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New High on Fire - Kurt Ballou

Discussion in 'Bar' started by mva801, Feb 29, 2012.

  1. mva801

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    Awesome! Liking this mix a lot more than the one on SftD
     
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    ratsapprentice God can gtfo

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    Much better than SFTD, not as good as DITSC
     
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    Let it burn... Orgasm Donor

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    guitars are clipping like hell
     
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    the drums sounded awesome in the beginning .... then it all fell to hell
     
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    You mean tasteful balance of mid range frequencies.



    How so? Sounds good to me. It' doesn't sound like much changed sonically with the drums after the beginning.
     
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    i first heard this on NPR :lol:
     
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    No I don't.

    Still sounds dull as fuck compared to Blessed Black Wings and Death Is This Communion.
     
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    Stuff is pretty legit. That is all.
     
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    Sounds a bit clearer than their older releases. Bigger too. I loathe that guitar tone though, but I guess that's just Pike`s sound. Love how ballsy and big Ballou's mixes sound.
    Seems to me like Kurt has a way of producing that will pick up a lot more followers in the future. The songs hit you like a freight train, there's very little between you and the music.
     
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    There are some people who will enjoy it and some who won't. Music fans will still love it regardless, but damn, kurt ballou's recent stuff is amazing, it's like he fucking puts you just right there in the middle of the room with them, it's quite an experience, I absolutely love it.

    If your definition of a "good mix/production/wtv" is a sneap-esque kind of style then you'll obviously loathe this
     
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    I'm listening through shitty earbuds, but I like this mix. It's raw and dirty - perfect for this band.
     

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