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11:54 AM on 01/22/14
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No disrespect (irony!), but I hated this review. Every last letter of it... The overall tone was so bitter and unprofessional. Also, it was filled with (seemingly intentional) grammar mistakes- or overly-complicated sentence structures, in the least.

As for the review's content, it is unfortunately exactly what I expected it to be- you praised the pop-punk elements whilst unabashedly tearing apart the metal-core influences.
A mosh-call really ruined a song for you? Dear God...

Anyway, good album, but it has its faults (End Of Me).
09:49 PM on 01/22/14
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Dude the mosh calls were excessive, in his defense.
There were, what, 7 or 8? Sure, that may be excessive, but do they really hurt an album/song that much? The answer is no, honestly.
07:00 PM on 01/23/14
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No, but it can effect what a person thinks of it.
Then that's just a pet-peeve then...
07:21 PM on 01/23/14
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they're excessive and unnecessary
Excessive? Yes. Unnecessary? Sure. Something that actually hurts a song and album as a whole? Disagree. That is that.

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