23:15 - Sunny Pagliaccio Satanic Verses, I'm obsessed with it and I think you'll like it. <33333333333333333333 333333
23:14 - Apothecary I've always loved to read, and as a history major I do it a lot both for class and for pleasure. You are right though that it's unfortunately a declining hobby among people, p. hard to argue that
23:09 - snake? snaaaake! Studying has killed the joy I used to get from reading for pleasure, even though the two are unrelated. I just can't unwind with a good book anymore :(
23:07 - Sunny Pagliaccio Literature *dreamy eyes* ... People don't appreciate that anymore and anyway we're all too stuck up in our own heads to really care if you think about it... I mean honestly how often does one contemplate such things.
23:07 - Redn1ght Hmm, maybe. Could be if they are heavily influenced by the book. Sure.
Have you ever waited at the shore and listened to the waves rolling in? There's something predictable in the familiarity of it, as you become accustomed to the sound of the movement of the water toward you and then away again. This is The Turn Of The Tides.
A vast difference between this and their previous albums, but just as brilliant!
Winterheir - 20.07.2014 at 05:23
A masterpiece, no doubt. Seeing as so much time has passed since Weiland I wasn't quite sure what to expect ... a totally new and different band? A revisitation of the many familiar Empyrium elements? It seems we received both as The Turn Of The Tides sounds like no other group but Empyrium yet it also sounds completely different than any of the band's previous four full-lengths - a legacy not only untainted but also crowned! This album will certainly end up being one of my favorites of the year.
Laid down,closed my eyes and went on with this on a trip that proved to be a magnificent one. It was like an emotional tour throughout Nature. Goddamn I haven't been so emotionally moved by an album in a LOOONG LOOONG TIME!
Yeah, it's a grower. My initial reaction would've been 7'ish, with Dead Winter Ways being a good song and the other ones average songs with some good parts.
but after a dozen listens, I love it. In the Gutter of This Spring is a song I fall asleep to every night. With The Current Into Grey is a song i completely ignored in my first few listens, but I love it now.
Also, the first track builds up so nicely. The instrumentation and composing is great throughout the whole album
I almost forgot how beautiful the music of this band is. Definitely one of the most delightful albums for me this year.
My personal favourites: Saviour, Dead Winter Ways, The Days Before the Fall, With the Current into Grey.