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LilLioness
February 27th 2013


2799 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I try not to, swag. I honestly have yet to find a black or sludge or doom album that hasn't bored me at some point.

Digging: Geinoh Yamashirogumi - Ecophony Gaia

DeathPiercedMe
February 27th 2013


676 Comments


Heard these guys debut and was decent. Might have to check this out, heard its got some bm elements to it which means it will be right up my alley

Ignimbrite
February 28th 2013


5553 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

Free 320kbps download (put up by the band):



http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fbit.ly%2FZH40rv&h=gAQFD2VC_&s=1

wacknizzle
March 1st 2013


13734 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Finally downloading this now, thought I was just gonna come across a link sooner.

wacknizzle
March 1st 2013


13734 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Didn't see Ignim's post till I was already downloading from somewhere else, I'm pretty sure it's 320kbps as well though.

wacknizzle
March 1st 2013


13734 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I hope they still have some vinyl copies, I should grab one before it's too late.

seedofnothing
March 1st 2013


3425 Comments


This band is amazing

leycec
March 2nd 2013


18 Comments


> LilLioness: I honestly have yet to find a black or sludge or doom album that hasn't bored me at some point.

Bundling black metal with sludge and doom metal is simply wrong. Black metal averages between 140 to 200 bpm, sludge metal between 40 to 80, and doom metal... well, the basement's the limit.

It's sensible that sludge and doom metal might lull you into a false sense of boredom. But black metal, the purveyor of double-bass blast beats everywhere? That's not simply nonsensical. That's farcical. I call shenanigans.

If even a single blast beat of Ulver's "Bergtatt", Dissection's "Storm of the Light's Bane", or Emperor's "Anthems to the Welkin at Dusk" or "In the Nightside Eclipse" bores you, I'd question your allegiance to the maleficent Gods of metal. And whether you still had a pulse.

zaruyache
March 2nd 2013


8101 Comments


I can understand someone listening to 20 minute atmospheric black metal songs and getting bored.
Stuff like Weakling and Fell Voices require a lot of attention devoted simply to listening in order
for them to be satisfying. A lot of the droning "hypnotic" sections that bands of that sort often
employ can also definitely become boring to someone who doesn't already love the style.

CrimsonLies
March 5th 2013


2111 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Yeah it's like a transition from helio to this, love it m/

Digging: Harlots - Betrayer

CrimsonLies
March 6th 2013


2111 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

30 ratings for this and Helio, what is wrong with this world!?!?

DillingerEscaped
March 6th 2013


115 Comments


album is alright but not particularly good. reviewed it a while back m/

CrimsonLies
March 6th 2013


2111 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

What are you talking about, this is a great album

DillingerEscaped
March 6th 2013


115 Comments


neck not a 4.5

MichaelSnoxall
March 6th 2013


12163 Comments


oh, shut the fuck up

CrimsonLies
March 6th 2013


2111 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

It's a 4.5 for me, at least for the time being

DillingerEscaped
March 6th 2013


115 Comments


neck.

CrimsonLies
March 6th 2013


2111 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Go away, we don't want kiddies here

DeathPiercedMe
March 6th 2013


676 Comments


neck.

Ignimbrite
March 6th 2013


5553 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

"album is alright but not particularly good. reviewed it a while back m/"



Some things to note here, Skele.



A: "alright but not particularly good" does not reflect the 4 you gave it in your review



B: your review wasn't very good



C: you are an annoying user



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