11 Songs, 50 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The heaviest of swan songs. Billed as the New Jersey unit’s final LP, Dissociation is arguably their finest, a culminating effort whose violent mood shifts and tangles of barbed guitar are met with dark, atmospheric grandeur. From the dizzying post-hardcore of “Limerent” to the dystopian R&B of its title track and schizophrenic thrills of “Low Feels Blvd,” its impact is felt long after it’s over. 

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EDITORS’ NOTES

The heaviest of swan songs. Billed as the New Jersey unit’s final LP, Dissociation is arguably their finest, a culminating effort whose violent mood shifts and tangles of barbed guitar are met with dark, atmospheric grandeur. From the dizzying post-hardcore of “Limerent” to the dystopian R&B of its title track and schizophrenic thrills of “Low Feels Blvd,” its impact is felt long after it’s over. 

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
57 Ratings

57 Ratings

J.Flud ,

Its a nightmare knowing this is the end

I recommend this album as I do any DEP album. I will miss this f@#$!%g band!!

ScottyMack79 ,

Can't wait.

RIP DEP. thanks for the blown out speakers and busted ear drums

Will86563356 ,

Amazing.

This has quickly become one of my favorite albums from their collection. There's bits and pieces in several songs that seem an homage to other genre inspirations- along with the usual. This is all bittersweet, with this being a final album and farewell tour. I'm legitimately upset.
Song I recommend: Honeysuckle- on point doesn't even begin to describe it.
Pairing: Any fine bourbon, but from the bottle.

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