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New disc has a bit of a different sound and but, still very satisfying stuff from Aesthetic Perfection. 11 Feb 2014
By MonsterZeroNJ - Published on Amazon.com
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I was first introduced to Aesthetic Perfection upon seeing them open for The Birthday Massacre, one of my favorite bands, at The Gramercy Theater back in NYC in the fall of 2012 and I really liked the energy and aggressive tone of this goth/industrial/punk outfit’s tunes and performance. Singer/songwriter Daniel Graves is very passionate about his music and it comes across in his vocals, especially when you see them live. The previous album All Beauty Destroyed was a very hard driving and aggressive album with a really solid selection of fist pumping electronic music and I was looking forward to their next disc. With this new album of songs, Graves changes gears and gives us a somewhat more sedate and perhaps a little more soulful collection of tunes with the subject of love, and the loss of/pursuit of, touched upon in a most of the songs such as one of it’s best tunes, Big Bad Wolf. Not that we don’t get some energetic tunes, like the fast paced and slightly whimsical The Dark Half, and Graves’ signature growl is ever present but, ‘Til Death finds the songwriter far more contemplative then angry. I don’t won’t to say mellowed because, I doubt that’s the case but, here he seems more confident in his musings about the mysteries of love and life, then needing to shake his fist at them like on the last album. And that’s fine. If music is truly an extension and expression of how an artist feels then Graves and Co. are being honest with us at the cost of maybe alienating some of their followers but, a band has to stay true to themselves no matter how much they want to please their fans. And when all is said and done, this is still very much an Aesthetic Perfection album. I’ll admit I prefer the harder more aggressive sound of All Beauty Destroyed but, I still really enjoyed this 10 song collection as the band’s edge is still present and the lyrics still convey the same dark POV and cynical humor… as in the song Death Rattle, another song about matters of the heart… but, it’s a little less in your face… though, there is still a bit of that, as in one of my favorite songs on the new CD, Antibody. The songs are very keyboard driven as usual and are well produced and Graves’ vocals go from soulfully melodic to sliding into his gravely growl and back again just as we’ve come to expect from AP’s vocalist… no more evident then on Oh, Gloria, a song about a tumultuous and possibly doomed love. With ‘Til Death it’s almost as if Graves has decided that this time he has something to say and he’s not going to get mad or shout at you to get you to listen. If you want to hear what he has going on in his head, fine… but if not, he’s not going to yell to get himself heard. And, to be honest, that’s exactly the type of confident swagger we’ve come to expect from this band. A bit of a different tempo then normally heard from this outfit but, still a solid collection of goth/industrial/punk songs that is ultimately satisfying and shows the band has diversity in it’s songwriting and is confident to do things their way. The more I listened to ‘Til Death, the more I like it.
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A solid showing 16 Feb 2014
By Marvin Hill - Published on Amazon.com
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This album has been panned by some critics and fans alike. They are looking for more of the same from Aesthetic Perfection. If you are looking for more of their older sound, then this album may not be it. I would suggest giving the album a listen though before writing it off. I originally did not like most of the singles from this album when listening to them. The album as a whole made sense after the release. There is an overall feeling or vibe that flows from one track to the next. No it isn't a straight hardcore industrial experience, but it offers a mix of sounds. This is the direction some bands have gone in the genre and Aesthetic Perfection is one of them leading the way. I thoroughly enjoy most of the songs on this album, I would say in my opinion there are at least seven good tracks. Off of a ten track album, that's a good ratio. On a side note, it seems as many of the songs carry a double entendre in the lyrics department.
Delicious Synths 21 Aug 2014
By D. Herr - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm not entirely sure I'd rate this a 5 star album, but I'm much closer to Amazon's "I love it!" description than "I like it", so I'm sticking with it.

This album is fantastic, dark synth pop/ebm that's bouncy, incredibly catchy and a lot of fun while still retaining substance. There's variety in the tracks, there aren't any dud songs on it, and it's pretty much been in constant rotation since I bought it.

I'd been aware of AP for a few years but catching their (great!) live show recently made me go out and buy this, and it was even better than I thought it would be.

I get that if you are a huge fan of their old sound, this probably won't be your thing. But if you like synth stuff like Depeche Mode, the Faint, Covenant, Army of the Universe, etc. you will love this disc, though it is it's own unique beast.

For what it's worth, I find it boring when bands stagnate- you can change and grow without completely ditching your sound. I have both "A Violent Emotion" and "All Beauty Destroyed" and you can clearly see the progression to "'Til Death", which I appreciate. I'm hoping their next album continues on this path.
(Aesthetic) Perfection!! 18 April 2014
By Melvin - Published on Amazon.com
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Ever since I saw Aesthetic Perfection open for my favorite band, The Birthday Massacre, in 2012 I have been a big fan. This album only solidifies my support of them. I cannot say enough good about this cd. The music is fantastic!! It is a little different from All Beauty Destroyed (I recommend buying that cd too), which Daniel Graves screams more in, but Til Death is still a terrific album. For those of you who aren't familiar with AP, they are an industrial band, relying on synth programming for the music. Daniel Graves is the frontman and he writes all the music and lyrics. When Graves goes on tour he has a live drummer, Tim VanHorn, by his side. I think there is also a live keyboardist now, but don't quote me on that though. I'm going to see them live on May 29, so I'll update that info. To keep this review short and sweet, if you like synth and industrial music, this is an album you should buy, no questions asked. Daniel was even polite enough to provide us with the full album on Youtube so we can give a listen to it first, before we buy the album, which is what I did. Just go to YT and type in "Til Death full album". Please, please, please though, if you like the music, do the band a solid and BUY the music, even if it's downloaded and not a physical cd. I hope you enjoy Til Death as much as I do, and I'm excited to hear what AP gives us next! Thanks for reading, and hopefully AP has a couple more fans now ;)
GREAT Album! 6 April 2014
By S. J. Sera - Published on Amazon.com
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It is a rare occasion I like EVERY song on an album, and this is one of those rare occasions. LOVE. Check out the videos on YouTube also -- the videography and pure artistry is amazing.
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