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The Future Again

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100 times better crafted

Honestly, the first time I listened to this new stuff I was a bit shocked. Their previous albums seemed more like concept albums in that they didn't adhere to any structure at all really and the songs kind of rambled on. I loved that about them so I was a bit concerned they were going in a different direction on this one. However after I let the initial shock subside, the much more developed song structures and melodies in The Future Again started making their impact on me. Everything here is just so much more condensed and powerful. It's still has some weird in spots, and I think they will probably always have these interesting cleans and transitions that kind of mark their sound. My favorite track is "The Princess of the Sun", as its the most like the songs on LOL - longer and more part to part. The vocals overall are one billion times better. The screaming is more definitive and the clean sections are not the whiny girl falsetto anymore. Actually thats the best part, the clean vocals are more aggressive and fit this style of music better in my opinion.

Overall I think the more I listen to this album, the more I fall in love with it. Sure it's not Let Oceans Lie 2 but LOL didn't blow up in the first place so I'm glad they took a different approach. It works very well, even if it wasn't something I was expecting.

Horrible.

This album is a horrendous step in the wrong direction. Epic guitar leads? Gone. Technicality, impressive song structures? Gone. This is extremely generic garbage that has been done a thousand times and been done better a thousand times.

The guitar leads are boring, the melodies have been replaced with chugging and crappy breakdowns.

The drumming has been toned way down, and is now uninteresting as can be.

The vocals are hilariously bad on all fronts, you would have to look really hard to find less talented singers and screamers.

Don't listen to these people claiming that this is the band "evolving" because they obviously don't know anything about music. They're entitled to their opinions, it's fine if they like this sound more, but to say that this is musically superior to Let Oceans Lie is idiotic. This is a massive backslide.

Great!

This is hands down their best album yet, keep up the good work!
Vocals are better then ever.