Originally Posted by treghet
Honestly, I didn't like Burial Ground at all. It sounded like they were just going through the motions and not really trying to come up with anything worthwhile. Their only post-break up album I've truly enjoyed was As Rapture Comes. There are some great songs on that one.
First thing that comes to mind when I think of As Rapture Comes is that dreadful Alice in Chains cover
but honestly, I think all of their albums have had a few good songs and they're all listenable to an extent. Burial Ground just clicks with me because the production has a bit of an old-school vibe, and IMO Ola's vocals are better than ever on that record.