04:02 - Apothecary @Jaeryd, you're referring to LaVeyan Satanism, which is essentially Nietzsche/Ayn Rand type philosophy plus some Crowley - influenced ritual magick. Most theistic Satanists do not consider it as "real" Satanism
03:30 - no one because calling yourself a satanist sounds more kvlt
03:23 - Kuroboshi If you're not into the whole anti-christianity thing, it seems kind of stupid to call it satanism. Why not just say liberal atheism?
03:14 - Jaeryd Most Satanists I know are either moderately liberal or at least libertarian in nature.
02:59 - Jaeryd Some forms of Satanism aren't what I'd call stupid. They're basically just atheism with an added philosophical system that uses the rebellion of Satan as a metaphor.
01. In Division 02. Catching Myself Catching Myself 03. Paper Lung 04. Illuminator 05. Driftwood 06. A Divine Eradication 07. Who Will Guard The Guardians 08. Reversal 09. Vacant Mouth 10. My Deteriorating Incline 11. In Completion
The album could have been worse, after Lost In The Sound Of Separation i thought they wouldn't pick up but this album has surprised me, i thought it would be worse but fortunately my thoughts were misleading.
A surprisingly good and unique post-hardcore album. Got some serious influences from sludge metal and post-metal. Don't get fooled by the average score, this is something really, really, really different (in a good way).
I don't even like Underoath outside of this album either. Those who didn't like the "emo" sound they had in previous will be surprised to see none of that here.