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OPIATE (EP)

Tool

 

Experimental/Post Metal

2.75 | 164 ratings

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thewickedfall
2 stars The album is overtly religious. This debut album should be avoided and never looked back upon.

The band is screwed up--After doing research and referencing the Spanish lineage is/as Shem, and Shem is the same lineage as Christ, why let the beggar in to begin with.

For the age they are I find this album unprofessional, accomplished musicians mocking sound as they do is a banned album in my opinion.

It would be much different if the members did not have violin/orchestra background, military background education that is level A intelligence, college educations,etc.

It does not have any common ground/ common sense--grade a military expert afraid of the stage? Obvious pretender as it comes and are the Number 1 island conjure based group against the mainland individual.

The group is performance based and is meant to entertain on a stage.

The groups Metallica or TOOL are better off sacrificed, they offer nothing new and are a turn out to the necessities in a society. The perversion they emphasize replaces the common sense or fabric of a lineage built on necessity. The groups are backstabbers looking for these lineaged individuals and then continuing for them what has been in that lineages fabric.

The above has been proven in common sense and the perversion has become more than obvious in the reference the members do not have support from their parents and this causes large problems if bought into a private household. I have mentioned this in reviews that performances are not private areas such as homes and the exchange of a home for this album is banworthy in reflection.

The bottom line is so what if you feel that way for not honoring your parents. This group is a private disturbance personified/turnout.

thewickedfall | 2/5 |

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