22:23 - Erik M. ... to be science fiction. The true SCIENCE in the movie is totally accurate however and if you think otherwise you might very well be ignorant, no offence. Like 3rdWorld said, Neil deGrasse Tyson acknowledged this as well.
22:21 - Erik M. Saying it's a science fiction movie doesn't somehow prove it's scientifically incorrect. The ending for example is science fiction without a doubt, but you can't call that "scientifically inaccurate" because it's meant
22:21 - 3rdWorld You have any clue what you are claiming? Even Neil Degrasse Tyson agrees that the movie is absolutely accurate on all scientific fronts. Here it is [link]
22:18 - moonflash It's a science fiction movie. Of course there are going to be inaccuracies in it. People don't normally go to movies to learn science but to have fun. Sure, there was a scientific consultant for the film, but even Avengers had one
22:14 - Erik M. Loads of scientific inaccuracies? Funny how you claim to know better than someone such as Kip Thorne. Scientifically the movie is pretty damn correct.
22:12 - 3rdWorld @Erik Indeed, I am not getting it, PM me.
22:12 - moonflash Interstellar was nice, but there are loads of scientific inaccuracies in it. The concept of wormholes is explored quite effectively though and I read somewhere that the blackhole imagery was an actual scientific simulation
01. Children Of Deceit 02. Nourishment Through Bloodshed 03. Imperium Wolves 04. Tongueless And Bound 05. Black Discharge 06. The Manipulation Stream 07. The Deity Misconception 08. Fearmonger 09. Tarnished Gluttony
This is exactly where i knew JfaC would end up, TECHNICAL DEATH METAL!!! Everyone was all pissy that they're guitar was just "noise-generators" (when i could hear everything perfectly), that they were so core this and core that... Worldwide core bands are understanding that core sucks, and need to progress or burn out. JfaC was always heading towards more and more technical riffs and drums, so i knew this release would be something special.
probably in my top 10 albums of 2012, beating out Spawn of Possession's latest release, and THAT says a lot....
Listening to it now, and I'd say it's pretty much technical death metal. Kinda. Not that I give a fuck about genres or reputations. It reminds me a little of Atheist's "Piece of Time", but not as catchy.
Listen to Atheist, then, or give this one a shot. It's not that bad. But then, I know nothing about JFAC except what I've read on the internet (not so positive). All's I can say is, this album isn't too shabby and might just end up growing on me.
I'd write a review, but I'm sure someone else who knows this band better will soon do it better than I can.
I'm so proud of them for this release, they really did step into the ring of death metal this time and they do it well. I always had faith in these guys . Not that I don't like their first release, but I'll always prefer good old death metal to deathcore any day.