- hALoN4t3R52 wrote:
- DemonWolf wrote:
- TheJubJub5721 wrote:
- Wow, they did change a lot. Still good, though.
Yeah gone from being a nu-metallica type band to a bullet for my valentine kind of band.
Not necessarily a bad thing.
But those fleshholes Gabriel (the singer) has are horrible!
nu-metallica? what the hell is that. There is only metallica, and their always awesome. Never compare them to a nu band. or with that kind of music,
lol I didn't mean nu in that way. I mean nu as in new. (I just wrote nu for short). Because they had a slight metallica style to their playing. They were obviously really inspired by Metallica.
- Shin_Akuma wrote:
- Its like what In Flames did. They sound WAY differant then what the use to sound like.
Yeah I know what you mean. But partly the change was due to them wanting to be able to play their music live, the way they sound on the album. (because previously they recorded it with overdubbing (is that what it's called..? I dunno the real word), like with 3 guitar parts. As for the clean vocals...I dunno wtf that's about. :/
And tbh I do still like them. But yes, A Sense Of Purpose is certainly inferior to most of their previous albums. Though in Reroute to Remain you could already see they had that kind of style coming.
This is how I rate their albums:
1 Clayman (one of the greatest albums I've ever listened to in my life)
2. Come Clarity (I know...weird but I really love it)
3.The Jester Race
6. A Sense Of Purpose
7.Subterranean (lots of people don't really like it that much but I prefer it to some of their albums)
9.Soundtrack To Your Escape
10.Reroute To Remain (honestly hated this album... it just doesn't seem like In Flames)