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0.0 d00derz | November 13th 12

Very, very catchy. Overall a solid record, albeit generic at times.

2 Bumps | Bump

0.0 xXbrooksXxp | April 24th 14

Although not quite a 4.0, this album was not lacking in any way. Crown the Empire lived up to their potential with this release, including even better vocals to really top off the sound. To some this may sound generic, but I still haven't heard anything quite like it.


0.0 titanslayer | October 29th 13

"Oh, Catastrophe" and "The One You Feed" are good the rest is rather dull.


0.0 infinitetcetera | May 27th 13

The songwriting on this album deserves a lot of praise, not many "genericore"/Rise bands these days experiment at all with unique/linear structures. "Graveyard Souls" is a fantastic tune (love the circular motion), and the rest of the album doesn't disappoint. A nice blend of electronics/strings and modern post-hardcore, with some great vocal interplay.


0.0 Ghakalo | May 13th 13

Really original and different , they have found their own sound and sticks to it and improves. Fantastic!


0.0 iamSeraph | November 21st 12

hate this record, sorry. can't get into it by any means.


0.0 | November 16th 12

Tight instrumentation, strong vocal delivery particularly on the cleans and orchestral backdrops with an overall theatrical theme are many of the things that were well executed with this album. While occasionally falling plague to generic tendencies, it isn't enough to drag this album down from being as enjoyable as it is.


0.0 HaloDude442 | November 15th 12

A great progression from their EP. The production is better here and the new harsh vocalist is much better than the old one.


0.0 jschmidty89 | November 13th 12

Great young band; this album is very catchy. Solid drums, vocals, and production. Great future ahead for these guys.


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