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dbizzles
November 4th 2015


14136 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I just heard Norway Jose. Is this all without a vocalist?!?!?!

BeyondCosby
November 4th 2015


2781 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Yep.

dbizzles
November 4th 2015


14136 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

So....... all this time I complained about Spencer's vocals and no one told me Misha was doing things without him?! Shame on all of you! I'm getting this shit ASAP.

BeyondCosby
November 4th 2015


2781 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

If you like the Periphery sound without Spencer you should also check out Misha's "Bulb" demos.

dbizzles
November 4th 2015


14136 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I'm all over it.

climactic
November 4th 2015


22516 Comments


doesnt sound bad but i hate this production style

ElegantElephant
November 4th 2015


1391 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

this is great

wish elliot was on it tho

BeyondCosby
November 4th 2015


2781 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I still need to check out Good Tiger but I gotta say I'm not a huge fan of Elliot. But that could change.

Nikkolae
November 4th 2015


5496 Comments


*decides to check this out*
*goes to tracklist*
Norway Jose
Harrison Fjord
Blast Inc.

Goddamit misha

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OwMySnauze
November 4th 2015


2135 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

@jennifer. How many cyber kids do you have?

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ElegantElephant
November 4th 2015


1391 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

@cosby his vocals are very dynamic, I sometimes can't believe how different he sounds on various projects

try Zelliack - Autumn in Analog, Tesseract - Eden 2.0, Good Tiger - All her own teeth

AlphaBetaFoxface
November 4th 2015


89 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

To clear things up in the review, I made multiple references to Misha because his work is more varied; not that there is necessarily more of it. Holcomb's signature playstyle is littered all throughout the album. However, Misha produced all instruments that were not guitars. Just meant for more stuff to talk about. And yes, this is instrumental!

JeetJeet
November 5th 2015


8241 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

this is great

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bloc
November 5th 2015


61780 Comments


Love that majestic lead in the chorus of Fjord

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Forevermore
November 5th 2015


142 Comments


I prefer the old mix of Harrison Fjord (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NyB7a_pKREE), the drums overpower the guitar in this one.

Durrzo
November 6th 2015


2189 Comments


"Love that majestic lead in the chorus of Fjord"

Seriously, I wish there was more stuff like that. Before I picked this up that was the only song I had heard and that lead alone pretty much sold me on the whole thing.

AlphaBetaFoxface
November 6th 2015


89 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Durrzo, check out Enshine's latest album, Singularity! Not quite as dark in tone, or as theatrical in sound, but the synths that are used create massive (and majestic in a way) choruses. Try the first song on the album; you might enjoy it if you liked that aspect of Viscera!

MadMikeLove
November 6th 2015


933 Comments


I would enjoy this if the drums weren't so balls. Programmed drums will always sound like shit to me.

Kronzo
November 7th 2015


1303 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I could have gone for some harsh vocals or even some clean vocals if it wasn't Spencer. I liked this though even if it was a bit lacking in that department

AlphaBetaFoxface
November 7th 2015


89 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Harsh vocals would have definitely worked well with this record. If cleans were used, i'd hope for harsh cleans similar to those used in Cattle Decap's latest, or even something like those used in FFAA's and Gojira's releases. But as an instrumental EP, I think the boys did a great job!



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