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Release date: 30 April 2013
Style: Melodic death metal, Technical death metal

Rating:

7.9 | 66 votes

Owners:

73 have it
25 want it


01. Unwelcome
02. Carve My Cross
03. Handbook For The Recently Deceased
04. Choking On Sand
05. Let Me Be The One
06. Sunglasses At Night
07. Martyred Or Mourning
08. No One Lies To The Dead
09. I Share In Shame
10. Scornstar


Line-up
James Malone - vocals, lead guitars
Brandon Ellis - guitars
Shawn Priest - drums
Noah Martin - bass


Additional info
Artwork by Mark Riddick.

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qlacs - 28.04.2013 at 21:57  
Rating: 8 Very decent.
The Benighted - 02.05.2013 at 19:06  
Rating: 8 Easily their best release since 'A Celebration of Guilt'. The production is slick and the riffs are entirely too catchy, considering their technical nature. My only complaint is the re-recorded version of 'The Face of My Innocence' that comes with the special edition. It's ridiculously unnecessary, and vastly inferior to the original. Overall though, this is a solid effort, definitely worth checking out.
BlueMobius - 06.05.2013 at 06:16  
Rating: 7 Just picked this up today. I'm looking forward to giving it a few spins tonight.
Dylan - 06.05.2013 at 11:14  
  Solid album, favourites are Handbook For The Recently Deceased and No One Lies To The Dead
Written by The Benighted on 02.05.2013 at 19:06

My only complaint is the re-recorded version of 'The Face of My Innocence' that comes with the special edition. It's ridiculously unnecessary, and vastly inferior to the original. Overall though, this is a solid effort, definitely worth checking out.

+10000000000
Kuroboshi - 14.05.2013 at 14:04  
Rating: 8
Written by The Benighted on 02.05.2013 at 19:06

Easily their best release since 'A Celebration of Guilt'. The production is slick and the riffs are entirely too catchy, considering their technical nature. My only complaint is the re-recorded version of 'The Face of My Innocence' that comes with the special edition. It's ridiculously unnecessary, and vastly inferior to the original. Overall though, this is a solid effort, definitely worth checking out.

You got that right bro.

However, while it is catchy and technical and sweet and all, I find it a bit unmemorable.
Jacob - 01.08.2013 at 09:18  
Rating: 9
Written by The Benighted on 02.05.2013 at 19:06

Easily their best release since 'A Celebration of Guilt'. The production is slick and the riffs are entirely too catchy, considering their technical nature. My only complaint is the re-recorded version of 'The Face of My Innocence' that comes with the special edition. It's ridiculously unnecessary, and vastly inferior to the original. Overall though, this is a solid effort, definitely worth checking out.


Absolutely agree!
Diamonds - 11.08.2013 at 03:00  
  They sound so different from when I used to listen to them. Not really in a bad way though.

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