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  1. Honestly, not as bad as I thought it was going to be. There's kinda a lot of weak tracks (or tracks that just don't hit for me), but I don't really hate anything. Definitely have some catchy stuff on this album.
  2. I'm really liking/loving this album... my favorite track is actually an interlude, How to Draw / Petrichor. There's just something about it that really stands out. I guess I'll have to check out the rest of their music, even if this is different stylistically compared to their prior stuff.
  3. Doomsday sounds really weird without the buildup in the beginning. It sounds like it starts too abruptly.
  4. Or maybe people just have different opinions?... It's not exactly like their other music is unpopular on here... There are definitely some major elements that stand out as significantly different on this album compared to their other albums. And from what I see, only 3 people in the comments said they didn't like Silent Planet until this album. Hardly enough to make such a sweeping generalization that "a bunch of [people] just read" positive comments and "have to agree for no discernible reason."
  5. This album is really a masterpiece. I love the overall ambience. I've liked their other albums, but this album really hit me like a ton of bricks. I'd love to see them live, but the Pomona date isn't close enough to me.
  6. This is super catchy. My boyfriend who doesn't even like metal music likes this, lol.
  7. I’ve never really been into Coheed like that, but I’m really liking this album. Prologue into The Dark Sentencer is one of the most enjoyable intros I’ve heard in a long time.
  8. Dan posted on twitter that Tom "features all over Holy Hell;" I took that as them saying that they might have used parts of music that Tom had written, but even if that was the case, they probably definitely did a vast majority of the writing. They could have also meant that he was their inspiration of course though. His tweet was: "Tom features all over Holy Hell. Sometimes it’s an entire song. Sometimes it’s a bit of background noise, but he’s almost always there. Buried somewhere in Hereafter, his playing is there."
  9. I think they said Doomsday was a standalone track back when it came out. EDIT: The track list posted on Reddit from pre-order sites (and I double-checked the iTunes Store) shows Doomsday as the 10th track.
  10. Love it, the lyrics to this song are extremely powerful (especially the 1st verse) since it reflects how Tom's death has impacted their lives. I can't wait to hear the rest of this album.
  11. I liked some of their earlier music, but overall they never really clicked with me in the past. But this album is freaking amazing. I like or love everything besides Anthem of the Defeated. Youth | Division is easily my favorite.
  12. I thought this album was going to be extremely boring and had low/almost zero expectations, but I actually really like this album on my first play-through. The end of Set Me Free hit me like a train because I wasn't expecting that from them. I even like D.I.E. despite the super corny lyrics; it's catchy and I can picture a bunch of people screaming that song at the top of their lungs at a concert (kinda like what happens when BMTH plays Happy Song), lol.
  13. Don’t you have anything better to do than get this worked up about grown men making corny lyrics, lol. I haven’t even listened to this album, but I know Amity always had some cringy lyrics.
  14. This song is repetitive, I guess it’s not bad, but it’s boring af.
  15. I didn't even realize this album was coming out this week. I actually like this song, I wasn't a fan of the other two singles, but I'm still intrigued as to what the rest of the album sounds like.
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