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Thatoneguy335

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  • Favorite Genre
    Melodic Death Metal
  • Favorite Artist
    Polaris
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  1. Despite Exile - Relics (2017)

    Been waiting for this one. So far so good. Wish there were more great leads like the stuff on Deviant though.
  2. Weirdly vague but I think it's probably just Ben. Not sure where the other members would fit into the song. Definitely no mistaking Ben's section.
  3. Electric Wizard - Wizard Bloody Wizard (2017)

    That is one of the worst album covers I have ever laid eyes on.
  4. Polaris - The Mortal Coil (2017)

    I couldn't wait till tonight to hear it. Definitely don't regret pre-ordering it. These boys deserve every penny. This is some quality shit right here. They will be huge in a couple of years.
  5. Asking Alexandria - Where Did It Go? (Single) (2017)

    Good lord that was horrendous. And those lyrics? This is truly shit in every way. Oh well, never expect much from these guys anyway.
  6. Like Moths to Flames - Empty The Same [Single] (2017)

    This is okay but it definitely needed something more, it's as plain as you can get really, it just happens to do plain well enough to not be totally boring.
  7. Veil of Maya - False Idol (Preview) (2017)

    Fairly certain neither of those guest spots are a thing. Lukas just has a lot of range. You can tell he's pushed his voice waaaay more on this album than the previous one.
  8. Veil of Maya - False Idol (Preview) (2017)

    Damn, this is gonna be great. Never really been able to click with this band, but I think this one is gonna do it for me.
  9. My Endless Defiance - Heart on Fire (2017)

    I dig this. It's relaxing and carries a good amount of emotion. One of those albums I know I'd want to listen to when I just want to unwind.
  10. Being As An Ocean - Waiting for Morning to Come (2017)

    Finally got around to listening. This blows. Oh well.
  11. Being As An Ocean - Waiting for Morning to Come (2017)

    Needs more interludes, amirite guys? Seriously though what were they thinking lol. Comes off as both boring and pretentious. I just went through and deleted all the songs that aren't actually songs. I'll listen to what's left later but I'm expecting to be let down.
  12. Make Them Suffer - Worlds Apart (2017)

    Really happy with this on my first run through. It's a really bouncy album. It's almost upbeat a lot of the time and the music just makes you want to bob your head, that's always fun stuff to listen to. And yeah, it's' very different, which is awesome. These guys have the talent to succeed with a lot of different sounds, and that's great. Every one of their albums so far offers a totally different listening experience. Good for them. I'll be buying this when it comes out. Can't believe it leaked this early, feel kinda bad.
  13. Kingdom of Giants - All The Hell You've Got to Spare (2017)

    I wouldn't say that's accurate. I like GC because it's a good album. I dislike this because it's boring as can fucking be. A metalcore album with minimal riffage and average at best vocals... No thank you. I don't dislike this because it's not Ground Culture, I dislike it because it's bad. I think most people can separate the two.
  14. Kingdom of Giants - All The Hell You've Got to Spare (2017)

    This is significantly worse than Ground Culture. I'm a big fan of GC, great high energy album. This? This is bad. The cleans are far too prevalent and frankly they aren't very good. Music is just whatever, generic poorly executed choruses. Listened once, there won't be a second run-through. This has no momentum. Very few riffs that stand out, not much stands out about the drumming either. All the things that GC nailed are totally absent from this release. Talk about disappointing.
  15. The New Age - Placebo [Single] (2017)

    Different, but that's what these guys do, and they do it well. I hope there's some heavy stuff on the album but I can absolutely dig stuff like this as long as it's well done, which this is.