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8.3

Universal acclaim- based on 15 Ratings

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  1. Positive: 14 out of 15
  2. Negative: 0 out of 15

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  1. Jul 8, 2012
    9
    Mutemath is just one of those bands where you need to give their music time. they're also a band that you either love or hate. what Mutemath do best is experimentation, and they've developed their sound beyond the simple, catchy alternative songs of their self-titled album into a strong blues-influenced hard rock sound with electronic meshing. give them time to warm up to you and you'll beMutemath is just one of those bands where you need to give their music time. they're also a band that you either love or hate. what Mutemath do best is experimentation, and they've developed their sound beyond the simple, catchy alternative songs of their self-titled album into a strong blues-influenced hard rock sound with electronic meshing. give them time to warm up to you and you'll be spinning their records every chance you get. Expand
  2. Jan 16, 2013
    10
    MuteMath is a band of progress. Armistice marks a time of vitality and boldness in a group of artists so vastly talented in an incredibly wide range of styles, settling with nothing less than their own idea of perfection. This album inspires me in a way no other album has; MuteMath at their finest.
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70

Generally favorable reviews - based on 4 Critics

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  1. Positive: 2 out of 4
  2. Negative: 0 out of 4
  1. This is essentially a thinking man's album, though, more indicative of the band's breadth than its ability to make hit singles.
  2. The result is an awkward balancing act between a premature lust for accessibility and an obvious knack for the avant-garde, shirking traces of the latter in an ill-fated attempt at evolution.
  3. Enjoying Mute Math involves disavowing the bad, and disliking them likewise involves disavowing the good. That this choice is offered at all keeps the band firmly in the camp of the interesting, at least.