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Experimental/Post Metal

4.22 | 1382 ratings

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2 stars This album should have been their first album.

It would make more sense given their age and backgrounds in the arts, they just screwed around for so many albums that I cannot give this album high ratings.

There is something to be said against a following as this one and it is very simple, the band does not have any sense to them--#1 conjuring island based group against the mainland.

The group/band is performance based. I view them as much con artist as any other who pervert the innocent because they are so good at defrauding as a result the album did not record to expectation.

The larger problem is the lack of their audience to know the obvious the group is pretending on--most if not all their audience are in ignorance that in reference would distance consequence to the reviewer. for example-- Their lyrics support this throughout beginning with opiate exterminate them like a roach to this album watch the weather change--Hippie mafia.

The group is Mathematical Progressive--in other words they are most identical to fraternity brothers who can get rid of most problems as mentioned into the lyrics. On this album the example is in the whole album--the abstract title, the lyrics, and the instrumentation are in a continuum--This album is the parallel to their reflective previous album*(s).

thewickedfall | 2/5 |


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