An Autumn For Crippled Children - Try Not To Destroy Everything You Love


7.9 | 82 votes |
Release date: 11 November 2013
Style: Atmospheric black metal, Post-rock , Shoegaze

Owners:

50 have it
10 want it


01. Autumn Again
02. The Woods Are On Fire
03. Never Complete
04. Try Not To Destroy Everything You Love
05. Hearts Of Light
06. Sepia Mountains For Her Lament
07. Closer
08. Avoiding Winter
09. Starlit Spirits

Line-up
MXM - guitars, keyboards, vocals
CXC - drums
TXT - bass, keyboards

Staff review by
Troy Killjoy
Rating:
8.0
I don't know if you guys have been paying attention, but in case you haven't noticed around here, An Autumn For Crippled Children is becoming quite the household name. They aren't exactly the most renowned band on the planet, but they are certainly making strides.

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published 22.11.2013 | Comments (46)

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25.01.2014 - 10:58
Rating: 9
Masonics
A Highlight of 2013, AAFCC have gone down the romantic path similar to Everything, but more intense in that regard again with the doom elements. Some Reviewer stated that this record is a "black metal romance record". Dont disagree there.

Fav songs are: "Autumn Again", "Sepia Mountains For Her Lament" and "Starlit Spirits"

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08.02.2014 - 23:29
Rating: 9
In Bone Factory
How soul absorbing it is...
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a hammerhead goobrian
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08.02.2014 - 23:29
Rating: 9
In Bone Factory
How soul absorbing it is...
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a hammerhead goobrian
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23.02.2014 - 20:36
Alex F
Slick Dick Rick
This is definitely their best album, but I don't agree with all the praise it's been getting. The song structures and overall performance feel a bit sloppy, and I guess I'm also just a fan of darker stuff from the black metal side of music. It's a good album anyways, and a really uplifting/happy one at that.
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29.07.2014 - 05:45
Rating: 7
Ganondox
I really don't get the genre label on this one, seems mostly shoegaze or post-rock if anything.
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13.08.2014 - 17:11
Rating: 10
Boxcar Willy
yr a kook
Written by Alex F on 23.02.2014 at 20:36

This is definitely their best album, but I don't agree with all the praise it's been getting. The song structures and overall performance feel a bit sloppy, and I guess I'm also just a fan of darker stuff from the black metal side of music. It's a good album anyways, and a really uplifting/happy one at that.

LAME YOUR LAME


This is still such a good album to me holy christ, the fuzz, THE FUZZ. It warms my soul.
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forever bummed out
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