I really like rush in general. This song was very long but I didn’t hate it. I did zone out at some parts, but the guitar is amazing. I can listen to them all day
I enjoyed the deep story the song had which it took me a while to understand the whole story I loved how long it was I didnt really like the tempo
This was a full blown story and it was an amazing trip. The guitar playing was solid all the way through. Most of the time I didn’t even notice that the song switched. I was lost and amazed at how smooth and effortless it transitioned through songs. The story of the song was the part that stood out the most to me and was the most enjoyable part of it. I gave this song a 9 out of 10.
I disliked the intro a lot, however once past it I could appreciate the fast beat and tempo of the song, I think the guitarra and battery where great, however for my personal taste, the opening and I'm melodic and aggressive song, although appreciated was too disruptive.
I already loved how the beginning sounds like a intro in a scary movie. I like how the drums and guitar were consistent the entire time like it flowed beautifully. I didn’t like how long it was ( I zoned out a couple of times) this overall was unique I give it a 7.8
Metal is not really something I enjoy, I find it unnerving and somewhat messy. However.... this song is a true masterpiece that deserves to go down in human history as a symbol for what we were as a race.
At first, I was very confused at what the Geddy was saying with the temples and priests etc.. The song at that point was very confusing and had me at an extreme loss for words. As the song progressed, it all dawned on me that the song actually is a statement about society. At that moment, my jaw dropped all the way to the floor and had no hopes of ever coming back up. Anyways, This song presented such a masterful piece of art that needs to be listened to by everyone. The lyrics about the fake humans and the priests being the overlords of our modern society truly paint a bleak picture of what society might come to which is something I absolutely adore.
The instrumentals were just as impressive with the skillful chord changes present within the bass lines. The drums were no slouch either with the complex rhythms that were ever-present within the background of the music.
The song was an absolute masterpiece and deserves to get one of the very few 10's. Truly a work of art.