#1


Anyone check out this album yet? It's a lot different from their first but you can definitely tell its the same old TEOAT.
#3
Whoaaaaaah! They changed a lot since their EP, but still love 'Em!
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#4
Quote by Rusted Dreams
you can definitely tell its the same old TEOAT.

Well then it's probably really, really boring.
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#5
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Well then it's probably really, really boring.

My name is Danny. Call me that.
#7
Dammit, why are you all afraid of change?!
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Dammit, why are you all afraid of change?!



Don't talk to me about change! WHY ARE YOU AFRAID OF COMMITMENT!?
#9
Quote by GodofCheesecake
Well then it's probably really, really boring.


Whaaaaaaaaat. They're one of the most unique and instantly recognizable new bands out there. Have you even heard their Clear Perception album? So good man.

Anyways yeah I'm loving the new album, it's got more of a Melodic Hardcore influence to it and it's less proggy which is an interesting change for them.
#10
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Have you even heard their Clear Perception album?

That album is entirely what I based that statement on.
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#11
I used to talk to Steve and Pugh on Msn. They're pretty cool.

I preferred their EP to A Clear Perception.

I'll give this a listen.
RIP Tom Searle.
#12
I used to think that their EP was better than 'A Clear Perception' but now I've realized it's quite the opposite. Each album has gotten better each time. This one took me a couple days to listen to and now I can hear the greatness in this album. I'm excited for their next one cause you can tell they are maturing