the s/t is better but this is still worth checking out
Miles better. S/t was a piece of shit.
Digging: Hans Zimmer - Interstellar
No idea why BM bands still wanna do 20 minute songs. I'm too ADD for this shit but i'll try to listen.
Digging: Pink Turns Blue - If Two Worlds Kiss
Sorry Noctus, I didn't read your post right. Their s/t was just plain boring.
Digging: Azealia Banks - Broke With Expensive Taste
have released a new release following the release
Digging: Downfall of Gaia - Aeon Unveils the Thrones of Decay
I'll check this out because everyone thought the S/T was great, even though I didn't like it. Maybe this'll click.
Gone through this E.P. a few times now and it's not as great as I thought.
I thought Leucosis was only popular with preppy frat boys in Maryland and the Northeast?
Isn't "preppy fratboy" oxymoronic? Or has that also become a new "fad" in the last few years? I thought I was the only one that fanboy'd this band ;_;
Digging: Sleepytime Gorilla Museum - In Glorious Times
I remember seeing 'Pulling Down the Sky' on a blog when it came out and I never bothered checking it out. I'm going to check this out now.
I liked the S/T. Kinda reminded me of the last Buried Inside album, who I miss dearly.
I remember some guy coming on here a few months ago saying he had been kicked out the band after having written most of the riffs on the S/T and asking people not support the band. Like I give a shit.
I saw a comment on their facebook page that implied something like that, so it makes sense. Especially makes sense when they said they had to take a few additional months to write extra material after a line-up change (if I remember right) before recording. :/
Just read their ex-guitarist's explanation on the other news article. Sucks. I really liked his playing, though, and I hope he goes on to form or join another project. Guy was a good guitarist.
I read this as "Neurosis" and got excited. I'll be leaving now...
Digging: Skyharbor - Guiding Lights