywise_M
December 25th 2012


7490 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Their lyrics concern society issues, such as environmental and political.



This band is overrated. Sumerian sold their asses even before they had anything out yet, that seemed to draw a lot of attention. Not saying everyone got on the boat with that, but i sure know a lot of people did.

ConsumerOfNut
January 12th 2013


325 Comments


Best thing I've heard from Sumerian in a while, instrumentally. Nothing that stuck with me after first listen. Some good musicians, but the music is pretty soulless. Better than a lot of bands in the scene though.

KjSwantko
January 12th 2013


11441 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0 | Sound Off

Best thing from Sumerian isn't saying much

climactic
January 12th 2013


22431 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

this was a disappointment

J0ckstrapsFTW
January 12th 2013


3791 Comments


Ya disapointment

Chortles
January 12th 2013


21429 Comments


is this true prog



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