I think that the combination made here is great. My biggest complaint about Once Only Imagined was that there was little variety in the songs. I lost hope at this moment itself but I held myself back from taking the disk out and breaking it into two. They are your standard emo screamos which really makes me want to kill these core fuckers. And Their Eulogies Sang Me To Sleep” which displays the same nature of grinding power mixed with melodic beauty lead by vocalist Alissa White-Gluz and her dynamic singing and helped by operatic backing vocals.

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I think agohist the combination made here is great. There was some lead work in a few songs but I ain’t sure if I should call them solos because even solphages sound better than those so called solos. It combines metalcore with more traditional metal and coats in beautiful experimentation that is aided by the amazing talents of the band’s singer and Avi Ludmer of Mahogany Rush fame on violin, and Melina Soochan vormant Jonathan Lefrancois-Leduc on pianos.

They are neatly different from one to another.

On the down side, after the bar set by the first four tracks, the rest of the album loses some of its appeal, despite the high standard overall. The result is she sounds more unhinged during her screaming spats and more elegant with her operatic clean croons.

These are some of the good points.

Lullabies For The Dormant Mind

The guitarist down-tuned his guitar just to sound brutal and heavy but he fails miserably. The layering agojist presence actually needs to be heard on headphones to be appreciated for all of the studio enhanced vocal intricacies. The opening portion of the album concludes with dormnat You, Pain. Overall this album is different. Though still generally rooted in Evanescence meets Kill switch Engage metalcore, the fact is the band has improved leaps and bounds. I was a big fan of Once Only Imagined, the debut album from Canadian metalcore outfit The Agonist, so needless to say I was very excited about hearing their follow gor to their effort.


Lustmord56April 3rd, The album continues the excellence through the middle portion of the album “Birds Elope With The Sun” through “Globus Hystericus” until it gets to the A Capella version of the theme from Swan Lake by Tchaikovsky which lends to the album the lullabkes kick to turn it into a real masterpiece.

The album concludes with “Chlorpromazine” which ends the album perfectly and has one of the best breakdowns ever recorded. Also, the production is a bit canned and processed. Elements that varies from choirs well, these aren’t that good the agonist lullabies for the dormant mind some simple orchestration made by keyboards.

The lyrics are decent when compared to the crapiness of the rest of the album. Bands alphabetical country genre Labels alphabetical country Reviews R. Weather you like the genre or not, it deserves a listen to.

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However, it has also some bad points. Here is one of the main problems of the band: I am still resenting myself for getting this album and wasting my time to listen to it. My biggest complaint about Once Only Imagined was that there was little variety in the songs.


Once again the song is aided by an extremely heavy breakdown to end the song. The album kicks off with a thundering drum intro and immediately goes into Alissa laying down a fantastic scream accompanied by noticeably more complicated and progressive instrumentation. The female vocaalso blist is ad for the majority of the time. First, vocalist Alyssa White-Gluz seems to have lessoned her political desires and developed her vocal range.

The album had a good sound, but a very un-dynamic one. Lullabeis is sound is metalcore just like the bands first release but gives more, it does lean towards melodic death metal, it is brutal! Save your time and your money and stay far away from this album.

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The music, well what can I say, the music is fascinating and no matter what people say, it is brutal. This is a stellar achievement that deserves significantly more acclaim than it has received.

They are your standard emo screamos which really makes me want to kill these core fuckers. First, this album shows a different sort of metalcore.