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Big improvement, great album!

I'm really impressed with this album and I highly recommend it. It takes all the elements of their older music, and pushes it all forward without leaving anything out. It's heavier, more melodic (thanks to great clean vocals by drummer Mark Hudson & tight leads by guitarist Andrew Higginbotham), catchier, and overall better. This is what bands should be striving to do: building on an already solid base of older material and progressing forward with fresh creative jams. Absolutely worth the buy, and it will bring you back for many repeated listens. Also be sure to see Onward to Olympas live when you get the chance; they don't disappoint.

Sounds great !!!! But still some what short but still great.

Great vocals and the drumming is amazing and everthing trew this album is good and to the point. And great lyics on here are great. And If you like the very last album you will like this one all the way.. Only 3 short ones on here that was my only problem that's all. They could have been longer it's about the same time is the The war is within us. These guys cannot go wrong.
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Big Improvement!

Their last album didn't feel complete and many of the songs sounded the same to me. This album is definitely a step up and they're heading in the right direction, though I still see some room for improvement. The clean vocalist on Wolfs Jaw (and other parts of the album) sounds decent but it seems like there isn't emotion backing the melodies. It doesn't sound like he means it when he sings which in turn makes a lot of the clean vocal parts a little dull and the melodies themselves aren't as memorable as they could be. That being said, the clean vocals on songs like Never Hold Back are much more along the lines of what I think could help take them to the next level, which I hope wasn't one of the guest vocalists, 'cause whoever that is singing needs to take over on clean vocal duties in order to push these guys musically and career wise. That, and spending some more time on making those clean vocals memorable. The screaming is as brutal as ever and the music is sounding great. I'd definitely love to hear a few more solos/leads on the next album. The lead in Wolf's Jaw during the chorus could've been turned up a little more, too. Although it's simple, I think it greatly enhances the chorus.

Indicator, Onward to Olympas
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: Oct 09, 2012

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