Starset - Vessels
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2017 Ratings: #491
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January 20, 2017 / Release Date
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Starset is a bit of an anomaly for me. I usually don't like electronics in rock and metal. But they do it well enough so that it's at worst bearable, at best it greatly enhances the music. This album isn't perfect. It's somewhere in-between divisions and transmissions as far as quality goes. The vocal style occasionally reminds me of Nothing More, the way he switched between harsh and clean. As I said the electronics can be hit or miss for me, but some of the riffs make up for it. Overall this ... read more
Okay I'm going to try to keep this a little brief. I first heard this album last year, while I was discovering Starset's discography one night, and it didn't leave an impression on me as much as Transmissions and DIVISIONS. I probably listened to it one or 2 more times last year, but not nearly as often as I listened to other Starset albums. It just didn't really work for me. That couldn't be more different now. I've since delved more into the lore behind Starset, and I think this album is the ... read more
this is what Rock would sound like... In Spaaaaaaaaaaace!
The ratings here are an absolute joke, this album is fucking incredible! This band in general is totally unique and fresh. You have a catchy and interesting sound mixed with a complex theme and story, what the fuck do you want more? Also despite the length of the album, it doesn't have any filler.
Favorites: Back to the Earth, Ricochet, Everglow, Satellite, Monster, Bringing It Down, Frequency and Gravity of You.
This album is amazing. It has some of the most catchiest hooks to an album ever.
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Track List

  1. The Order
  2. Satellite
  3. Frequency
  4. Die for You
  5. Ricochet
  6. Starlight
  7. Into the Unknown
  8. Gravity of You
  9. Back to the Earth
  10. Last to Fall
  11. Bringing It Down
  12. Unbecoming
  13. Monster
  14. Telepathic
  15. Everglow
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Added on: January 12, 2017