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CRITIC REVIEWS

60
DIY

‘Echolocation’ is a bleak affair, but it does have a number of impressive melodies and a clear sense of the liberation that music elicits in the band itself.

58
A.V. Club

Gone Is Gone will more than satisfy anyone who needs a good headbang; hopefully by its next release, the band will trim the fat and only show the leaner, more distinct parts of itself.

50
Consequence of Sound

While it’s a relief that there’s no supergroup pretension present, it’s also a shame that it sounds like the original projects of its members thrown into a blender cranked to its highest setting. That kind of blending obscures the individual contributions of each musician, which ultimately renders Echolocation a dull effort.

49
Northern Transmissions

While expertly performed, the formula never fully energizes the LP.

Jan 6, 2017
Aoaystheory
40
Had to literally drop my headphones, walk out of my house (it's 10 degrees F outside), look up at the sky, and scream "Why did you allow this God! WHY!" right after Roads started playing and I realized it was a Portishead cover. Disgraceful.
Mar 17, 2017
65
1. Sentient 80/100
2. Gift 40/100
3. Resurge 70/100
4. Dublin 60/100
5. Ornament 80/100
6. Pawns 50/100
7. Colourfade 100/100
8. Roads 50/100
9. Slow Awakening 65/100
10. Fast Awakening 65/100
11. Resolve 70/100
12. Echolocation 60/100

Score: 65
Mar 16, 2017
70
Dark and brooding, with some interesting lyrical themes to uncover as well.
Jan 9, 2017
kidhead
1
this sucksss ooh god
Jan 6, 2017
danielleandrea
50
Sentient 0.55
Gift 0.60
Resurge 0.60
Dublin 0.40
Ornament 0.40
Pawns 0.50
Colourfade 0.40
Roads 0.45
Slow Awakening 0.55
Fast Awakening 0.55
Resolve 0.55
Echolocation 0.50
Track List
  1. Sentient
  2. Gift
  3. Resurge
  4. Dublin
  5. Ornament
  6. Pawns
  7. Colourfade
  8. Roads
  9. Slow Awakening
  10. Fast Awakening
  11. Resolve
  12. Echolocation
Contributions By
patton, KingMigz_


Added on: October 3, 2016