Although Capillarious at times devolves into nothing more than Seth ranting against the religious and popular establishments, I found it more interesting than annoying. An incredibly personal album takes you from the physical world to the spiritual world in the blink of an eye, Capillarious is a dark experience. Seth comes off as rather jaded individual but there are still some bright spots on it. The music is also fairly varied, switching from rock to folk and power pop throughout the album. Although the lyrics don?t do it for me, the music makes Capillarious worthwhile. - Ben Cook

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