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|2.5 average||Laen | March 4th 18|
Takes a lot of the edge off the sound present in The Reject of Humanity, sacrificed for a more experimental touch that speaks more of their influences (trap, circus music etc). Makes sense if you see them live as their performance feels really out of place on a regular deathcore lineup.
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|3.0 good||chug73 | July 7th 18|
An odd mixture of 8-string deathcore, djent and goofy circus/electronic influences.
Luckily there is an abundance of energy and momentum throughout that keeps things interesting without devolving into a
slowed-down junz fest.
Vocals are strong, as expected but there isn't enough here to make it one of the better Deathcore releases this year.
Gravemind is stronger in songwriting and technicality and foregoes the silly nu-metal elements.
|3.5 great||madcowdisease | March 9th 18|
They've not lost their energy and weirdness which sets them apart from just about everyone in deathcore. I has a load of catchy, 2-step riffs, but it doesn't have the same substance and atmosphere that Reject of Humanity had. Still a really enjoyable piece and I'm excited for the rest of their releases this year.
|2.5 average||Wicker | March 6th 18|
Too much experimental stuff, also nu metal parts are so similar to slipknot ( ye ye right). The
Reject of Humanity was way better (atleast than those 4 songs) in terms of deathcore/death metal
riffs, harmonies, melody, i cant find the new one intresting in any way.
|2.0 poor||Prole | September 13th 18|
|3.5 great||Fony | August 12th 18|
|3.5 great||em17ah | March 29th 18|
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