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5.0 su 5 stelle A Superb Coheed and Cambria Album 26 ottobre 2012
Di ISpaceWalkSometimesJohn - Pubblicato su
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I'm gonna do a track by track review, then sum it up.
The Hollow - A pretty cool instrumental/dialogue track, standard opening track idea for Coheed. I like it a lot better than One, but SSTB still takes the cake for best opening theme-track.
Domino The Destitute - This is among the best Coheed songs ever written. The instrumentation is superb, and carries the vocal melodies(which are some of my favorite ever) perfectly. There's a lot of epic peaks in it, as well as great drumming that ties the parts together very well. Great track, REALLY well written
The Afterman - A huge departure from other Coheed songs, but not a scary change. The song is really quiet and light, and I really enjoy the build into the big distorted guitar section. There are a lot of really nice strings on it too, which sound great and provide lots of texture. A really nice poppy tune, all-in-all.
Mothers of Men - This one gives me a GAIBS4 Vol:1 vibe, with the really riff-driven guitar parts. The vocal harmonies throughout the tune really make the song. The lyrics are also very interesting, and the use of a female vocalist between the chorus and second verse was a really cool dynamic. The bridge shows Claudio's ability as a vocalist to go from sweet to angry and aggressive in a matter of seconds and make it fit within a song.
Goodnight Fair Lady - "Faint of The Suffering" This would be the vibe I get. I really enjoy this song, and it comes off as very well written pop-rock, with great vocal melodies and guitars all over it. The song is densely harmonized(also not always in thirds), which is something I've always thought was really cool about Coheed songs. The bridge is perfect. I love it's harmonies, and epic build. The outro is also great, although Claudio's main vocal part is mixed a bit low for me(I didn't even know that it was there at first, but it's well worth figuring out).
Holly Wood The Cracked - Lyrically, this is a pretty weak song. But, the music more than makes up for it. It's really interesting and dissonant. When the song gets to the first bridge, there's a lot of background vocals that sound amazing, and the "Poor Hollywood" section is absolutely killer. A great Claudio-belting line. A really cool and interesting song, despite the weak lyrics.
Vic The Butcher - Very progressive, also not HUGELY lyrically strong, but not bad. Very aggressive. Really cool instrumentation, and carries the story of the song really well. Claudio uses lots of different voices on this one, which is interesting. A very impressive solo, which I think was performed by Travis, is on here. Very anthemic in the "Hang your secrets" part of the chorus. I can hear fans chanting it at a concert.
Evagria The Faithful - An experiment gone horribly right. This song is incredibly interesting. There is more texture than I would have ever expected from a coheed track. It creates quite a trippy atmosphere. The dynamics in it are also fantastic, and the song really grows on you. It's a really killer track.
Subtraction - This is easily my favorite acoustic song Coheed has done. It's absolutely beautiful. There's a harmony in the chorus with another member in the band, and the two voices blend beautifully. I really feel the emotion Claudio pours out in this song. It's lyrics are also deep and touching. It's one of my favorite songs on the record.

This is another SOLID Coheed record. I am not in the least disappointed. I love all the songs on it. I definitely recommend it to any music fan.
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3.0 su 5 stelle 3.5 not terrible but,not mind blowing 1 dicembre 2013
Di bryan fonseca - Pubblicato su
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Man I remember when I first heard coheed, they were playing a free stage at warped tour and they only had second stage turbine blade under their belt. And I remember I was walking in but was getting pulled away from the entrance and towards the parking lot by their music. That very day I picked up SSTB from their merch tent and never looked back it's been a wild ride for sure. Getting to see the band evolve. Now things started to go a little stale for me when year of the black rainbow dropped. I don't hate any of their albums but YOTBR is the first album by coheed that I started to skip songs cause I found myself bored. Now with the Afterman ascension I still have mixed feelings I know I like AFterman better than YOTBR. But I still feel myself wanting more not sure what but it just didn't hit the spot like their first 4 albums did. I have a feeling that it's one of those records where you have to give it a couple of spins to appreciate it. Not a bad step in the right direction.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Coheed Ascends...Somewhat 19 ottobre 2012
Di M. VanPortfliet - Pubblicato su
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I am really pleased with this album after several listens, though it does seem a little short to me, regardless of the fact that it's half of a double album.

I think most fans of Coheed's earlier albums will find something to like on this album, as was the case for me. To give a quick recap of where I'm coming from: I adore their first three albums, think "No World for Tomorrow" was there first stumble (though by no means a bad album), and was quite disappointed by "Year of the Black Rainbow", though even that one had some good tracks. Over all, I feel like the quality of their albums has been slipping since the phenomenal "From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness". To me, the industrial sounds on Black Rainbow were just too much of a departure from their sound and signature style, and being a fan of classic prog rock, I greatly missed the more complex song structures which were lost to the 4-5 minute, verse-chorus-verse type tracks on Black Rainbow.

Of course, some people thought that was their best one. Those people may be disappointed with this effort.

Standout tracks for me are "The Afterman", "Goodnight, Fair Lady", and "Evagria the Faithful". However, there is not a single song on this album I strongly dislike, which there were several of on Black Rainbow. It remains strong from beginning to end, and it's brevity means that by the last track you are still longing for more! None of the hooks quite reach the catchiness of their first few albums, though they do harken back to that sound.

Lastly, it is great having Josh Eppard back on drums. He is so much more complimentary to the band's sound. Chris Pennie, while a great drummer in his own right, was much more technical and just didn't fit the sound of this band. Josh may not have the technical skill Chris has, but his grooves (for lack of a more technical word) are MUCH better. Great to have him back!

After some disappointment with their last two albums, I wasn't even very excited for this one, but I was VERY pleasantly surprised! It has my recommendation. I am now looking forward to Descension in February.

EDIT: After giving this one some time, it grew on me and wouldn't quit. Easily 5 stars and the best album I've heard from these guys in many years (maybe ever). Sometimes the albums that take a while to creep up on you are the best! This one definitely falls into that category.
4.0 su 5 stelle Coheed is my favorite band, but bias aside 10 ottobre 2012
Di Evan Ross - Pubblicato su
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My favorite band is Coheed and Cambria so I have an obvious bias, but there are goods and bads with this album. First, I loved that Ascension revisited some of the older themes present in the earlier albums. I personally liked the vocal interludes as it made the album feel more cohesive and theatrical. Many of the songs have much more dissonance and grundge then YoTBR, which harkens back the their earlier works. Unlike their earlier works, however, Claudio's voice has matured and shows greater tone and variety than the always high-register Rush sound. Where this album disappoints is in two areas. First, is the length. Yes, I realize it is a double album, but at 9 tracks it see like a money grab, particularly because some of the songs seemed a little like filler. The second complaint is track 6 "Hollywood," the song starts out for a moment sounding more like a Nickelback song than Coheed. I think the song didn't fit well with the album conceptually and probably should have been left on the cutting room floor. Perhaps they didn't cut it to try to pad out the album. In my opinion the song should have been removed and this should have been one album.

All and all it was still worth every penny. The music is filled with lovely layers of sound and texture that allow me to want to wade through the whole album in the same way as I would with previous albums. If you love musicians who think of albums as a whole and not a random smattering of attempts to get on the radio then this album is worth 10 cheddars.
5.0 su 5 stelle I usually dont do reviews... 10 ottobre 2012
Di C.M.D. - Pubblicato su
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Ok, first of all, I am a huge CO&CA fan going on ten years now. Second of all, I have only listened to this on vinyl since the deluxe version has been delayed a week or two, so thank god I pre-ordered the record as well through Amazon (which surprisingly also came with a cd as well).
So, i received my package from amazon on the release day as promised (thank you for that!!!)and popped it into my record player instantly and prepared myself for the journey that is Afterman:Ascension. If you are new to Coheed, it is very possible you won't understand entirely the music, let alone the story that revolves around it. However, if you are a long time fan I believe that you will love this record as much as I did the first time I listened the whole way through.
It has the Coheed sound that we all know and love, but i found it also has a tinge of something new to them almost comparable to TPFI especially the song "The Afterman". With all the garbage music these days, it is very refreshing to me to know my favorite band will never disappoint.
As soon as my record player kicked off as "Subtraction" ended, I felt a feeling of serenity and could only describe the album as beautiful from start to finish, almost perfect. It exceeded my expectations (and believe me they were pretty high) and i cannot wait for Afterman: Descension.
Give it a listen, you wont be let down!

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