A Third Party Fan-reviews Bellheart’s “Beyond”

This literally just got a quoted response back from @BRGHead:

I’d normally cast a little side-eye in that direction (The Wall is one of rock’s all-time top 10 albums, easily), but nothing is surprising anymore, and what idol’s murder of crows has released so far has been very damn good. Like “our friendship with Yurumerumo! has led to us working with the same people who made YMM sound more than a little like Pink Floyd” good.

So … I support the comparison?

We’ll get to decide for ourselves soon. Bellheart apparently doesn’t want to respond to my tweet asking whether Beyond would be U.S.-available, or if we’d have to fight through that weird morass of factors that make buying digital copies of Japanese music such a pain in the ass.

But this fan’s review, combined with BRGH’s usual high quality and the brain-busting MVs that have teased us so far, is a good indication that this is going to be a very damn good album.

2 thoughts on “A Third Party Fan-reviews Bellheart’s “Beyond”

  1. Well Hello,
    First thing you have to remember about my comment is that twitter allows limited characters. I am not a wordsmith so I simplified my tweet. At no point did I compare to The Wall, I was simply saying that the emotional state at the heart of The Wall can be felt on Beyond. To compare or attempt to recreate anything musically to The Wall would be a fruitless endeavor ( Queensryche tried that) Yurumerumo! touched on this with a few of the songs on You Are The World, but its continuity is jarred with “more traditional” Idol music. While I don’t think Bellring re-invented the wheel here, I do believe they just blew the idea of what IDOL music can be right out of the water.

    FYI- BEYOND is available on OTOTOY and can be purchased with Paypal.

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