16 album stream2012-04-22 by Magnus Altkula EMERITUS | 6 Comments
|Deep Cuts From Dark Clouds, the new album from US sludge metallers 16, is now available for streaming ahead of its April 24th release date (via Relapse Records).|
Vocalist Chris Jerue said this about the upcoming album:
"It took us 20 years to write this record. We had to narrow things down and fine-tune this formula to the four people who wanted it the most. There have been like 14 people in this band. Now it seems like we have the right group to make good music... Since [2009's] Bridges To Burn came out I had a real shitty three years. I can laugh at it now because I lived through it. That's what this whole record is about. I have a whole different viewpoint. I could have died, and I guess I've been seeing things differently. When I listen to Bridges To Burn now, I bore myself. But this record gets crazy without getting in your face with the negativity. I mean, it's just as pissed but not as pissed at the same time."
When I listen to Bridges To Burn now, I bore myself.
anybody got a mediafire yet?
Just stream it once Urine, this is kind of boring next to their other albums.
its a 3.5/5 production makes it blend together
This is solid but not as good as Zoloft Smile. Some really cool riffs here and there.
Metallers sounds dumb... Just say metal band
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