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4.7 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

turtlemandude ,

Very interesting to say the least

It’s a lot of different sounds in this album I try not to expect certain things when it comes to this “band” because it’s always different but out of the whole I only actually enjoyed three songs

Josh Waystar ,

Very Solid Album

I fell in love with Blaqk Audio when I discovered "Annointed" on YouTube a few years back. "Material" won me over. I have purchased their entire catalog. I couldn't wait for this album to be released. "The Viles" definitely caught my attention. I wasn't super crazy about the next single but I purchased the album anyway. I didn't listen to it much after I first purchased it. I gave the album another listen and I was hooked. I like the darker feel. Groups are usually hooked on one sound but not these guys...heavy electronic moments to rockier moments that shadow AFI. It's a lyrical and musical journey. Unlike "Material" or their previous albums this is solid all the way through. Elements of Depeche Mode, 80's, 90's, VNV Nation, all fall through the cracks to form this fantastic album. "Infinite Skin", "Unstained", "Caroline In The Clip", and "Dark Times At The Berlin Wall" are completely genius. I did get the chance to see them on their last tour. If you get the chance you will not be disappointed. I believe they are one of the few bands that are better live. I hope they continue with this project because they are literally one of the best modern groups I have ever heard. Keep up the great work!!!

Eighty59 ,

So good!! 👾

Every Blaqk Audio album stands on it’s own. Each brings back so many different memories for me both lyrically and musically. Kind of a lost era of music. Dark Arcades brought a tear to my eye. Today’s kids have no idea what it’s like to spend a Saturday afternoon forking over hard earned quarters to beat Shao Kahn or walk away deaf from a T2 machine. Good times!! Thank you Havok and Puget for such a wonderful album!! I highly recommend it (and all their albums)

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