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||Date: October 6, 2005 at 15:12|
|This is a tricky one. Probably lots of people will instintly hang themselfs or cut their balls off the minute they hear this. Holy shit, It's got heavy grungy guitars on it. Ooh god, then it must suck, right!. No, don't worry it's got enough melody and hooks (and even solo'sand ballads) to make it good rock record, but it's not for the stereotype aor/rock fan. I guess if you like BMR - opium... then this one is worth checking.8/10
||Date: August 29, 2006 at 19:25|
|This is a decent hard rocker and as zld states it is not aor. However I do not like it as much as their first release "State of Mind" which had better songs and melodies IMO....
||Date: December 17, 2009 at 21:17|
|This is better than their other album, but not much. The song "Into the Black" rocks but other than that there's not much memorable here, save maybe a good heavy riff or two. Like I said in my other review, the whole modern sound thing keeps this blander sounding than it has to be.
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