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Average Rating: 4.05
Rating Variance: 0.56
Objectivity Score: 57%
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5.0 classic
Dance Gavin Dance Downtown Battle Mountain
Dance Gavin Dance Dance Gavin Dance
Greyhaven Empty Black
Secret Band LP2
The Afterimage Eve

4.5 superb
Avenade It's a Whimsical Afterlife
Dance Gavin Dance Tree City Sessions
Fantastic album which allows Tillian and the rest of the band to add their own new spins to older songs. Tillian can't quite hit all of Johnny's old tracks, but that is quite a minor nuisance.
Drug Church CHEER
Dwellings Lavender Town
Earthshatter 1135
For Them All Sometimes I Don't Feel Like Myself
Gouge Out Introspection Rundown
Household (MN) Everything a River Should Be
Inkwell Moon Bad Day Dream
nothing,nowhere. ruiner
Picturesque Back to Beautiful
Rolo Tomassi Time Will Die And Love Will Bury It
Shields Life In Exile
Thank You Scientist Stranger Heads Prevail
Whirr Feels Like You

4.0 excellent
156/Silence Irrational Pull
Blood Youth Beyond Repair
Cancer Bats The Spark That Moves
Celldweller End of an Empire
Celldweller has always been changing and improving his sound and production, yet even then this album is absolutely one of his best. In terms of sound, this album sends homage to some of his earlier works while also staying new and fresh. The production is sublime and on the right speakers is simply phenomenal. I'm not all that much a fan of the "faction" tracks which are basically filler that tell a story. Some people love them, I however do not. The story they do try to tell though is pretty damn good for an album. Ultimately, I cannot bring myself to give this album a 4.5, but its still pretty damn fantastic.
Coletta Mind and Time
Darknet Morally Flexible
Empty Hope and The Loss of It
Even the Trees If Only Every Day Could Be Like This
Great Grief Love, Lust and Greed
I See Stars Treehouse
A fantastic stylistic shift from New Demons that can't really be considered better just different.
nothing,nowhere. Reaper
Old Wounds Glow
Parting Gift Ensom
Plini Handmade Cities
SECRETS Secrets
Sianvar Stay Lost
SycAmour Indulgence: A Saga Of Lights
Sylar Help!
The Fall of Troy OK#2
Void Of Vision Hyperdaze

3.5 great
All The Luck In The World A Blind Arcade
Celldweller Offworld
Dance Gavin Dance Mothership
Tell the Wolves I'm Home Persevere
Tell the Wolves I'm Home are a very recent band as they have only put out work in the last three
years.
With a release of this quality and emotion it can only signal good things for their future.
Persevere is a 7-track EP with furthers their emotionally driven style they began cultivating with
the release of their 2014 EP, Ghost. Their lyrical style has improved significantly over their
2014 release, and this is a very good thing as the lack of sophistication did hold it back a bit.
The band showcases what they've learned by throwing the track 'Introvert' into the mix. It slows
down and takes an almost electronic style to it, furthermore, it serves as intermission before the
album descends into further darkness with 'Omohundro'. The track devastates from the opening notes
and seems to be a very personal response to a betrayal. The final song on the album 'Extrovert'
ends powerfully with a fantastic hook which only signals more great work to come. Overall, Tell
the Wolves I'm Home release another great EP which resonates with the listener and begs the
question as to why they are so unknown.

2.5 average
Fire from the Gods Narrative
Trophy Eyes The American Dream

2.0 poor
Sylar Seasons

1.0 awful
Meghan Trainor Thank You
It's just plain awful. Nothing original, nothing witty, and overall the music isn't anything different than mainstream pop for the last decade.
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