Cloudkicker releases Subsume

2013-09-14 by Steven Watson | 35 Comments
The one-man instrumental metal project that is Cloudkicker has released his new album, Subsume, today.

The album is available for download at Bandcamp (no physical copy available currently). As with all previous Cloudkicker releases, you can name your price.

Check it out here: http://cloudkickermusic.com/

Tagged: Cloudkicker

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East Hastings
September 14th 2013
4397 Comments


stfu

iswimfast
September 14th 2013
1397 Comments


oh my

Fieryfenderz
September 14th 2013
1725 Comments


meh it's free

MO
September 14th 2013
20542 Comments


"2 minutes in and absolutely nothing has happened wow AOTY"

yea that's cause it starts at 3 minutes nice attention span

MO
September 14th 2013
20542 Comments


album is really solid

YouthCat
September 14th 2013
261 Comments


Its pretty great, but I dont get why he separated the tracks like that. The second song seems like it could have been separated into a couple shorter ones.

ashcrash9
September 14th 2013
644 Comments


Downloaded it this morning and I've listened 3 times since. The last track is the only one that wows me, and while the rest isn't bad, it is rather uninteresting, and I think the way the tracks were separated is a hindrance without any real value.

also dem song titles. jesus.

trilogique21
September 14th 2013
572 Comments


'it is rather uninteresting'

lel

Calc
September 14th 2013
14583 Comments


yeah this guy is pretty overrated on the whole but this isn't bad

Digging: Cyborg Octopus - Learning To Breathe

Ecnalzen
September 15th 2013
7052 Comments


New Cloudkicker, you say? I am interested in this.

OlivaceousJ
September 15th 2013
2 Comments


Pretty unexpected release! I hadn't see anything about it. I'm digging the style. A good mix of all Sharp's previous Cloudkicker works.

zaruyache
September 15th 2013
12488 Comments


The track separation is weird, but I take it as more of a Catch-33 kind of thing. It's all supposed to be one long piece of music so it doesn't matter where the transitions are. And it's Ben Sharp so the man can do what he wants.

BTBAMbear
September 15th 2013
103 Comments


I'm digging it. It's definitely more reminiscent of his older stuff, with the chugging and whatnot. In some ways it also expands on the more melodic approach like Let Yourself Be Huge. But the most impressive improvement on this album is the drum programming. It sounds so real, and that's hard to achieve with superior drummer. Trust.

brollin
September 15th 2013
39 Comments


I'm a big fan of his older stuff, but I think the drone aspect to his music is becoming too prevalent and on the whole, it doesn't engage you like Beacons or ]]][[[ did. I think the filler material has its place in his soundscapes, but when the hooks aren't as gripping it falls flat as a whole :/

Drummerboy123
September 15th 2013
2684 Comments


"Its pretty great, but I dont get why he separated the tracks like that. The second song seems like it could have been separated into a couple shorter ones." [2].

Digging: James Blake - The Colour In Anything

henryChinaski
September 15th 2013
3382 Comments


I bet this rules

Digging: RY X - Dawn

Calc
September 15th 2013
14583 Comments


that three minutes of nothing in the first song is really annoying.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
September 15th 2013
32190 Comments


"Its pretty great, but I dont get why he separated the tracks like that. The second song seems like it could have been separated into a couple shorter ones." [2].


Who cares? Like seriously, find something actually worth complaining about


MO
September 15th 2013
20542 Comments


lol seriously eh dev

Oswig328
September 15th 2013
29 Comments


Not sure what you all are on about, this shit rules.

RangerTaffles
September 15th 2013
287 Comments


yep this is great stuff

jmh886
September 15th 2013
1419 Comments


Yea it's on par with most of his releases. As a working musician, he is pretty inspiring. The amount of material and the quality is so impressive.

WOLOLOOO
September 15th 2013
3 Comments


Fuck, I hate these overly long tracks! DEM LAST.FM SCROBBLES

jmh886
September 15th 2013
1419 Comments


Though, it's hard for me to defend the 3 minutes of silence to begin the album. No one wants to listen to that. but i guess he can do what we wants since I paid a dollar.

tacos N stuff
September 15th 2013
935 Comments


i thought it was good
don't get the hate *shrugs*

Apollo
September 15th 2013
10662 Comments


Not bad

paradox1216
Emeritus
September 15th 2013
730 Comments


pretty damn good stuff

MO
September 15th 2013
20542 Comments


more than a 3 apollo come on now!

jmh886
September 15th 2013
1419 Comments


On a couple more listens, this is really effing good.

MO
September 15th 2013
20542 Comments


yuss

iambandersnatch
September 16th 2013
1577 Comments


"yeah this guy is pretty overrated on the whole but this isn't bad" [2]

Chesse
September 16th 2013
529 Comments


How did I not see this

Skoj
September 16th 2013
1579 Comments


THIS RECORD.

THIS FUCKING RECORD.

Digging: The Fall of Troy - OK

froghawk
September 16th 2013
167 Comments


really strange and arbitrary track divisions on this, indeed!

Torii
September 17th 2013
824 Comments


meh



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