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neekafat
August 5th 2018


14327 Comments


woah that bar graph

Toondude10
August 5th 2018


13659 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

I'm honestly kinda curious about this if only for the album artwork alone, not gonna lie, it's pretty dope.

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Toondude10
August 5th 2018


13659 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

so is it bad that I actually kinda like this?

WeepinnWillow
August 5th 2018


112 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Honestly I loved this album



Great review though.

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Voltimand
August 5th 2018


954 Comments


Not having listened to any of this band's stuff ever.... I'm kind of enjoying it. Surprised by the Linkin Park cover though, it's a little more creative than the original.

Didn't even know the band was Japanese, but the electronic elements reminded me a lot of UVERworld, and must be a part of the music scene over there.

jusplathemus
August 6th 2018


162 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

I'm not even surprised anymore. Seems like Zion was really a one-time thing.

Nocte
Contributing Reviewer
August 6th 2018


9293 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

Based on the rating scale, a 1/5 is being generous here.

Daedus
August 6th 2018


193 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

At least perfect nightmare has some juice to it, lyrics aside. Not surprised this sucks. This band was always infuriatingly close to blending EDM and Metalcore in a really pleasing way on Zion but got farther and farther away with each subsequent release. I thought these guys would eventually succeed where Blood Stain Child had failed but I see that's not the case.

DrGonzo1937
Contributing Reviewer
August 6th 2018


15087 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

Glad nocte sees the light here. bloody awful lol.

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momentsofclarity
August 6th 2018


269 Comments


dude this bangs

WretchedCacophony
August 6th 2018


1018 Comments


electronic nu metal metalcore. enough to make a pansy metalhead fap and make a serious metalhead vomit

morry
August 7th 2018


2 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

Agree with this review/rating. Band has a lot of ideas and influences but none of these ideas are constructed well enough to make good songs let alone a good album.



That being said band is really fun/enjoyable to watch live

KevinKC
August 7th 2018


848 Comments


The summary's joke would work better if it was: They're gonna need a solid one if they want to survive this album.

alamo
August 7th 2018


947 Comments


5/5 cover art

BlackMalachite
August 9th 2018


3711 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

"electronic nu metal metalcore. enough to make a pansy metalhead fap and make a serious metalhead vomit"



You do know your username is redundant right? A cacophony is "a harsh, discordant mixture of sounds." Therefore WretchedCacophony is redundant, just like the word redundant.

Toondude10
August 10th 2018


13659 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

dropping this down. I honestly like the first three songs off this (except the intro) but everything else ranges from mediocre to downright awful.



seriously, Chester is rolling in his grave with that Faint cover.

Source
August 10th 2018


8675 Comments


"I'm honestly kinda curious about this if only for the album artwork alone, not gonna lie, it's pretty dope."

Same. I literally know nothing about this band but the artwork is sweet

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DrGonzo1937
Contributing Reviewer
August 11th 2018


15087 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

Yeah, that Faint cover is godawful

Mabbitt
August 15th 2018


1684 Comments


I dig it. It's not their best release but it's fun. Thankfully the Enter Shikari part in Freedom is easily the worst part of the album.

ItsTheSquirrel
September 10th 2018


172 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5 | Sound Off

Enter Shikari’s new album runs circles on this



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