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  1. I've never really listened to Blink in general (I like a song here and there, not overly familiar with their discography though), but I think this album is pretty good. I remember listening to California when it came out and didn't particularly care for it, but there's definitely a few songs that I would consistently listen to on here. I really like Heaven, Black Rain, and No Heart To Speak Of.
  2. Fuck, I didn't realize this was going to be an EP, I thought it was going to be a full album. EDIT: Just started the first track, already massive.
  3. I'm kinda in a weird place with this album because I like certain aspects of a lot of these songs (cleans sound good, some really good instrumental moments), but then there are also things that I don't particularly care for (i.e. the super nu-metal or industrial parts of songs like that part in Jinn at around 2:50 which threw me way off, basically all of Eclipse). Also Freefall sounds kinda Architects-y. It was the first song on the album to make me go, "Wow, I really like this." I think Rift works well with Marcus's vocals as well. Will have to spend more time with this album, I could see it growing on me.
  4. I saw that they were dropping a new video tomorrow on Rory's story and immediately ran here to see if anyone in the chatbox was talking about this only to be blessed with this. I love Dayseeker so much. Also I agree with you @desk, this sounds slightly proggier/djent-ier compared the rest of their discography. Can't wait to hear the rest of their new stuff (although I don't expect it all to go hard like this since Rory said their new album was going to be more melodic on Insta live before).
  5. This album really hits ALL the right spots for me on first listen. My favorite songs on this are the more melodic songs: Reptile, Garden In the Bones, It's Only Smiles, and Satellites. I enjoyed everything though. Reptile scalped me within the first minute, and then made me feel like I was having an out of body experience when it hit 9:00. It's definitely up there on the list of my favorite Periphery songs. Can't wait to see them headlining for this album.
  6. I’m actually at SwanFest to see Periphery right now so I can’t listen to this until I get home.
  7. The only song on this album that'll probably keep listening to is Bow Down. Does anyone else get a slight Linkin Park - Heavy vibe from Every Time I Leave?... I think it's the girl giving me that vibe.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. Doomsday sounds really weird without the buildup in the beginning. It sounds like it starts too abruptly.
  11. 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."
  12. 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.
  13. This is super catchy. My boyfriend who doesn't even like metal music likes this, lol.
  14. 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.
  15. 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."
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