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|1. Prison Born|
|2. The Ancient Covenant|
|3. Shape Shifters [Instrumental]|
|4. Coldly Calculated Design|
|6. Sons of Belial|
|7. Legion of the Serpent|
|8. Planetary Duality I: Hideous Revelation|
|9. Planetary Duality II: A Prophecies Fruition|
Every time you listen to it you'll find a new nuance or detail and it will last forever.
I think its unfair to expect somethign so much better after such a great debut, so I will reserve my judgement until at least their thrid album.
With the lack of talent in the music industry it is great to see stellar writing and ability that this band has on this album.
A must have album if your into prog metal. Gets a tad bit old after awhile. Almost a little repetitive, but still worth a listen.Published 10 months ago by Jonathan Harrison
Love great vocals and super technical drumming that will blow your mind? This is the album for you. In my top 5 favorite albums of all time. Not much has come close to it.Published 13 months ago by Boona
The Faceless are one of those modern technical death metal bands that have really caught my attention ever since I first listened to their 2006 debut album "Akeldama" five years... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jeremy Brackeen
When I started listening to this album I couldn't stop. It's got everything you need from a metal album. Buy it!Published 20 months ago by Ol' Sweetpea
Also very very good. Maybe not as great as akeldama but still it's the faceless and its superb. Have a good day it wants me to write more words okPublished 22 months ago by IndyColtsFanJen
With this album, The Faceless did something phenomenal. I have always been captivated by the ideas of metaphysics and aliens. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Timothy Mueller
If I had to have a soundtrack for my life, this would be it. Possibly the greatest technical death metal album ever made. Pure genius.Published on March 24, 2013 by Tuvshin_9595
I love the instruments.. But that's about it. The guitarists singing is good, but I've never been a big fan of the main vocalist for the band, though there are sections I really... Read morePublished on March 18, 2013 by Jeremy Jensen
The Faceless' second full-length effort cements the group's status as being easily one of the best progressive deathgrind bands of the new millennium. Read morePublished on March 8, 2013 by A. Stutheit