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  • Audio CD (28 Mar 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Victory
  • ASIN: B004LE11AE
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 114,672 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sophie Miles on 29 Mar 2011
Format: Audio CD
REVIEW: Aiden - Disguises
Complete with pulverising drum beats, face melting lyrics and the vocals of a man that wants to win over as any fans as possible with his anti-religious views, 'Disguises' is utter perfection. I'm not gonna lie, this is probably my favourite Aiden album yet. 'Disguises' is the perfect blend of 'Our Gang's Dark Oath's gang chants, 'Nightmare Anatomy's bite, 'Conviction's melodies, and 'Knives's simple yet bloody amazing guitar riffs.

Opening track 'The Devil's Eyes' will make you go weak at the knees with wiL's haunting vocals and a voice over from John Carpenter's "Halloween", before smoothly flowing into my personal favourite; 'Horror Queen'. This track is a flawless example of how songs don't have to be ridiculously over complicated to melt some faces.

'Malevolent Conversion' and 'Portrait of the Artist' show how Aiden's lyrical skills have definitely improved yet again, and the lustrous blend of sound clip and to die for tracks.

Religion obviously plays a key role in this album and Francis is notorious for his detest of such a subject. This is displayed in 'The Essence', which flows perfectly into 'Hysteria'. Absolute Bliss - ignore the 'Conviction' pun...

Aiden have also done quite well finding their fair share of extra vocalists. 'Girl on Fire's' Austin Heald's vocals contrast impeccably with wiL's hoarse dulcet tones on floorfiller 'ReEvolver' and 'Shine' wouldn't be complete without 'New Years Day's' Ash Costello.

'Perfect Muse' and 'ReEvolver' are sure to be an immediate floor filler on Aiden's upcoming tour, with the catchiest choruses I've ever heard.

In all, prepare to be annihiliated. Aiden are back, and the carnage isn't going to be pretty.
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Complete with pulverising drum beats, face melting lyrics and the vocals of a man that wants to win over as any fans as possible with his anti-religious views; 'Disguises' is utter perfection. I'm not going to lie; this is probably my favourite Aiden album yet. 'Disguises' is the perfect blend of 'Our Gang's Dark Oath's gang chants, 'Nightmare Anatomy's bite, 'Conviction's melodies, and 'Knives's simple yet bloody amazing guitar riffs.

Opening track 'The Devil's Eyes' will make you go weak at the knees with wiL's haunting vocals and a voice over from John Carpenter's "Halloween", before smoothly flowing into my personal favourite; 'Horror Queen'. This track is a flawless example of how songs don't have to be ridiculously over complicated to melt some faces.

'Malevolent Conversion' and 'Portrait of the Artist' show how Aiden's lyrical skills have definitely improved yet again, and the lustrous blend of sound clip and to die for tracks.

Religion obviously plays a key role in this album and Francis is notorious for his detest of such a subject. This is displayed in 'The Essence', which flows perfectly into 'Hysteria'. Absolute Bliss - ignore the 'Conviction' pun...

Aiden have also done quite well finding their fair share of extra vocalists. 'Girl on Fire's' Austin Heald's vocals contrast impeccably with wiL's hoarse dulcet tones on floor filler 'ReEvolver' and 'Shine' wouldn't be complete without 'New Years Day's' Ash Costello.

'Perfect Muse' and 'ReEvolver' are sure to be an immediate floor filler on Aiden's upcoming tour, with the catchiest choruses I've ever heard.

In all, prepare to be annihilated. Aiden are back, and the carnage isn't going to be pretty.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Good, if you want a heavier Conviction, Bad if you were expecting A Heavier knives. 8 April 2011
By Namaste - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
To start off with this review, i have never been to impressed with Aiden, until their 2009 release of knives. That album blew my mind. I Loved every song from it, and it still remains as one of the greatest albums i ever got to own!

Anyways:
This album is not bad, but it's also not good. The opening track is pretty catchy, even though it's only a minute long.
Then it jumps into the next song "Horror queen", which is a great track. the song is very catchy, and you'll be singing it by the second time hearing it.
The next few songs aren't that great, and they remind me of a heavier conviction (Just my opinion), which they aren't bad, just nothing really great at all.

After a few songs "Walk among the dead" will start, that's one of the greatest songs that aiden has made (In my opinion). It's a really good song. it starts off pretty wicked also, and it's just a great song in general.
It's one of those 'never gets old' type of songs. Also the lyrics really reach out to me (and others i'm sure). It's about religion, which is an arguable topic. point is it's a great song.

I Also forgot to mention the song "Hysteria". That's another one of those "Conviction" Songs, but they make this one sound amazing! It's just so catchy, and once again the lyrics are great. It's another one of those songs you'll be singing the second time around. I can't get enough of this song.

Point is,
This album has a good 4 songs that are just 'blow your mind' great,
But all the others in this album are those songs you'll be like "What is this?" I Mean seriously, it sounds like a heavier "Conviction".
If you were expecting an album like knives, then this album won't live up to those expectations.

If you're questioning whether or not to buy it, go on youtube, and listen to some of the songs, then decide like that.
Overall, the album isn't terrible, it's just not to great. It may be great to some people, and others might hate it. it all depends on your style, and what you were looking forward too.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Its just "Meh"... 11 Jun 2012
By Robert F. Williams - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a sequel to Knives. Plain and simple.

The filthy guitar riffs, drums that sound like they have broken glass in them, and echo-y deep vocals are plentiful in this 11 track Lp.

For those of you who long the hardcore, screaming punk sound of Nightmare Anatomy, or the more soft love/hate song ridden Conviction are best left to continue searching. In critisism, this might be their worst album to date, which hurts to say, since I've been a fan of Aiden since Our Gang's Dark Oath.

Remember the song "Crusifiction" off of Knives? Well, imagine that song repeated 9 times, with an intro and cover to open and close, respectively, this half an hour ride.

Almost every song has something to do with standing against religion, how a god is never there to help, and how rebellion to fall in line with religious figures, while I admit might strike chords with other fans, but its awkward for others.

Not being religious, I must say its uncomfortable listening to a half an hour rant on religion, especially because it gets old after a few songs.

But none the less, the cover of Radio (made famous by Alkaline Trio) is spot on. Rather than alternative rock, its a creepy piano cover that only does half the song, however its arguably the best.

Other songs to look up: Horror Queen, Portrait of an Artist, and Re-evolver.

If you didn't like Knives, I'd just stay away.
Awesome. 11 Nov 2012
By Trevor Lewis - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a great album. I saw these guys last year and had the pleasure of seeing them play a handful of these tracks because the record was brand new back then. I don't know if Aiden would be categorized as punk but definitely heavy rock to say the least. Two thumbs up for this!
One of their better albums 9 May 2011
By Ben Lehbert - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is the latest album from Aiden and in my opinion one of their best. Knives released two years ago was very poor and was to similar to William Francis' side project William Control. This album I will say I've listened to this album so many times in the car and I've got to say the last song "Radio" is one of the best songs on the album.

Unlike "Nightmare Anatomy" or "Our Gang's Dark Oath" where the last track has about two to five minutes of silence before the track finishes that does not show up on this album and thankfully as well.
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