Review this album
Nov 10, 20127There are some minor additions to the band's sound like some symphonic elements, female vocals and scratches in one song, but mostly this is the typical Parkway Drive melodic metalcore sound. So this could be a huge plus for the fans, because the band keeps their style, but also It can be a minus for the others, because the band do not evolve much from album to album.
Apr 1, 20137Felt rather disappointing by this album, need a lot more verification between tracks, Every track felt like a copy from the album Deep Blue, probably the worst album from parkway drive, but still a fun album with a few great songs, Meh is the final verdict
Jan 1, 20139Parkway Drive are one of my favourite bands, and being an Aussie myself, i can't help but feel some pride. Their latest release Atlas in my opinion was quite good, it took what made Deep Blue great and made it better, but also taking from Horizons to keep older fans happy. The result was a great album, to which all the songs are above average. Without going into to much detail fans of the band will greatly enjoy this album, essentially being more Parkway Drive, while casual listeners may find this more of the same, which isn't necessarily bad thing. Standout tracks include "Wild eyes", "Dark Days", "The River", and "The Blue and the Grey". The instrumentation is still great, and overall this is my favourite parkway album, because in my opinion it took what i loved most from Deep Blue and Horizons. Definitely give this album a go.… Expand