See “Reloaded”, which is probably the stupidest song on the album. At least the thought of people windmill dancing with axes in their hands is a thought that brings a smile to my face. What we have here is a band taylor made for the pre-pubescent and mentally pre-pubescent Hot Topic hordes. I’ll concede that I don’t know who the primary lyricist is, but nothing changes the fact that Jon Cook is the one whose mouth they are regurgitating from. Then we have the guitars.
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The atmosphere makes you almost forget that you’re listening to an album. Stories of battle and bloodshed are inspiring when done correctly, but coming from these douche bags it is about as inspiring as Clay Aiken attempting to bellow an intimidating war cry.
The idea of combining metalcore with symphonic elements is not uncommon, most notable is Abigail Williams whom garnered attention from both positive and negative spectrums for their style decinate music and their reluctance to shut wak fuck up about being epic.
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There was absolutely no way the band could redeem themselves after that insipid move. Decent orchestrations and melodies are thrown out the window for a shitty, mindless breakdown. The fact that it is symphonic deathcore tue doesn’t help, because symphonic stuff is viewed in a harsh light a lot of the time as well. Right, Winds of Plague.
In a nutshell, to formulate a decent idea of this album, take rhe standard “metalcore” band, slice it twain and then smother with keyboards. Do hardcore kids really need to jumpdafuckup that often in a fucking 3 minute interval?
The music is actually somewhat good. Decent progressions as only can be described with metalcore that start to gain your attention and give you a good feeling, which are then broken up by ear-raping breakdowns that have the audible equivalency of taking a shit.
In fact, the intro track is mostly based on keyboards. WarriorsDawnMay 26th, English Choose a language for shopping. But in the end, only one stood out as to be the ground beneath the bottom of the barrel I can’t help it Finally, the keyboards show signs of dying, and the album is over.
You can also send an e-mail to blabbermouthinbox gmail. There is a good orchestrated vibe that the keyboards provide, and semi decent riffing from the guitars. Yes, now you can enjoy a laugh out loud watered down symphonic version of Scandinavian metal mixed with wretched and insulting lyrics and breakdowns that make the hardcore kids scream with crusty pants!
Plus, the first seconds of this track are somewhat interesting. I’ll let that settle in for deecimate minute. This band should be tried as war criminals for even thinking such a thing.
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Well, they do manage to merge those genres, but the result is extremely messy and inconsistent. At the end of the day this was bad, real bad, but dammit if I didn’t at least chuckle at it. But if you are this will wake your ass up and probably scare the shit out of you.
Tracks decimage pay attention to: What the fuck is up motherfuckers?
This song is the only one that happens to have no redeeming qualities whatsoever. Go Unlimited Start your day free trial. Lyrically this album isn’t groundbreaking and comes off as decimste cliche.
Give Album or Song as Gift. This is both a good thing, and a bad thing, but it’s really not that big a deal as the musicianship has vastly improved over the three year period between the two albums. Be the first to review this item.
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Guitarists Nick Piunno and Nick Eash play off one another exceedingly well and the crystal clear leads and harmonies certainly soar high above the clouds.