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demigod!
January 25th 2013


49231 Comments


Cal is hilarious. pretty sure hes been around longer than Ed's been reviewing.

does Infidel have a side character now? haven't watched him in years.

GiaNXGX
January 25th 2013


4867 Comments


He's always had, his annoying brother, extremely funny. Ed doesn't reviews much, more about recs & talks about metal, but he's a bro. Thanks to him I got an Amon Amarth beer m/

Nikkolae
January 25th 2013


5184 Comments


"Also, album is true dubsteps"

DUBSTPS4LYF

Digging: Cosmic Church - Ylistys

ProfessorVeerappan
January 25th 2013


808 Comments


Vicarious Redemption the true work explored and the metal heads have enabled the electronic circuits to enter the post metal scenes
the true density that Vicarious Redemption has portrait is just splendid and precise as a band to grow on to each other and the intensity hidden with the note played
pure maddness .......

Ignimbrite
January 25th 2013


6224 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

NO IT'S NOT

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GiaNXGX
January 25th 2013


4867 Comments


YOULL SEEE HOWW POST-DUBSTEP WILLL BOOOORNNN ANNND RUIINN THIISSS GEEENNNNREEEE MORE

GiaNXGX
January 25th 2013


4867 Comments


YOULL SEEE HOWW POST-DUBSTEP WILLL BBEEEEE BOOOORNNN ANNND RUIINN THIISSS GEEENNNNREEEE MORE

ProfessorVeerappan
January 25th 2013


808 Comments


oh intense sudden hatred towards the song as Vicarious Redemption is the only song where there is intense dub - factors thrown to show off their skills
but the immediate feel is the mad crushing solo as the guitars strum madness with the crushing drumming bass into nothingness
the sudden aftermath of such heavy distortion is that calm resounding momentum that is being created
its feel its good
.....

Nikkolae
January 25th 2013


5184 Comments


okay man

Ignimbrite
January 25th 2013


6224 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

oh intense sudden hatred towards the song as Vicarious Redemption is the only song where there is intense dub - factors thrown to show off their skills

but the immediate feel is the mad crushing solo as the guitars strum madness with the crushing drumming bass into nothingness

the sudden aftermath of such heavy distortion is that calm resounding momentum that is being created

its feel its good

.....


wut

ProfessorVeerappan
January 25th 2013


808 Comments


in simple terms
the song is good
and they have progressed altogether into another vibe
it shall grow
more ,......

figure337
January 25th 2013


567 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

This is before some simplistic down tuned riffs proceeded to be the headliner for the ever unchanging vocal talent of Klas Rydberg.



Klas left the band only johannes did the vocals on this if i'm not mistaken.

Crysler
January 25th 2013


80 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

This is before some simplistic down tuned riffs proceeded to be the headliner for the ever

unchanging vocal talent of Klas Rydberg.



Klas left the band only johannes did the vocals on this if i'm not mistaken.






You're right

chambered99
January 25th 2013


889 Comments


album is 50% snoooooooze

chambered99
January 25th 2013


889 Comments


woah where have u been man

chambered99
January 25th 2013


889 Comments


deviant :[ the robot went crazy

conesmoke
January 25th 2013


5521 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

sweet album. dug it.

Aids
January 25th 2013


24410 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

you need to learn how to use apostrophes. the writing is good but there are so many errors that prevent this from reading well.

anarchistfish
January 25th 2013


26046 Comments


thread has gone full retard
was to be expected

Digging: 21 Savage, Offset and Metro Boomin - Without Warning

CrimsonLies
January 25th 2013


2575 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Good review, another superb album from CoL



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