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Hyper-Recycled Conformity

Sumerian Records heavily hinges this bands creativity... the band has even stated this in interviews!

Sumerian Records restricts this band from being truly progressive and forces them to write shorter songs so they can be more popular. The label even tells them how many songs are to be on the record! How lame!

This albums sonically sounds like they are trying to appeal to the Hot Topic mainstream demographic of trendy bands with no musical substance.

BOO should have gone to a label where they can freely shine their creativity and expand on the ideas they explored in "The Discovery".

i am not a hater; i truly loved "The Discovery" and saw them venturing down a path of sincere progression, yet this new album is just poorly done.

Overall: there are some kewl riffs and sequences, but overall it's very uninspired and recycled.

lost respect for you guys. don't give in to your label.

long time fan...but.

Don't get me wrong, the new album is good for what it is. But with that being said, for a fan of their previous work and how much shredding was on The Discovery, this album is nothing but chugs and keyboards and left me dissapointed.

Ignore the reviews

This is their best and hardest album they have recorded. So brutal. So prog. So djent. So buy it. Haha illusionist's intro melted my face.

Biography

Formed: Chicago, IL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Chicago-based metalcore outfit Born of Osiris (formerly known as Rosecrance) formed around the talents of Lee McKinney (guitar), Ronnie Canizaro (vocals), Joe Buras (keyboards/backing vocals), David Darocha (bass), Cameron Losch (drums), and Matt Pantelis (guitar) while still in high school. The band's signature blend of thrash and highly melodic progressive death metal caught the ear of Sumerian Records, which signed the band (all of whose members were only 18 at the...
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