11 Songs, 44 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
306 Ratings

306 Ratings

DanceTasaDance ,

Dance Gavin Dance is back and better than ever.

There is definitely a change in style here, but that isn't very surprising being that has happened with every album they have released. From what I've heard so far with "The Robot with Human Hair pt. 4", this is way better than I had expected. If you have an inhibitions, this will definitly grown on you after the first few listens. I can hardly wait for the entire album to release.

fatedLights ,


Gonna be a good album, I'm sure. I wish they made The Robot with Human Hair Pt. 4 purchasable on iTunes since Rise already released it months ago.

smcg2013 ,

Dance Gavin Dance at their absolute best!

Since 2011, DGD has struggled to find the best replacement for their previous clean vocalist, Jonny Craig, the rough around the edges vocal god who seemed to be the "alcohol mixed glue" that held the band together musically. In 2012, Craig was kicked out because of past problems with alcohol and drugs, which sub sequentially left the band in a tough spot. DGD's style of music is unlike any other, and their sound must have elements that compliment each other just right. At the beginning of 2013, DGD prepared to rush back into the studio to record their sixth album, this time, with Tides of Man's very own Tilian Pearson. This high pitched vocalist took right to the style of DGD, and fit the bill for their unique sound and spin on the alternative genre.

Acceptance Speech is, in the nicest of words, a tornado of different emotions translated into music. From the guitar sprinkled riffs in Turn Off the Lights, I'm Watching Back to the Future Pt. II, to the heavy vocals from Jon Mess in Demo Team, Acceptance Speech reaches out to so many different sounds that the seasoned DGD fan will respect. Granted, Tilian's more high pitched vocals are an abrupt change from Craig's soulful sound, but this change does not hinder the talent that Dance Gavin Dance has. Overall, I absolutely love the lineup currently, and think of this album as a brand new start for Dance Gavin Dance. It was a shame to see Craig go, and maybe some fans preferred Kurt's style of vocals, but DGD has a bright future ahead of them. Acceptance Speech can best be described as this: a catalyst for some of the best work DGD will ever accomplish.

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