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May 22nd 2012


Album Rating: 5.0

This review seems to be a very bad one. Comparing bands to other bands due to their "influences" and down right dismissing them is very unfair for the band. I do not know what you were smoking brother - but I find the album high on theme, intense emotions and a very "hey, just found this cassette in my grandpa's coffin" sorta sound. They are totally avant-garde with your first listen being the worst listen.

The first time i heard it, I could not differentiate between the sounds, but after a couple of listens - this band has done what other bands in Poland have not - they are not predictable. I like my music to be that way - in no way should the music be served on a platter.

Tusan homichi is a folk tale about a mouse saving the village from the powerful hawk - you can draw a parallel on various levels - regarding the power of one to bring down the tyrannical rule of the powerful. Whose the god now - speaks of various human emotions - sang in a very interesting manner - "you may be as he is, but you are stronger - anything you can do..." and so on the song goes.

Ninth wave is again an amazing instrumental, whose interpretations may vary from person to person, but the song is beautifully tailored.

For me, the vocals on this album/band is by far the most innovative and intriguing. They have made sure that the vocal is part of the band, not a leading feature (as per our present day trends of having a uber cool frontman with amazing ear screeching abilities). The band has the vocals as a part of a wheel, where their prime motive is to entice your emotions on a combination (but NOT due to a single factor) of instruments and voice to create MUSIC.

It is absolutely sad that bands like this do not get recognition - because we, the audience, have not evolved to their level.

TRUST ME - this album will get their cult status.

Please - do not take this personally, but I simply hate it, when people "review" such albums on their face value and dismiss it as a futile effort. This album caters, almost certainly, to an esoteric audience, and I am most happy to be one of them.

May 22nd 2012


Album Rating: 5.0

""TRUST ME - this album will get their cult status."

I'm sorry for your generation"

The revolution is coming!!

I think it already has - but everyone seems to be looking on the other side

May 22nd 2012


Album Rating: 5.0

probably few do not understand the progressiveness of such albums - but I may be screaming down the wrong forum wall!!


May 22nd 2012


Album Rating: 5.0

Probably its bad- but your point being...??

May 22nd 2012


Album Rating: 5.0

says the boy using lol :D

May 22nd 2012


what is it with people and their fanboyism. I wonder if they some day come back to read the verbal diarrhea they put out and laugh it off.

Digging: Twin Pines Mall - Solar Wind City

May 25th 2012


Album Rating: 3.5

interesting how this thread has been bumped recently. Tonight i had "and who's god now" pop into my

head and it took me a while to figure out who it was, but i really like that song. The rest of the

album isn't as great, but i do like tracks 1 & 3 a lot and would definitely check out something new

from these guys.

September 6th 2012


Album Rating: 5.0

Excellent album. I am not a prog/metal/rock fan. I am a music fan who barely wander about heavy sounds. But this album

is just such a bloody joy to listen to. I have no idea why it haven't got the recognition it definitely deserves but I guess it

has something to do with people being plain imbecile (read close-minded).

September 9th 2013


Album Rating: 4.0

If I'm not wrong, the "Tusan Homici Tuvota" lyrics come from a 1944 story translated from native americans. Go blame those guys for the "hawks kill chicken" line ;)

Digging: CHON - Grow

January 24th 2015


Its worth noting that Ninth Wave is a cover of a symphony man. It's amazing.

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