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i really liked juturna, and this album, as the review states, just rehashes what has already been done. it's too similar for my tastes and when listening i find myself wishing i were hearing juturna instead. no need to do the same album twice.
i heard lambgoat is going to review the new kelly clarkson next!
i love kelly clarkson and she shoots whiskey like a champ!
On Letting Go > Juturna. 7/10 is about right, though. Lots of really enjoyable songs. f*ck you all.
Scandy, you gay...THEY SUCK!!! That's the gimmick! You fell into their homo snare, you rump ranger.
I'd have given it an 8, but you're easily the most solid reviewer here. Good review.
Oh believeyoume, you really know how to push my buttons.
good review......thank you so much for not letting cory do this
this album is perfect 10 out of 10, it sound s like the old cd but with bands its lose lose if you make a similar album then kids bitch, but if you go out on a limb and write something different kids will say they liked the old stuff, this band is awesome, there is no gimmick involved and half the band members were in this day forward, and i think the progression in thier playing is awesome.
I think Circa pulled out a great album from their minds! and it was reviewed on my b.day! they are one of my faves! <3C.S.
Disagree with some of the review. One of the best records of the year. The record is a huge step forward from Juturna. There is plenty of variation throughout it. The record doesn't deserve as low as a 7 just because the tracks are all average length. This record is a 9/10 in my book.
Nick's blanket appreciation of mediocre pop punk/emo bands is only another phase of his childhood revival ridiculousness. Let it be duly noted that nick also gives praise to the likes of the Ataris and The Rocket Summer. The new Circa Survive album is nothing more than slowed down epic metal riffs with a lot of delay on them so they sound dreamy, accompanied by a lot of melodramatic, psuedo-experimental whining. Beyond that, I think Nick's approval of this album shows his desire to stay c
The Above post, is the best post I have ever read on the internet, one of the best burns ever.
awesome album. shame its "cool" to hate great music these days and that pigeon holing bands under what category or "demographic" they are supposedly aiming for still exists. isnt it possible bands just write music they like and are proud of and want to showcase it to anyone and everyone regardless of demographics?
this album is just as amazing as juturna and maybe even more powerful then that i dont think ive heard a more well put together cd besides this cd and juturna -jake my band carnifex www.myspace.com/carnifex666
Yes pop music is mostly about demographics. Metal, on the other hand, is about demonographics. In other words, how effectively will the music spawn evil spirits to wreak havoc on pop-listening mortals?
dont use my name you son of a bitch. ckk doesnt post in review page. this upset me so much that i was unable to sleep. but now i can.
this cd is definitly a progression for this band. although some of the songs on this cd are way better than the ones on juturna (thos tracks being 1-4 & 10) the rest of the album really lacked great songs. so its a good pregression but it lacks every single song being very good like juturna was.