Act V: Hymns With the Devil In Confessional

The Dear Hunter - Act V: Hymns With the Devil In Confessional
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Based on 35 ratings
2016 Ratings: #15
September 9, 2016 / Release Date
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As close to perfect as an album can get without being quite perfect. The Dear Hunter have crafted another beautiful collection of music in their stunningly creative Acts series, and go all out on this album. The album is at times beautiful, at times haunting, at times menacing, and even at times somewhat amusing. The Flame (Is Gone) and The Fire (Remains) sadly just take the smallest amount of momentum out of the album, and just... don't feel quite right on this album; their mellow tones are a ... read more
The Dear Hunter continue their story-line with their most complex and crafted album released. As always, rock prog works well with their style even if it can be predictible.

The best part in the album is the strong connexion between this act and the others. If you like the whole project, I think that you will enjoy this album but for a non-fan it just could be a good rock prog album.
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Track List

  1. Regress
  2. The Moon / Awake
  3. Cascade
  4. The Most Cursed of Hands / Who Am I
  5. The Revival
  6. Melpomene
  7. Mr. Usher (On His Way to Town)
  8. The Haves Have Naught
  9. Light
  10. Gloria
  11. The Flame (Is Gone)
  12. The Fire (Remains)
  13. The March
  14. Blood
  15. A Beginning
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Added on: June 24, 2016