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A Step Back

The Discovery was one of the best pieces of music I've ever heard in my entire life. The album changed the way I listen to music now forever. The keyboard in the Discovery was used as a ambient tool. To play the mood and feel of the album. In this album it is used way to much in the songs. The breakdown at the end of Divergency is terrible!! Dubstep???? Really BOO? Overall after multiple listens I understand this is a great album! It really has some catchy stuff. Just the overall structure and feel of the album is a definite step back from the great Discovery! So it's for sure worth buying. Just expect a different sound then the Discovery. But there are parts in this album that have that perfect guitar that we heard on The Discovery. And when I heard those parts, I closed my eyes and thought yesss!!!

give it a chance

It may not be as "technical" as Discovery but its still an awesome album. I think its there best since the New Reign.

My least favorite Born of Osiris album.

Disappointed is too strong a word but I was let down upon hearing this album. Don't get me wrong some songs had really awesome parts like The Illusionist and Exhilarate but most of the songs were not very memorable. Now I listen to a lot of deathcore so I dont mind chugging, but because we all know of Lee's talent in writing and playing I was mostly upset at how many riffs that had chugging but no lead part making them very boring. Also I feel as if Joe's keys overpowered everything else on the album.

Biography

Formed: Chicago, IL

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Chicago-based metalcore outfit Born of Osiris were formerly known as Diminished, Your Heart Engraved, and Rosecrance before settling on their present name. Drummer Cameron Losch, guitarists Lee McKinney and Matt Pantelis, vocalist Ronnie Canizaro, keyboardist Joe Buras, and bassist David Da Rocha all met while in high school. The band's signature blend of thrash and progressive, melodic death metal came to the attention of Sumerian Records; they signed the band (all of whose members were 18 at...
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