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|2.5 average||Jacob818Hollows | February 10th 15|
A lot of potential here, but it unfortunately falls into generic territory when, instead of relying on the melodic that allows them an almost transcendental sound, devolution into mindless breakdowns happens. While groups like Heart In Hand or While She Sleeps fuse the heavy and the melodic to great results, A Call To Sincerity creates an awkward schism between the two. But, like I said, there is potential.
|3.5 great||Durrzo | November 4th 13|
Talented group. The music is very enjoyable for the most part, nice and melodic, some pretty beautiful material here. The vocals are... eh. They sound strong at first but there's not enough variation and they get stale long before the album ends. It's a shame the vocalist they picked up recently is even worse.
|2.5 average||ellagos | November 5th 13|
|3.2 good||Willie STAFF | March 1st 12|
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