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Discussion in 'RC' started by Krilons Resa, Feb 3, 2012.
Are they associated with Empeor?
DOOOO ITTTTT. The album I posted is my favorite, but the new one is quite good. I haven't kept up with the Agalloch influenced bands, but I've gotta figure this is one of the best. Just picked up both on colored vinyl for $12.50 each.
Yeah I kinda lost the faith with them right after Virus came out, but then years later picked up the albums I missed (and also realized that Virus is pretty damn good). I dig all the new shit, End of Disclosure probably most of all since the peak '90s stuff.
Catch 22 is awful though. So, so bad.
Agreed. Its amazing that theyve just gotten more brutal over time. They drop the nu metal nonsense and the melodicism of The Arrival to put out Virus, Extreme Divinity and EoD. Pete got mad.
ace as fuck. Nice.
RUST IN PEACE -> DYSTOPIA -> KILLING IS MY BUSINESS
Dave Mustaine is your father.
Erik do you remember this little ditty
remember when they were supposed to release an album and then didn’t? that must be upwards of ten years ago now
New Respire cam out today for anyone interested...
New album from Albert Witchfinder & the gand...
Stoner Doom with fem vox. Mix of clean/harsh. This is a tired-ass genre but this is really fucking well done. I'm impressed.
I'm in a dark ambient phase and a few recent releases stand out
New Desiderii Marginis, his most "cinematic" effort, music about the many visages of loss and how we deal with it, absolutely moving
Kammarheit albums are few and far between but Pär Boström is not one of the most regarded artists in the genre for nothing
Another Boström project, a collaboration with his sister Åsa, Subterranean ambiances with a slightly mid-eastern feel
More into dark jazz territory, this is actually a live collection of heavily revamped/re-improvised songs spanning the entire career of the low-profile yet excellent The Dale Cooper Quartet & The Dictaphones. This recording is a portal to another dimension with a different sense of time
Albums from 2001.
Speaking of albums from 2001...
One of the greatest years for music eVaR.
Jane Doe is one of those albums I've never enjoyed, but I won't ditch the CD. I figure some day it may click. Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow. But some day.
Dude, I was always the same way with Converge. I have said it many times before in the past that, on paper, they should be a band I love but can't get into 'em. Well, the Universe has finally pulled the 'ol switcheroo on my ass and I love it.
There you go then. I'm some day expecting a similar occurrence, although I'm not really into spazcore anymore. So my Converge ship may have left the harbor years ago, sunk in an unforeseen tragic accident, came back as undead pirates, and sought revenge against me in a zombie moshpit.
Then again I liked that weird as fook Daughters album from 2018, so who knows?
NP: The Residents' Eskimo