YMMV / SikTh

  • Awesome Music: The chorus of "Where Do We Fall". And the bridge. Actually, the whole song.
  • Earworm:
    • "Peep Show", "Such The Fool", "In This Light", "Where Do We Fall".
    • "When Will The Forest Speak?" has also become this in recent years during live shows, where Mikee will usually let the crowd recite parts of the poem.
  • Erudite Stoner: Mikee is very possibly this.
  • Follow the Leader: Massive influence on Djent and Tech Metal.
  • Face of the Band: Mikee Goodman.
  • He Also Did: They've all got around quite a bit.
    • Dan Weller is a VERY prolific producer. The most well known example is that he's been involved with every Enter Shikari album since Common Dreads. So is Justin Hill, who has produced albums by Yashin and Heart Of A Coward, among others.
    • James Leach is a member of the bands Krokodil and Messenger ... and supposedly The Hell as well.
    • Mikee Goodman was a voice actor and the overall director of all the voice acting on the game No Truce With The Furies, which is due for release in late 2017.
  • Hookers and Blow: "Such The Fool".
  • Lighter and Softer: Some fans view their post-hiatus material as being this. The vocals are much more subdued in their Large Ham status compared to earlier material, Mikee uses a lot more melodic vocals and more emphasis is placed on song structure rather than technicality or going through the Genre Roulette that was so prominent in their early albums.
  • New Media Are Evil: "Philistine Philosophies" and "Century Of A Narcissist". It's safe to say Mikee Goodman isn't a big fan of social media and over-reliance on technology.
  • One of Us: Mikee Goodman is obsessed with Clint Eastwood films.
  • Promoted Fanboy: Joe Rosser.
  • Signature Song: "Bland Street Bloom", the opening track to DoaDD. It is arguably one of the best examples of Genre Roulette in modern metal.

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