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The End of All Things to Come

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    sweet music

    this album blew my mind. from the first song to the last. it is awsome to hear over and over. yeaaa

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Different but great

    Yes! It's finally here after a typical Australian 1 month delay. This takes a couple of listens to really get into but after having done so it's quite good. It does differ from LD50 but not in a bad way. It lacks a little bit of that ferocious pace all Mudvayne fans are used but the make it up in other ways. This albums more melodic than their previous and some of the songs are almost ballad like. The album flows well and the angers still however they've found a different way to express it. Tracks such as (per)version of a truth and world so cold are examples of how much time and effort they put into the album, and proof that even when u think a bands at their peek they can still better themselves. A must for mudvayne fans.

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