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“In Parables is one of the year’s best albums and by far one of the most ambitious. It’s no surprise the band took three years to come out with a debut, because what they had under their sleeves was something that most signed bands of their genre can never even fathom achieving”
“It’s really, really good, and I found myself very anxious to hear what they would do within the next ten tracks”
“This post-hardcore group from Orlando, Florida has every bit of talent to become more noticed. They are a band that you can consider fresh, they do everything to define their genre without trying to hard on fitting in with the “in crowd”. Their debut album “In Parables” is easy at times to get lost in, from the couple carefully orchestrated instrumental tracks to the hard hitting screamed verses, all followed by precisely placed vocal lines which all comes together for a wonderful listening experience. Whether your looking for breakdowns or melodic choruses, it’s all here and done fantastically.”
“As amazing as the music is, the story crafted in this album has to be my favorite aspect. There is a lot of depth to these lyrics and it is some impressive song writing. I like how the band can make an engaging story, yet at the same time this story is relatable to each and every one of us. Every human, whether they focus on it or not is looking for truth; which makes this tale relatable to anyone, since everyone is longing for answers and an ultimate truth. This story shows the quest for truth and all of the experiences and trials that occur along that road.”
“Adeste has successfully exhaled a creative second wind back into the lungs of a style often wholly dismissed by anyone who sees their taste as being superior to that of a scenester’s. Three years of hard work independent of label funds have shaped In Parables to contain exactly the differences that should be embraced by bands in the post-hardcore/metalcore scene while still relating to it.”