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Customer Reviews

What happened?

Nothing really special. Have been following these guys since Caves was released. That was, no doubt, their best album. Now, they still have that technical mastershred of Julian, but it just gets downplayed by Ben and their God awful singer. Not a big fan of typical cleans of a metalcore signer. Ever since Sean "Thall" left and the others stept in, it's been downhill. One star for Julian and their technical prowess. Would give a three if the signer were out of the picture.

Simply Put

If you like Elitist you won't like this album. If you like this album you won't like Elitist

Not Elitist

When I want to sing along to in middle C, I listen to Memphis May Fire, NOT Elitist. Songs like Array, Caves, Fracture, Equinox, and Reshape Reason are among the best prog/djent grooves out there… What happened?

I am extremely disappointed in this album because it is not the Elitist I have been listening to since 2010. I understand Sean Hall and Robert Platz left, but why abandon the sound that made the band famous? Lacking 3/4 of the original band members, Elitist stayed true to their roots in Reshape Reason. Consequently, It was a top 10 metal album.

I hate to say it, but this album is EXTREMELY subpar.

Between the Balance - EP, Elitist
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  • $4.95
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: Jul 30, 2013

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