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There are 5 paragraphs to this review and the actual review of the record starts in paragraph 4. I feel like I'm still stuck in a flashback. Plus, I would have given it a 7/10.
holy shit, fire this gay. not saying i like the album, but this review blows
himsa=the new nu-metal the singer should get better gloves.
lol @ micheal gluck trying to write a coherent sentence.
Jesus Christ guys, from what his name tells us he's a wolfchild. Seriously how many wolves (young wolves) can even understand english? Give him a break.
you think he can't serve up even bigger run-on sentences and total subject/verb logjams? think again, friends. why say in one clause what you can say in sixteen?
manbitesdog is a f*cking douchebag. i hope your kids die.
This is perhaps the most incoherant review I've ever read on lambgoat.
I got about two paragraphs into this review before I stopped reading it. I understand providing context for a review, but this just sucked.
"However, those spoiled by and thus accustomed to Himsa's exceptionally harmonious and remarkably cohesive 2003 album Courting Tragedy and Disaster, will be somewhat lost on Hail Horror's merits, of which there are definitely some." you have got to be f*cking kidding with this sentence
Regardless of what he may have said or tried to say, his point was simple and accurate: This album should have been incredible follow-up to the amazing "Courting Tragedy and Disaster" but instead was a dissapointing one due to the temporary departure of Sami Curr. It's a decent album from what I've heard, but I know that a proper "Courting" sequel is in the furture, it just has to be.
this review sucks almost as much as himsa. whatever it takes to get rid of michael gluck, do it.
this review sucks almost as much as himsa. whatever it takes to get rid of michael gluck, do it. I agree
Hey guys, sorry I didn't write the album like last time
reading this review is like figuring out a rubix cube.
Gluck's reviews are my favorite thing about Lambgoat.
i hate this reviewer. metalcore is the new nu-metal...ok, call out a perfect murder in another interview.
for all my "Hailing of Horror" I will stick to Sigh.
You're not erudite, you're not well-spoken. You write the way homosexuals f*ck: in truck stop bathrooms nineteen at a time, and everybody will probably end up getting the HIV.
Has anyone even heard "Courting Tragedy and Disaster". Until you do, you have no business making any comments here.
what the f*ck is he trying to say with this review other than 'i can't write a coherent cd review to save my life'?
Whether you like Himsa or not, I'm not sure if you can label them metalcore...that is, if you've actually heard them.
There were alot of great riffs and melody in the cd but it was ultimatly forgettable, but I still would rate it a 7/10.
oh man, this band rocks. I can't wait to mosh my heart out to them!!!!!
I liked this album, just as I liked CTAD. I'll probably end up buying this CD. I dunno, maybe I just don't get swept up into the review chaos like most people do. If it sounds good to someone, I think they shouldn't care what people say about it.
Maybe it's because i've had a month and a half to pour over this cd's accomplishments and faults...
Himsa is the best. not as good as courting tragedy but still 9/10.
Can't wait to see these guys again at the ottobar. f*cking amazing live.
woah, woah, woah, woah wait, the kid who wrote slipknot=converge was joking right??????
i'll mosh all your faces off and then eat your faces and mosh some more.
well i listened to this album and i already frogot what it was like...but im going to see darkest hour and himsa plays with them...hope its not a waste
Ive given it a listen and it seems listenable. Will definatly keep it in my MP3 folder. Not sure if its gonna be worth a full purchase.