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07 Apr 2012

50

If your peers consider you a bit of a cynic, and some think your opinion on humans are a bit short of forgiving, then this song is a great addition to your music library. chuck it on your ipod. It's so far out, I really didn't expect it to go down the way it did. There are so many cool changes in this song, and it is so much fun. I am biased because the lyrics really spoke to me, but ...

If your peers consider you a bit of a cynic, and some think your opinion on humans are a bit short of forgiving, then this song is a great addition to your music library. chuck it on your ipod. It's so far out, I really didn't expect it to go down the way it did. There are so many cool changes in this song, and it is so much fun. I am biased because the lyrics really spoke to me, but if you really want a twisted rhythm and bizarre yet beautiful melodies, check this song out. There aren't too many guitarists, drummers or bassists out there that can boast these skills, yet commit to quality, and soulful dignity like the way these guys have in this piece. 5 out of 5.

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07 Apr 2012

40

Terra nullius, land belonging to no one.. Great idea for a song. an immediate percussive punch launches this song into a steady groove reminiscent of a late 90's progressive mosh. It's an emotional song as far as vocals go, lots of group chorus, and not just your average shitty group oooh aaaah's, but the sound of screaming voices obviously submitting to the grip of war/hatred. T...

Terra nullius, land belonging to no one.. Great idea for a song. an immediate percussive punch launches this song into a steady groove reminiscent of a late 90's progressive mosh. It's an emotional song as far as vocals go, lots of group chorus, and not just your average shitty group oooh aaaah's, but the sound of screaming voices obviously submitting to the grip of war/hatred. The more times I've listened, the more it's grown. I love this vocalist's soft approach to melody and harmony. 4 out of 5, but i think that if I listened to it another few times, i'd give it a 5.

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