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Discussion in 'RC' started by Krilons Resa, Feb 3, 2012.
Ive got one of their albums. Its pretty good stober rock. Havent heard the new one
Psych Rock of the highest caliber teleporting straight outta the 60’s, early 70’s but heavier. Kinda like a mix between Cream and Black Sabbath.
Kickass Melvins-esque, grungey, noise rock with fem vocals.
Criminally overlooked album from a few years ago.
dude this fuckin rules
fuck yes it does. It’s like a mix of older Mastodon and Elder when they were actually good but whom are merely holding DVNE’s beer now.
New John Haughm solo track. It actually has heavy guitars and drums, really cool song and I'm super excited to hear the rest. Agalloch vibes aplenty roughly halfway through.
It's actually a pretty good song. I didn't even know Haughm released a first solo LP. How does it fare?
it is interesting-ish, i generally approve of overt nephilim references but this song just kind of seems to happen with little emotional impact, stuff builds upon stuff and it comes and goes but has none of the eloquence or drama and dynamics of, say, elizium
the mix is super congested also, everything happening at once and none of the instruments seem to really be given enough space
i'll give the album a shot tho, ty for bringing it to our attention
Wrekmeister Harmonies dropped a new one and, surprise, it's another stroll down depression street, even if it invites some more contrast and "rock action" than on previous album. Soulful stuff.
Yeah thanks for nailing this for me. The song indeed could use some more flow (yo). It's like a display of some nice ideas without the binding goodness known as songwriting I guess?
Anyway I'll have eyes on the full thing.
I'm a little up/down on the Haughm solo stuff, but I only know so much. This new thing is enjoyable, certainly Agallochian. I recently picked up Art of the Black Blood on vinyl and man, that shit is WEIRD. I mean that in a good way (I think), and circa 2005 NAD would've listened to it non-stop and made all my friends suffer through it constantly. These days whacky shit only gets played every so often. I still think Pillorian is great, and I dug that it didn't really sound like Agalloch. Oh and I have The Last Place I Remember in my new album pile which I'll get to... some day.
Yesterday was Subaru Service Saturday Soundtrack as spun on a several decade old cheap as hell boombox that just won't fucking die. I used to kick this radio at work to take out frustration back in the '90s. And yet it remains a faithful servant. I guess this post is now a shitty photojournal? Hmm.
Jesus Fuckin’ Christ...
The music is okay. Dead Man soundtrack type of stuff. The bonus track is the best part, when the hell does that ever happen? The packaging and booklet are fantastic! Desert photos, nicely put together, some old west graveyards, very cool text, so that was worth buying for me. Looks like places I explore, neato. As music, okay. As art, I dig it.
But that was yesterday. I'm currently listening to DOPESMOKER very loudly because it's about time to drop out of life with bong in hand, in order to follow the smoke to the riff-filled land.
That being said, I rarely smoke pot anymore and I haven't even seen a bong in person since just after college. What shame I have brought to my family of desert wizards.
This album fucking SPANKS. It's like John Garcia went and joined a bluesy doom band.
EDIT::: i discovered this yesterday night thanks to spotify's algorithm thinking this was similar to wovenhand i guess when the album ended? and i went to change the song because as always im like "what the fuck is this shit that i dont recognize? where the fuck is iron maiden? please immediately return me into my comfortzone hugbox echochamber" but then it HIT ME and i kind of froze and just stared into blank space for a bit as the crescendo happens near the end
and sometimes when i discover new music for a while it's all i wanna listen to and it's like holy shit how is it possible that i have lived thirty five years on this gay earth and not had this in my life
dude this fuckin song
shit hits hard
also this polish coldwave postpunk proto-shoegaze thing i stumbled over today
Cult of Luna - A Dawn to Fear
AOTY candidate, moments of brilliance throughout.
Been listening to nothing but Akercocke and its offshoot bands: Shrines, Voices, and The Antichrist Imperium
Atmospheric blackened death metal (?) that is based off the Dark Souls video games. Been getting hype and is pretty darn great for this style of music which I haven't listened to in ages.