Pistol Pete

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Last Active 02-01-17 8:28 am
Joined 03-10-10

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Isis Needs To Make Another Album

One of my greatest disappointments was getting into this band after they broke up. You won't agree with my ranking of their LPs, but this is what I rank them as, get used to it. Plz respond by ranking the following bands best to worst : Isis, Neurosis, Cult of Luna. (wanna know if getting into Cult of Luna is worth it, thanx)
Wavering Radiant

I consider this album a flawless 5/5, and am somewhat comforted that their last album is this awesome to me. (Best: Hall of the Dead)

You knew this was gonna be ranked high. (Best: So Did We)

Don't understand the mediocre ratings for this album, it's aggressive and so fucking heavy I love it. (Best: C.F.T.)

Very classic album among sludge metal fans, I get that. To me it just felt somewhat draggy and slow compared to others above this. Still great obviously. (Best: Carry)
In the Absence of Truth

This one was just too goddamn boring to rank any higher. The song structures are far too much the same. While still a good album, it felt like listening to the same song get played over and over again. Slow beginning....zzzzzzz.....heavy ending. (Best: Dulcinea)
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