Disconnect - Enough Blame To Go Around CD (album) cover




Crossover Prog

4.01 | 154 ratings

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5 stars Initially I only gave this album a rating, but after extensive listening I am circling back to post a full review.   This album has remained in my regular playing rotation for a couple months now and I see it remaining there for some time.  My first exposure to this band was their last album (Indivision), which I found to be excellent - but Enough Blame To Go Around is consistently tremendous throughout.  From the wonderfully dark arrangement & lyrics of the opening track (Adventures In Taxidermy), through the King Crimson/Tool-influenced instrumental (Inside Job), the listener arrives at the band's undeniable masterpiece to date: Falling Man.  Not only does the epic track itself elevate the listener with its intense shifting of moods/scenes o the 9/11 attacks, it elevates the entire album and propels the listener forward into the melodic yet complex track Sufficient.  The album delivers a finishing blow with another lengthy epic, Twisting The Knife.  With this album I hear a band coming into its own, having found their sound and vibe.  
MarcellusDarson | 5/5 |


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