Reviews 14
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Album Ratings 18
Objectivity 71%

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Average Rating: 3.75
Rating Variance: 0.81
Objectivity Score: 71%
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5.0 classic
Falling Up Falling Up

4.5 superb
Disciple (USA-TN) Southern Hospitality
I really cannot fathom the hatred people have for this album - this is Disciple's classic. The guitar work is beyond impressive here - it's both pervasive and yet altogether tasteful. Southern Hospitality lacks pretense, yet delivers larger-than-life licks, riffs, and solos throughout, as any great rock-and-roll album should. Sure, the lyrical work here is not exactly awe-inspiring, but even if it were, it just might distract the listener from the superb music here; I can find no greater praise to sing for a rock album.
Disciple (USA-TN) Attack
Disciple (USA-TN) Long Live the Rebels
High Flight Society High Flight Society
Maylene and the Sons of Disaster III
III is one of those rare albums that's relentlessly creative, technically impressive, consistently produced, and brilliantly approachable. It's an ingenious slice of Southern-fried blues-rock with an appreciably modern post-punk edge. The result is nothing less than an absolutely satisfying metal masterpiece.
Red (USA) Of Beauty and Rage
Tremonti A Dying Machine

4.0 excellent
Lacey Sturm Life Screams
Plini Sunhead

3.5 great
Flyleaf Between the Stars
Seventh Day Slumber Death By Admiration

3.0 good
Disciple (USA-TN) O God Save Us All
In "O God Save Us All," Disciple serves up a half-and-half blend of sweet, old-fashioned groove metal and low-calorie radio rock. This dish ends up tasting like two potentially great dinners with the radio-ready entrees much more flavorful than almost all of their fellow Christian rock chefs' offerings and with the heavier stuff delivering a colorful and spicy range of metallic delights. All pained analogies aside, this jarring mix of hard and soft results in O God Save Us All having a slight identity crisis: to be radio-friendly, or not to be radio-friendly - that is the question that Disciple simply never asked themselves. Nonetheless, it is, in fact, fun - and in this struggling sub-genre, that is more than enough to make it stand out.
Red (USA) Release the Panic: Recalibrated
Skillet Dominion
Wovenwar Honor Is Dead

2.5 average
Decyfer Down Scarecrow

1.5 very poor
Pillar For the Love of the Game

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