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|0.0 ||MattGandee | February 19th 14|
Musically this is some incredibly solid stuff, though I still find the vocals a little too irksome to get into it as much as I'd like (and I'm a big fan of Claudio Sanchez, Tillian Pearson, Anthony Green, etc.). Going to keep giving this band a chance though, as I'm really, really digging everything else about them.
|4.5 superb||immortalizepain | August 8th 13|
Damn. This is smooth. RIYL: Coheed and Cambria, Dance Gavin Dance, Circa Survive
|4.5 superb||Kronzo | July 14th 13|
Previously, on their 4-track EP, Dangerous Times and My Dangerous Ways, Amarionette showed us that they were a band capable of writing catchy post-hardcore tunes and that they had the potential to become something great, with a singer that did his best (albeit slightly overbearing) Claudio Sanchez impression throughout the release. On their 2013 self-titled album, you can tell Amarionette put a lot of work into this record, with the instrumentation being much more technical and calculated and still retaining their catchy factor. The vocalist finds his own voice, and works better as a unit with the band while still having his stand-out moments. Amarionette is a criminally underrated record that deserves to be heard and loved by more fans of Coheed & Cambria or Dance Gavin Dance.
|3.5 great||CutMan | November 14th 18|
|4.5 superb||tellah | June 27th 18|
|3.5 great||elry2k | November 18th 16|
|3.5 great||1Sopel6 | September 18th 14|
|3.5 great||Sconza | February 27th 14|
|2.5 average||Azn. | January 9th 14|
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