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|4.5 superb||AlexTM510 | August 28th 15|
Dumbsaint with Panorama prove that excellent composition and unique production can overcome whatever rstereotypes a genre may otherwise push down on you. Post-rock/metal at it's core, Dumbsaint smartly add a rvariety of prog, ambient, and hardcore music elements into a neat hybrid package. At 55 minutes, every part is rcarefully arranged. Dynamic shifts are especially notable, the soft moments are melancholy and lush, the heavy rmoments are expansive, cut-throat, with terrifying aggression. What is soon to be a score for a film, rPanaroma works remarkably well as a stand-alone experience. Highly recommended if your a post-whatever rfan.
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|3.0 good||Prole | August 7th 18|
|4.0 excellent||Kurazz | September 3rd 15|
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