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StrizzMatik
September 15th 2006


3188 Comments


Pizza was a tad bit of a let down, IMO (just b/c Werepizza mostly sucks) but whatever. It was all joke material and I'm sure their 2007 album will rip it.

ValiumMan
October 1st 2006


493 Comments


IMHO, this is pretty normal metalcore with NES-like keyboards and nerdy lyrics. I'd have liked if they'd stretched out on this whole "Nintendo" thing more. A bit overhyped.

Neoteric
October 1st 2006


3243 Comments


Birdo is all types of awesome.

Iluvatar
Staff Reviewer
October 1st 2006


16088 Comments


This was better than I expected. It's really quite awesome.

leehasjust
December 19th 2006


19 Comments


I saw them with Poison the Well. Last April. Erik (the keyboardist) is the most insane keyboardist i've ever seen. THEIR LIVE SHOW IS SO MUCH BETTER THEN THE ALBUM

IsItLuck?
Emeritus
January 20th 2007


4927 Comments


one of my favorite "music moments" ever is in 'sand' when he shouts "and everybody celebrate!" that goes into a fantastic bridge. it's just classic and classy. so anyways....

Iluvatar
Staff Reviewer
February 16th 2007


16088 Comments


"A Million Exploding Suns", "The Black Hole" and "Softer Sounds" are all fantastic. Great, great album.

Sharkmenow
March 29th 2007


64 Comments


I saw these guys in Philly lastnight and they were absolutely great. I've been going to so many metal shows lately where everybody is pissed off and just a bunch of meatheads walking around in their friggin basketball jerseys acting like a bunch of douches and this was a nice change of pace.

These guys were fucking hilarious and me and my friend just couldn't stop smiling and laughing while they were playing. These guys are awesome although I gotta say I like R.Borlax a little better.

antihippy
May 4th 2007


696 Comments


a million suns exploding is t3h secks. the video makes me lol in a good way.


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LifeInABox
May 4th 2007


3708 Comments


interesting...

botb
August 3rd 2007


9674 Comments


this band is epic. a band with a great sense of humor that just makes me crack up. and they hate being called "nintendo-core" saying that the label doesnt suit them. though i'm not sure what to call them in that case :P

whatduffhuck7
September 14th 2007


163 Comments


Octopus on Fire is a amazing song!!!

BroRape
September 28th 2007


803 Comments


a rusty glove is the best song on the album. and good review. i've pretty much memorized every word on the cd. it's one of my favorites.

SpinLightTwo
October 1st 2007


1041 Comments


I haven't listened to R.Borlax in it's entirety, but this definitily keeps my attention more.

Doppelganger
November 29th 2007


3124 Comments


Woah, this dominates R. Borlax.

gasmaskman
November 29th 2007


1006 Comments


^Not really.

BroRape
November 29th 2007


803 Comments


slaaaaves... masturbate to a single note!

Doppelganger
November 29th 2007


3124 Comments


I don't get how everyone and their mom goes apeshit for R. Borlax when the songs AND the band are a million times tighter on this record. The guitar-playing on Borlax is sloppier than Madonna's cooch (not to mention nowhere as good as the riffage on the 2nd record), their old drummer simply sucked, Nathan's vox sucked even more, and with the exception of classic songs like "Cutsman" and "Bunnies", the melodies are more varied and take a more prominent role in the songs on Mechanical Hand. It may not be as schizophrenic as their first record but overall it's better IMO.

This.

Babby
December 7th 2007


17 Comments


this series of tracks from this glorious album are the most beautiful sounds that I have heard in a long time. R. Borlax comes close but i really do like this album better. I cry to "Soaring Quails"

TheBolivianessence
April 14th 2008


20 Comments


EGGS



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