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KjSwantko
February 10th 2014


9449 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Nice, bro. Better later than never m/

ResidentNihilist
February 10th 2014


1269 Comments


cheers dude, digging Sublevels and Suffer in Truth most though I still think Aztec Two Step's the best song these guys have ever put out. Only metal that's ever scared the shit out of me but I love it for that reason.

MO
February 10th 2014


19741 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

love me some Aztec two step so mighty

KjSwantko
February 10th 2014


9449 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

^Randomly makes me want to jam the None EP

Relinquished
February 10th 2014


29102 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

i jam that regularly



all good songs

KjSwantko
February 10th 2014


9449 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Yeah It's fun jam, Rel. Maybe a little underappreciated even.

climactic
February 10th 2014


20530 Comments


none has sickening which is the best thing ever. jens still hetfield-ed hard on that album

Relinquished
February 10th 2014


29102 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

hella underappreciated



humiliative is so good

Necrotica
February 10th 2014


10584 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Wonderful album all around

climactic
February 10th 2014


20530 Comments


youre probably the first person to ever describe meshuggah as "wonderful"

ResidentNihilist
February 10th 2014


1269 Comments


ritual was great, jens actually sung and sung well on that one

TrantaLocked
March 27th 2014


1638 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Holy shit this goes hard.

InbredJed
March 27th 2014


6265 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Surprise.

BigPleb
March 27th 2014


41703 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

m/

TrantaLocked
March 27th 2014


1638 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

There is something about the production of albums in the early to mid 90s that is so brilliant. Rust in Peace, Extreme III, Dookie, this. The fidelity, soundstage, balance of instruments, etc, are all top, and they all share a really smooth sound. Producers in those 5 years were gods.

InbredJed
March 27th 2014


6265 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Yeah everything is pro-tools now

TrantaLocked
March 27th 2014


1638 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

What does that mean? Is pro-tools inferior/superior to what they did back then?

InbredJed
March 27th 2014


6265 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Pro-tools is a computer based recording program. Once you mic a sound, say vocals, you can manipulate it to sound any way you want, even if it's out of tune. The human elements are gone from most records these days.

MO
March 27th 2014


19741 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

"Is pro-tools inferior/superior to what they did back then?"



that's definitely a matter of preference

TrantaLocked
March 27th 2014


1638 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Ah. So music sounded more natural because they really couldn't do much digital editing. But even still, why is it that metal today sounds, eh, "crackly" while in the 90s it was way smoother? I don't mean the guitar tone or gain, but the music in general. Like, drums sounded smoother, everything was more "airy," now music seems distorted and shit. Is it the isolation that digital recording does that takes away the natural bass of the instruments?



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