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|1.5 very poor||Jared Floryan | November 23rd 15|
I find it fortunate that Seattle-based outfit Aiden's eponymous studio album just so happens to be the band's final record, although they should've thrown in the towel a long time ago. Aiden features very hollow production values that just can't give the instrumentation presented any punch, but even with a cleaner audio quality, does it truly matter? Lead vocalist WiL Francis and his cronies have basically dicked around in the same graveyard since the group's conception, ripping off a ton of horror punk acts while not possessing a relatively intriguing identity of their own; excluding 2007's Conviction, which was bad not because of the change in musical style - but because the execution of said different sound was lackluster and devoid of emotion. Even when going back to their pre-Conviction musical approach for Knives and beyond, Aiden didn't really redeem themselves following their third album. Please try to understand: I actually do enjoy Our Gangs Dark Oath as well as the Rain in Hell EP in small doses, but every other offering these guys have dished out isn't worth the trouble. This falls under that category, too.
|2.0 poor||WilhelmBlack | October 30th 15|
Terrible production but nonetheless, burn your friends and set them on fire!
|3.0 good||SweeneyTodd | October 30th 15|
production sucks ass, but it's okay otherwise.
|4.0 excellent||Sebe | February 10th 17|
|1.0 awful||Snide | May 14th 16|
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