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Oh, these samples actually sound good! I'm surprised it's not all heavy. Might be the first lynch. album I enjoy in ages.

I still can't stand the way Hazuki's vocals are processed in most songs though.

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the super deluxe edition or whatever the hell is probably of more interest to hardcore fans, but hazuki put up the trailer for the documentary on his instagram. definitely looks like emotional porn for AK fans... slowed down roblox death noise.ogg
 

 

 

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Well, i'll go for Deluxe, even if i'll understand nothing ... :/ Too bad they don't put GROTESQUE in europe stores.

 

There is tracks durations :

 

1.INTRODUCTION  1'23
2.THIRTEEN  4'08 
3.GROTESQUE  3'08
4.EXIST  4'05
5.JØKER  3'41
6.RENATUS  4'26
7.AMBLE   5'18
8.SENSE OF EMPTINESS 5'17
9.FIVE  4'03
10.INTERLUDE  1'15
11.FAITH   2'47
12.OBVIOUS  4'35
13.A FOOL  4'51 

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the more i listen to the preview of faith the more it sounds a bit and i mean A BIT like an old kuroyume song like chuuzetsu covered by lynch

Edited by emmny

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I already pre-ordered the deluxe edition of this album.

It cost a finger of my hand, but i dont regret it at all. And after saw the presentation of the Deluxe Edition, im more exited!.

Worth every cent!

 

 

Btw here is the preview of every song.

I love the fact its not a complete hardcore album, its more melancholic in a lynch's style mix with a pinch little hardore.

 

 

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I'm loving the music on this – sounds like it could be their most interesting and varied album for some time – but the drum production is mud, the snare drum is practically inaudible. Hopefully it's just crappy YouTube compression, I'll wait and see when I get the CD. Have pre-ordered the Euro version.

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from the preview video there are so many songs that sounds so cool: exist, renatus, amble, sense of emptiness and a fool. Hope the rest sound better in full

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2 hours ago, Jeen said:

As usual the album is now available on Spotify ! (and also Apple Music etc i guess)

Yo turn on your location. I got hype reading this and opened my app not to find the album on there.

 

 

We fightin. 

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It's below avantgarde and dark but not as much as I thought, the weakest point of this album are the heaviest tracks, uninspired stuff just like those from sinners ep, on the other hand the mid-tempos are fantastic: exist, renatus, amble, sense of emptiness and a fool makes this release well worth listening.

 

out of 11 tracks those 5 are REALLY good, not so bad 13 and faith, the rest is meh

 

I give it a 7/10

Edited by masa0922

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After listening to the album 8-10 times i somehow cant remember one thing (somehow that reminds me of how its like listening to an アルルカン record lol) except i dont like Joker. Usually lynch albums have great songs along fillers and annoying songs. This one however i dont notice anything particular. However, if i remove Joker from the playlist i have a pleasant feeling listening through it, so maybe needs more time to remember certain parts..

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A fool is definitely the best song on the album. I’ve replayed it over 30 times since I got the album.

The rest is good but not nearly as good as Dark, maybe just a bit weaker than avantgarde. So far this is my impression.

I’m sure it’ll grow on me

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