18:22 - Monolithic I still agree with her on stuff related to spirituality. But like all skeptics around me, I'd take it with a pinch of salt. xD
18:19 - Erik M. It's fine to assume the government is covering up stuff, but she acts like she's 100% sure of the stuff that's apparently happening and calls everyone who doesn't know sheep (and blind).
18:17 - Monolithic Thieves using the egg and water mixture to stop cars and steal them. We actually tried that ourselves one day at a chemistry session and the windscreen was easily cleaned even without using the wiper which is thick.
18:15 - Erik M. What do you refer to that was debunked? Chemtrails and that sort of stuff? Her being a total conspiracy nut makes me like her a lot less. Actually, I don't really like her at all. Especially after that discussion I had with her.
18:11 - Monolithic Still I get myself involved in some of the topics she brings up, even though I don't spend my time discussing it extensively. lol
18:09 - Monolithic Well I wasn't really fond of her supporting something which was debunked by not a government figure but a regular person OVER and OVER.
18:05 - Erik M. Yeah, exactly. It all sounds "good", but not amazing by any means. I noticed you distanced yourself from Heike's FB posts, or am I wrong? She's becoming progressively annoying with her posts if you ask me.
01. The Bitter End 02. Alpha Omega 03. These Colours Don't Run 04. Daybreak 05. Truth, Be Told 06. Even If You Win, You're Still A Rat 07. Outsider Heart 08. Behind The Throne 09. Devil's Island 10. Feather Of Lead 11. Unbeliever
I'd like to think that 'Daybreaker' features the best of both worlds-those worlds being the band's previous two albums, 'Hollow Crown' and 'The Here and Now'. Sam Carter's vocals aren't that effective but they add to the raw emotions and true feelings of the music itself. This isn't emo in my opinion. This is very (sometimes) atmospheric hardcore. It suits some people, but not others.
First album I listened to from this band. Blends a lot of genres I like. Reminds me of Amia Venera Landscape
This is the only album from them like this.
The previous one is pure modern post-hc (afaik, I haven't listened to it) and anything before it is a sort of mathcore/tech metalcore similiar to the harsh sections heard on this album.
And this is quite delicious indeed. I decided to grab it anyways and I was surprised how addictive this is. Only fault I can find is that there are too many soft songs that don't work as well as they could.
For those who enjoyed this album, I recommend checking out "Discoveries" by Northlane and "Impulse" by Erra, both are mathcore/technical metalcore bands with melodic guitarwork and are great albums both.