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LotusFlower
June 30th 2015


12000 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0 | Sound Off

Youth sucks, but this sucks more.

CuddlyCaucasian
July 9th 2015


111 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

I gave it a pity 3, this album feels like it's 2 hours long.

Gameofmetal
Emeritus
July 9th 2015


10813 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

not as good as youth

Cygnatti
July 17th 2015


33491 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

this isn't even that bad it's just tone down with the bn worship goddamn

Digging: 0% Angel - Club Britney

LotusFlower
July 17th 2015


12000 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0 | Sound Off

It's Brand New covering the most boring grunge hits of the 90s.

hostgalaxy
July 29th 2015


41 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

I'm kind of glad to see these emo-revival buzz bands from 2012-2013 start fade into irrelevancy. I used to love this type of stuff when I was 16, but I just find it boring now.

Youth is just as boring as this is.



That being said, RFC seems to recognize that the emo-revival (or whatever) trend is dying and they're signing bands that aren't associated with that scene

Sinternet
September 1st 2015


22993 Comments


Awww man i really enjoyed Youth, but this just sounds so boring and stale. Big disappointment.

Snake.
September 1st 2015


22431 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0 | Sound Off

youth had stuff like drawn out and sleep, this is just a homogenous set of pretentious twaddle with no bangers

Cygnatti
September 1st 2015


33491 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

The opener was kinda sweet iirc but total melodramatic snoozefest afterward

chug73
September 11th 2015


4650 Comments


Out of all the bands doing this 90's sadboi sound these guys are the least interesting.
Anthony Fantano's review pretty much sums it up.
They just don't have the songwriting skills to rip off the bands that inspired the album. Even the Daisy moments are hamfisted and lame.
Also, what's with the dead sounding chords they keep dumping in this? It's like they want every chord to sound as boring as possible.
At least Hyperview had some excellent songwriting and production. This is so....nothing.

rufinthefury
October 7th 2015


3134 Comments


This wasn't good but this was way better than any of that boring generic pop-punk shit their past albums were. At least I can listen to My Favorite Color and Yellow Love.

chug73
October 7th 2015


4650 Comments


This is about as fun as a V Line train ride to Adelaide (that's fucking boring btw). Their pop punk stuff was at least kind of (still very tr00) fun.


Jorss
October 22nd 2015


44 Comments


This album has grown so much on me.

alienobserver
October 22nd 2015


4496 Comments


The opener was kinda sweet iirc but total melodramatic snoozefest afterward
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Cygnatti
October 22nd 2015


33491 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Dug the use of feedback on it, despite how superficial it was

rufinthefury
October 22nd 2015


3134 Comments


I really dig Yellow Love's video

chug73
October 23rd 2015


4650 Comments


Opening track sounds like a Brand New b side (and a bad one at that). Idk, this is the most inoffensive album they have done

Matt97
December 6th 2015


76 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Stain and Ten are pretty much the same bad song. Yellow Angels was alright. My Favorite Color was alright in a shittier Brand New song sort of way. Ten and Ring of Pain's verse drumming pattern are exactly the same, which is either some laziness that I haven't seen in a good long time, or perhaps a shitty attempt at trying to make the album sound more cohesive.

Pajolero
December 6th 2015


1108 Comments


"A shittier Brand New" is quite possibly the most cruel way to describe any band ever.

Sinternet
December 6th 2015


22993 Comments


I'm curious as to what the implication is there



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