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  1. Essentially just Aimless Arrow paulstretched with more reverb, delay, and probably a bit of echo or feedback. Just speed up this track until it's the original length of Aimless Arrow, and it's essentially the same thing except with added reverb etc. Now, I really enjoy ambient and drone—maybe even love it—but this is just lazy and disappointing. It's not experimental like they state on their Bandcamp, this is just a very simple paulstretch that anyone can do.
  2. I wasn't even complaining. He asked what was up with it, and I used the program I had (and analyzed the spectrogram) and told him what it said. I never claimed to be any sort of professional, nor did I know about the iTunes thing. My apologies, I really didn't mean to start anything. I thought I was just answering his question.
  3. Four of the files are 256 transcodes, and the other half are 320.
  4. Goddamn, what an amazing single. Marking a new direction for the band, this is so much more melodic and emotionally driven; it sounds fucking amazing! AOTY contender incoming, for real.
  5. What is that cover art? Way to make me not want to listen at all.
  6. Afaik the last album didn't have any industrial rock, just vaguely electronic elements combined with alt rock.
  7. Patiently awaiting a new and better trend in metalcore. Nothing more tiring than seeing every new band be nu metalcore.
  8. I was just looking for this the other day, thank you!
  9. That is an... interesting cover art.
  10. Looks good, I'll have to check this out.
  11. Slight step down from the previous single, but decent nonetheless. Intriguing to see this band take an alt rock/industrial rock/electronic route; hoping this LP will be good.
  12. Full thoughts on this album: This is a far cry from a lot of modern deathcore I've heard; the combination of deathcore, tech death, and symphonic black metal is something I've rarely heard, let alone executed this well. While there is still a large focus on breakdowns and being heavy and "brutal," where Lorna Shore really shine is writing catchy melodic riffs and keyboard melodies; seriously, this is abnormally catchy for a deathcore album. I went into this expecting a ham-fisted, disjointed attempt at trying to stand out by incorporating symphonic black metal elements into their sound. To my surprise, I was completely wrong—this album is legitimately ambitious and doesn't why away from experimentation whatsoever. Even from the beginning, Immortal starts off with an incredibly triumphant and uplifting chorus, with one of my favorite moments on the album where the guitars and keyboards ascend to create an unbelievably massive and satisfying sound. My only criticism concerns a very nitpicky element—the production. Let's be real here, this doesn't sound all that differently produced than a lot of typical modern stuff. Very crisp and compressed, clicky bass drums, focus on mixing the vocals super high in the mix. However, this album's phenomenal songwriting shines through these criticisms with some of the most inventive and intricately tight writing and musicianship I've heard in recent times. 9/10, has potential to grow on me even more.
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