Digging: Steel an' Skin - Reggae Is Here Once Again
doze song names
OY'M WORNIN U M8
I just can't imagine this not being shit
Fuck yeah! Gonna five that shit... hell no, 5.1 for sure.
Digging: Testament - The Brotherhood of the Snake
Don't get ahead of yourself boy... 4.9 will do.
Digging: The Dillinger Escape Plan - Dissociation
Last album was good
I have liked every skinny pup album but I don't know what to think of this one at the moment
Digging: Danny Brown - Atrocity Exhibition
change that, I hated greater wrong of the right everything else is 3.5+
Last album was great, so definitely excited to hear this.
I liked the last album and I'm kinda looking forward to this.
Probably gonna be pretty dumb.
I liked Handover even if it wasn't their best stuff. I can't wait to give this a spin.
Digging: Brant Bjork - Tao of the Devil
It's like sick fuckin' puppies... or somethin'.
Cool. I'm actually curious about what is going to follow the weird handover.
are those the real song names? it seems retarded
this band is better http://www.sputnikmusic.com/bands/Skinless-Puppy-In-A-Bag-O-Salt/44308/
It seems "Puppy" has stagnated a bit and slipped into a repetitive musical style and song titles. The last 2 albums could easily pass for Ogre solo releases instead of true Skinny Puppy fair. That being said, there are still gems to be found such as "Vyrusis" from "Handover" and "Magnifishit" and "JaHer" from "Mythmaker". I'm anticipating more of the same with "Weapon". Not expecting much but hoping for the best.
I love JaHer and Magnifishit (Haze and Pedafly rule too) from Mythmaker. HanDover has some great songs too, such as Village, Gambatte, Icktums and Point, but yeah, it does sound more like an Ogre record. I don't mind if they keep this lighter direction, but they could make a more noisy record.
Some of you guys are crazy, Greater Wrong was average but everything else they have made was great. So the new style since the reformation doesnt sound like your being raped in hell, Its still solid music with solid lyrics non the less. As a fan from 1991, I think some of the newer stuff on Handover and Mythmaker is better then the older 80's albums tbh.