Eisley album stream
2011-02-22 by J. Ponton EMERITUS | 38 Comments
Eisley's new album, The Valley, can now be streamed online in its entirety ahead of its March 1 release.

http://www.spin.com/articles/exclusive-stream-eisleys-new-album
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psykonaut
February 22nd 2011
3913 Comments


inb4 christian coffee shop

GulliKyro
February 22nd 2011
357 Comments


Its pretty great based on the first few listens. I am a long time fan of christian coffee shops.

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
February 22nd 2011
28517 Comments


through 6-7 listens, this shit is pretty wholesome but also metal enough to keep you interested

Tyrael
February 22nd 2011
20876 Comments


Album obviously needs more Satan

Digging: Darkspace - Dark Space III I

omnipanzer
February 22nd 2011
21451 Comments


Sweeeeet

Willie
Moderator
February 22nd 2011
15976 Comments


I hate when streams come from out of nowhere for albums that I'm supposed to review... good album though.

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Knott-
Emeritus
February 22nd 2011
10195 Comments


oh my god this is good

why have i never heard anything by this band before

fucking coffee shop review making me think they were a joke

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
February 22nd 2011
23819 Comments


A large amount of paper. All yeah! All paper.

I can never take this band seriously, ever.

Waior
February 22nd 2011
11451 Comments


fucking coffee shop review making me think they were a joke


common misconception

GulliKyro
February 22nd 2011
357 Comments


That coffee shop review actually caused me to check them out originally. This is probably their best album, has more muscle to it.

Willie
Moderator
February 22nd 2011
15976 Comments


I like their debut. I think it's their best by a long shot.

MalcolmX
February 22nd 2011
56 Comments


About time they release some new music. I'm satisfied. This is pretty damn good.

Electric City
Staff Reviewer
February 22nd 2011
15737 Comments


wont listen until they release the glorious amounts of paper ep

Digging: Ricky Eat Acid - Three Love Songs

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
February 22nd 2011
23819 Comments


I wonder if they've read that review. I really hope they have, that would be sweet to hear them allude to some of the memes haha.

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
February 22nd 2011
28517 Comments


they've actually been metal since way before that christian coffee shop review

psykonaut
February 22nd 2011
3913 Comments


whoa, i actually enjoy this

Knott-
Emeritus
February 22nd 2011
10195 Comments


Yeah, it's really good.

omnipanzer
February 22nd 2011
21451 Comments


A few of us rec them quite a bit actually.

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
February 22nd 2011
28517 Comments


i don't get all the surprise lol

their sound has been (reasonably) consistent

HaloDude442
February 22nd 2011
693 Comments


I discovered a pretty awesome band, and the coffee shop review via this.

Day rules so far.

Winsomniac
February 22nd 2011
7972 Comments


...But where are the junz?

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
February 22nd 2011
28517 Comments


....and where are the WOMP WOMP???

SpaceWhale
February 22nd 2011
156 Comments


what is this coffee shop review everyone keeps referring too?

cvlts
February 22nd 2011
8955 Comments


http://www.sputnikmusic.com/review/14542/

5th paragraph.

omnipanzer
February 22nd 2011
21451 Comments


http://musicianforums.com/review/14542/Eisley-Room-Noises/

SpaceWhale
February 22nd 2011
156 Comments


thank you

mvdu
February 22nd 2011
605 Comments


Maybe it will grow on me, but so far not nearly as good as their other albums IMO. Agree with the comment about how compressed the arrangements are. They seem to stifle any personality.

mvdu
February 22nd 2011
605 Comments


Now "Kind" is more like it.. more free flowing and enjoyable. "I Wish" and "Watch It Die" have beautiful melodies.. so the album does have its good points.

mvdu
February 22nd 2011
605 Comments


Rating after first listen: 2.5/5. Might buy individual songs this time, which is disappointing as I've loved their work.

Winsomniac
February 22nd 2011
7972 Comments


What up triple post.

mvdu
February 22nd 2011
605 Comments


Was adding more impressions as I listened.

Winsomniac
February 22nd 2011
7972 Comments


I know. We all know. How? because you posted updates in real-time.

Sanders
February 22nd 2011
2351 Comments


^ lol

Willie
Moderator
February 22nd 2011
15976 Comments


I hate writing introductions...

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
February 22nd 2011
28517 Comments


contract it out... like a preface in a book


ask strikey to write it, as a new listener

DreamAgain
February 22nd 2011
258 Comments


Been waiting far too long for this Album.

mvdu
February 23rd 2011
605 Comments


Might bump this to a 3 when I rate it. The arrangements are still way too chilly/septic. Not going to budge on that. But the other aspects of the album are still pretty good.

DeafMetal
February 23rd 2011
8588 Comments


Band is good.

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