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Last Active 06-30-14 11:27 pm
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All That Remains The Order of Things
It's overly ironic that the first tracked is called "This Probably Won't End Well" because that was the first thought I had when I heard ATR had a new album out. I'm almost embarrassed to call myself a fan anymore. I seriously believe something is wrong with Phil's voice. Maybe that's why they ditched the beastly vocals he used to do and replaced them with these softer and easier cleans. Either way, he doesn't sound the same, and neither does the rest of the band. It pains me to give one of my former favorite bands anything lower than a 2, but they give me no choice. My ATR shirt has literally been hanging untouched in my closet for over 5 ye
Mastodon Once More 'Round the Sun
No rating justification is needed. Many people miss what the band used to sound like, but I don't mind the change over the years if Mastodon can keep cranking out music that is this fun to listen to without lacking depth.
Breakdown of Sanity Perception
This gets a 4 because it is a hell of a lot better than previous efforts. I'm sick of everyone bashing this band for breakdowns. What the hell do you expect from a band with the word in their name?? Perception is definitely a step in the right direction, and a monumental improvement. The album does a good job of holding an atmosphere, and at times the instrumentation can be quite spectacular. There are plenty of catchy guitar leads throughout that are always backed with on point drumming. I do agree that the vocals lack range, but the lyrics he is screaming are an improvement from the past. It was a very enjoyable album, and that's all that r
Of Mice and Men Restoring Force
Pop Evil Onyx
Crown the Empire The Resistance: Rise of the Runaways
Ghost Atlas Gold Soul Coma
It was no surprise that Cash's vocal performance is the highlight here. Instead, it was the other elements such as song structure and lyricism that really pieced together an almost perfect masterpiece. Though the topics have been shared by just about everyone imaginable, it is in the way Ghost Atlas presented and put their own lyrical twists on them that makes them so memorable and distinguishable from their counterparts. Though he showcases plenty of talent with Erra in the metal scene, it seems that the alt rock scene is RIGHT in Jesse Cash's wheelhouse.

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  • iamSeraph You need to come back, sir.
    June 7 11:06 AM
  • Gameofmetal Exactly. It was a lot of "first" things for me. First metalcore, first screaming, first breakdowns, etc. One of the few albums that I can listen to every song front to back and remember them all. The guitar tone is perfect.
    August 26 01:27 PM
  • Gameofmetal I second what Moreira said about your ratings. Entertaining though I wonder how you have the time for all of them haha. Just wanna say that I'm glad there is someone who appreciates KSE's As Daylight Dies as much as I do. Best release from them bar none. P.S. you need to reply in the other persons shoutbox when they message you, not your own.
    August 20 07:49 PM
  • Deuce8311 Thanks man appreciate it! :D
    September 20 10:34 PM
  • Pennywise_M Dude its a thrill to come look at your ratings. You always write a pretty explanatory soundoff on everything you rate. Respect for that.
    September 20 02:49 AM

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