I thought the rock song in the trailer fit very well because of the characters being show that the track is associated with. Also, I will admit full bias to the fact that I did direct the damn album
Having said that, I know that the OCR evaluations can be harsh. Understand that I, as one of the people who evaluated the album, kept in mind the same quality standards that I held when I was directing my own project, and the same as when I am evaluating any other albums. I know how badly Brandon wants to get the album out there, and up on OCR (regardless of any real/faux trolling taking potshots at the way things are done over there). Even if I can speak in the royal "we", I want to express that I
am thankful for people going back and making the fixes. This album does have the potential to be awesome, and be the unequivocally most metal and beastly album OCR has posted to date. It was VERY close on the first runthrough, and getting it to that point took a lot of time and skill on the part of everyone involved here.
There is no case of being discriminatory here. Aiming high is always a good thing, especially since you are less likely to look back later on and see issues that you wish you could have fixed. Personally, I look back at some of my earlier stuff that I thought was pure gold then and see holes the size of Hawaii in them. If this really were discriminatory, the album would have been rejected and told to not be fixed. It isn't like it is a joy to make people go back and fix things. We're not monsters
Wow, I ranted a bit more than I expected. Anyways, I'm looking forward to the revisions.