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  • OmairSh Even you will be out of breath by the end of it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_57e0mUcAE
    August 4 08:37 AM
  • ChoccyPhilly less focus on a climax. I think Dead Flag Blues is a perfect song, but the others pass me by too easily. Again, they drag but i do prefer the style in this. The movements also don't feel like movements either, they just feel like songs played after one another. I know this is done in classical music, but that has more of an overall theme, which i don't hear in either album. I've tried getting into them ever since joining the site, but it's not too be. Moya is also perfect though
    August 3 02:01 PM
  • ChoccyPhilly First of all, nice dig. The 3.5 review really exemplified my thoughts pretty well for LYSF. So starting with that, I love segments such as the first 6 minutes of storm and the Broken Windows part during Sleep, but something like Static take too damn long to reach its climax. The climax isn't even that rewarding the end and the lack of melodies really stop me from liking it. Simply put, it drags a lifetime. As for F sharp, i'm into that a bit more because it's more melodic and there is
    August 3 01:59 PM
  • ChoccyPhilly Not sure if you got round to listen to Death Grips, but I reckon it's an interesting experience you would like. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XaXufwo74vg It's pretty visceral and aggressive, but we're used to that from metal anyway.
    July 30 07:38 PM
  • OmairSh I haven't heard of Plini actually. Thanks for the rec. I like the background picture on his bandcamp
    July 24 12:45 AM

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