- Echolocation

Gone Is Gone - Echolocation
CRITIC SCORE
57
Based on 3 reviews
USER SCORE
57
Based on
24 ratings

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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.

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.
danielleandrea
50
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Ornament 0.40
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Fast Awakening 0.55
Resolve 0.55
Echolocation 0.50
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Added on: October 3, 2016