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Lacks personality/color/flavor/emotion

They no longer have any original/founding members in this band, however, this release had the original keyboardist/programmer and drummer as every release. So that adds some semblance of similarity to older releases. Buuuut this album sounds pretty generic. The clean vocals are eerily robotic, not adding any real flavor. This album is generally kind of bland. I appreciated Between Heart and Home & Echoes and Answers a lot more, since they had a much more charismatic sounding screamer (he added some personality and color to the sound in my opinion). Plus these guys got Landon from The Plot In You to write half of their material, apparently, and that's pretty sad considering this is all breakdowns and weak choruses.

Gonna go listen to You're Going Down Featherboy and forget about this blandness..

Nothing new, same as many bands in this genre

It's a good album for people who like the average, nothing out of the ordinary, metalcore sound. However, I am no fan of it. I like Oh Sleeper, Parkway Drive, Fit For A King, Wolves At The Gate, and other metalcore bands that try and do their own sound instead of copying what is already out.

Try it out, you might like this.

Pedestals

They have gone through so many sound changes, but I believe this is the best yet. Seriously, From Atlantis is amazing and this might be the best post hardcore album that's been released in a long while.

Pedestals, From Atlantis
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: Aug 14, 2012

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