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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
It is going to be OK!!!! 17 Oct. 2013
By Terry D. Porter - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is only the second review I have ever written for Amazon; the other one was a Pelican album too. I am going to keep this short and to the point. I was worried because I love Laurent's playing and, having seen the mighty Pelican live, he is just really cool (as is the whole band). Rest assured fans (that is who I am writing this for), no need to be worried!! This record is fantastic! As with every Pelican record, my soul and body are moved by the music. I have listened to it twice now, and it is a wondrous, emotional journey.

I listen to many of the great instrumental bands of the last decade plus and I love this style of music. I have always thought there are many great artists in the post-rock, instrumetal,or whatever the heck people label this genre, but none of them touch Pelican. After listening to Forever Becoming, I still feel this way.

Way to go Pelican and thanks for another "album of the year"
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
After all that another great album. 29 Oct. 2013
By Mater "D" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I applaud Laurent Schroeder-Lebec for leaving Pelican because he felt his heart wasn't in it any more. I think this was reflected in their EP Ataraxia/Taraxis (an album I was disappointed with). I waited for this album not with nervous anticipation, but with some excitement as to where the band would go next. "What We All Come To Need" is one of my favorite albums by any band so I knew that with the infusion of some new blood this new album could be something great. It is. "Forever Becoming" has everything a Pelican record should have. Those beautiful somber stare at the ceiling reflective moments along with the meat and potatoes Metal. I think this record is aptly named as change happens. Sometimes not for better or worse, but just slightly different in a new direction, but still at the core something we have come to know and recognize. I really like this album and it keeps getting better and better over more listens. Thank you pelican for producing a fine piece of work.
Great album 23 April 2014
By Philip Scoggins - Published on Amazon.com
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I never thought I would say I got turn on to a cool heavy band while listening to NPR, but that's how I discovered Pelican.

Very well recorded and cool grooves. I plan to buy more of their stuff.
Who needs lyrics when you can just jam the walls down!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 27 Mar. 2014
By Eric Risner - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Pelican again bringing it on like a hurricane on the horizon. Creeping up with an intro that sounds like they may have grown soft but then just sending you a tailspin of build ups that can be done like know other. I am feeling a sense of some early Mogwai influence? Whatever the influence it rules!!!!!!!!!! Grab you some Pelican today!!!!!!!!!!!
Great Band 24 Feb. 2014
By Mark - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This album is just really, really good. It's dark and it's heavy but it's not heavy metal. These guys have a really unique style of playing (guitar) that is different from metal but I think most fans of metal (or at least Tool) will enjoy this album.
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