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4.1 out of 5 stars
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on 8 November 2011
This is another great textures album, its more straight forward and easier to get into than previous albums but the main ingredients are still present. The new vocalist does a great job and the music ebs and flows beautifully, maybe the next one will be their masterpiece...?
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on 9 August 2017
As expected, quick delivery
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on 19 June 2012
This album was the first album I've heard from Textures, and after listening to the first song for the first time, I was amazed. For me there really is something special about this album. Every track is as good as the last. There as some great vocal lines, catchy riffs and interesting ideas. I could even go as far as saying this is one of my favourite albums to date. If you're looking for a great metal album with something different and a twist of djent with great melodies, then I'd highly recommend this album! 5 Stars from me!!
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on 5 January 2012
i was really looking forward to this album and its very good but not 5stars just yet; its veered towards the more melodic side of things but its still textures and brilliant. this new one reminds me alot of exit ten; I can imagine some fans wont like this but Im a fan of exit ten so doesnt spoil it too much for me.
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on 9 October 2014
This album is filled with technical music though not really technical it is a like Experimental Metal core so the riffs are just a little bit more complicated. There is plenty going on in the album it might take a few listens to actually appreciate all of the music or to totally enjoy it. There is one particularly catchy song called REaching Home but there is plenty of other brilliant music on here. The vocals are a mix of screaming and singing too. The guitars have a sort of slight djenty sound to them probably the low tuning or extra strings they use. Fantastic cd this one is not too long it could have been a little bit shorter perhaps but overall it is Brilliant
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on 10 May 2015
Every track. So good. Thanks.

Standout tracks: Singularity, Sanguine Draws The Oath (even if it did massively rip off Goliath - Karnivool), Reaching Home.
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on 4 November 2011
I'm not quite sure what's happened to the epic dutcth prog-metallers Textures, but this is a disappointing record. It bears almost no resemblance to the inaugural 'Polars' and superb follow up concept album of 'Drawing Circles'. The intermediate album 'silhouettes' showed promise, but this latest edition sounds dumbed down, overproduced sing-along metal. The new singer is repetitive and bland, and it seems the music has followed somewhat. The album sounds okayish, but that's about it. A disappointing move away from what they did so well, and a move towards very commercial metal. Drawing Circles is one of my favourite albums of all time, yet you would think you were listening to a different band here. No epic soundscapes, the riffs are dumbed down, all to cater for the slightly whiney voice of the new frontman. Majorly disappointed
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