The Acacia Strain - Coma Witch
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Based on 3 reviews
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Based on 24 ratings
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October 14, 2014 / Release Date
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1Spooked0gHosT7
86

Dream wizard

Quag3418K3l
80

The stretch from Continent to Gravebloom is definitly the best Era of the band, with Wormwood being the peak. It's the same formula so not a ton of variation or experimenting but it absolutely doesn't let down. Human Disaster was amazing to hear live, Bridgepainter is a rager, Cauterizer is another one that's great to hear live. The long epic tracks are a nice edition to their albums too. Not really relevant to the rating but as spectacularly angry and visceral as Vincent can sound and with how ... read more

dmin92
90

Finally! Something had to change for them to get out of a rut. And so, with the replacement of the original guitarist, (with two new guitarists) the band sees a (and I cannot stress this enough) monumental improvement in musical output and quality. This album showcases a revitalized sound, dynamic composition, and focused guitarwork. "Human Disaster" is an outstanding album opener. The main riff is satisfyingly "sludgy" and the song overall is darkly gritty. Doom and gloom ... read more

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Added on: October 15, 2014