The Browning - Hypernova


6.3 | 20 votes |
Release date: 1 October 2013
Style: Metalcore, Trancecore

Owners:

13 have it
3 want it


01. Invasion
02. Save The World
03. Gravedigger
04. Industry
05. Hypernova
06. Fifth Kind
07. Type 1A
08. Slaves
09. Black Hole
10. Breaking Point
11. Planet Hate
12. Cross The Line
13. Fearplex
14. Gravedigger [Eskimo Callboy remix]

Staff review by
wormdrink414
Rating:
5.5
The Browning is an electro/deathcore fusion band from here in the states. A lot of people seem to hate them. I don't. I mean a catchy song is a catchy song and The Browning writes catchy songs. Hell, they were so catchy on Burn This World (their debut) it ended up being one of my favorite discs of 2011. And I have impeccable taste.

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published 14.10.2013 | Comments (12)

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29.09.2013 - 21:00
hadriel
Damnit... This album is just as boring and shitty as their first one...but I still can't help myself from listening to it...What is wrong with me? I cannot explain why this album interests me in the least bit. I don't even like electronic music OR deathcore.
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01.10.2013 - 03:07
Rating: 5
BloodJuNkie
The Warchief
The previous album was better, this album is below average!
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01.10.2013 - 11:40
Uldreth
First listen only but I am liking this better than the previous so far.

Seems more diverse and interesting, with a more... dunno... fluid synth usage.

Written by hadriel on 29.09.2013 at 21:00

Damnit... This album is just as boring and shitty as their first one...but I still can't help myself from listening to it...What is wrong with me? I cannot explain why this album interests me in the least bit. I don't even like electronic music OR deathcore.

It has taken your soul, muwhawha.
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02.11.2013 - 20:39
Rating: 5
musicalkaratekid
Rather bland album, with one or two tracks which seem to escape the generic style of "Trancecore" (Honestly, sub-genres are becoming too many these days), such as 'Slaves' and the title track. It's not terrible, because most of the songs are simply average-but that's all they'll ever be: Average slices of electronica/industrial/whateveryouwantocallit-infused metalcore stuff. That's honestly the best description I ca give of what I've listened to here.
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