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FearThyEvil
November 26th 2020


17370 Comments


still really find the closer to be such a snoozer track when compared to the track right before it. Feels like more of a middle of the pack track or even a slow opener.

Artuma
November 26th 2020


31968 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

i agree holocene is kinda meh

bowlermicah
December 3rd 2020


99 Comments


black metal ending of Pleistocene is one of my favorite moments in music this year.

AaroN911
December 3rd 2020


2886 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Pleistocene is becoming a favorite of mine and hard agreed

Pangea
December 4th 2020


5515 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

pleistocene was my favourite at the beginning but i'm prefering jurassic|cretaceous now. Such a forceful, dynamic song. both rule anyway though

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ChoccyPhilly
December 4th 2020


13135 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

[2]

It's such a complete song

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Demon of the Fall
December 4th 2020


18036 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

re: previous page. I never listen to singles beforehand, I couldn’t even tell you what the singles were initially - now I only (half) know because of this thread and the complaints relating to the subject.

The high points eclipse the rest of the album significantly, those being Triassic, Jurassic and Pleistocene. As much as I do enjoy this there’s definitely a sense of just waiting for the latter, once the former two tracks have ended. Everything in between is somewhat anti-climactic in comparison.

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dbizzles
December 21st 2020


14589 Comments


If I gave Pelagial a hard 3.5 is this worth my time? Trying to catch up on some of the more revered albums of 2020 that I missed, and I know a lot of friends that love this.

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Demon of the Fall
December 21st 2020


18036 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Are you saying that’s a bad thing? - either way this is very different and brings more than a few fresh elements to the table. It’s worth at least checking ‘Jurassic/Cretaceous’ to see what you think.

Sevengill
December 21st 2020


9994 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I'd spin Phan I first but ya this is also real good

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LeddSledd
December 21st 2020


3161 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

As someone who also 3.5'd Pelegial, spin Phan 1 first [2] but this is also great

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dbizzles
December 21st 2020


14589 Comments


Hmm, alright.

'Are you saying that’s a bad thing? - either way this is very different and brings more than a few fresh elements to the table.'

No, not at all. Would you say this is more proggy?

LeddSledd
December 21st 2020


3161 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

more post-y than proggy, I would say



compared to Pelegial at least

dbizzles
December 21st 2020


14589 Comments


That's great to hear. I'll jam this and one today or tomorrow. I am right on the brink of loving Pelagial, just don't love the vocals (even though they fit and aren't bad, just preference.)

Demon of the Fall
December 21st 2020


18036 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This is proggier than Pelagial (or Phan: I) for my money. They cover more ground here.

TundraL5Z
December 21st 2020


5623 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Phan I >> Phan II those guys are tripping

LeddSledd
December 21st 2020


3161 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

It is yeah

TundraL5Z
December 21st 2020


5623 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Triassic: 5/5

Jurassic/Cretaceous: 5/5

Palaeocene: 4/5

Eocene: 3/5

Oligocene: 3.5/5

Miocene: 3/5

Pleistocene: 3.5/5

Holocene: 3/5



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JAV
December 22nd 2020


3417 Comments


That's great to hear. I'll jam this and one today or tomorrow. I am right on the brink of loving Pelagial, just don't love the vocals (even though they fit and aren't bad, just preference.)


Just play the instrumental baby

Demon of the Fall
December 22nd 2020


18036 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Imagine giving Pleistocene a mere 3.5/5.



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