Dan FUCKING Gibbes

Reviews 5
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Soundoffs 41
News Articles 23
Band Edits + Tags 9
Album Edits 9

Album Ratings 290
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Last Active 04-02-15 10:16 am
Joined 05-17-07

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10.22.15 New Venomspitter03.31.15 Just dropped an EP
03.19.15 my band's new song12.29.14 Overlooked Gems Of 2014
05.05.14 Ffo Post Rock/metal And Punk Shit02.18.14 New Hardcore Band Featuring Members Of
11.02.13 Rec Me More Eerie Core Stuff04.09.13 My Band Just Released An Ep...
05.17.12 Happy 5 Year Sputniversary To Botb04.19.12 So I Won Some Contest...
04.17.12 Botb's Favorite Clean Vocalists04.12.12 Fair To Midland Saturday
04.11.12 Seeing Converge In 3 Hours.02.14.12 10 Albums For Valentine's Day
01.26.12 Band Demo12.14.11 Late Late Bloomer Aoty Contender
11.06.11 Walls Of Sound10.20.11 Job Hunting...
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Recent Diggin's.

Some recent stuff I've been listening to, more or less to broaden my horizons.
1Minor Threat
Complete Discography

Absolutely classic American hardcore. Worth a listen to anyone that enjoys old school punk or hardcore. 5/5 for me
2Gorilla Biscuits
Start Today

Another classic American hardcore release. Same as above. Also 5/5.
3Edge of Sanity

Crimson, you were right, this rules. This album is nuts, but I won't rate it just yet, because I've only heard the track once. n/a/5

I loved Weezer when I was younger, and my parents got me pinkerton. The rawness just didn't click with me what I was 13ish, but I went back and gave this album a chance, and I'm damn glad I did. 4.5/5
5Mors Principium Est
Liberation = Termination

My favorite melo-death band ever. Yes, there's better melodeath out there, but these guys are just my favorite handsdown. They mix in a bit of industrial influence into their melodeath sound as well. Definitely their most musicially challenging release to date, and I'm in the process of really absorbing it, so far it's very very good. so far it's at a 4/5
6Johnny Truant
In The Library of Horrific Events

Saw this review today and decided to acquire it. Really cool stuff. Very different than anything else in the genre that I've heard. I'll be analyzing this a bit before I rate too. n/a/5

I actually picked up a tangible copy of this. This is probably my favorite Meshuggah release to date, as it goes on the "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" mentality, but also adds the best of pretty much all their albums and throws it all together in a technical masterpiece. 4.5/5
8 Powerglove
Metal Combat for the Mortal Man

When I heard about this, I HAD to get it. This stuff is not only quirky and enjoyable, satisfying my inner gamer/nerd, but it's also musically well executed and it is extremely infectious. 4/5
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