Ecnalzen
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  • Mongi123 Haha ladder theory an the only one I know are the best on there.
    October 21 10:10 PM
  • Mongi123 Cool man I'll prob try beggers next. Btw be on the look out for te beechers review. It'll be coming soon.
    October 21 09:47 PM
  • Mongi123 Yea it seems like people would look at them differently. Just asking cause in case I'd ever do a review of them in the distant future just wanted to see how you'd categorize them. I actually got a bit of a Radiohead and dredg vibe from M/M at times.
    October 21 09:26 PM
  • Mongi123 I'm actually starting to like M/M a lot more now. How would you categorize this band? Post hardcore? Experimental rock or art rock? Either way, M/M has a way of being a pretty standard rock album for me but at the same time it's still really engaging because everyone in the band doesn't just play mundane instrumentation :D
    October 21 08:34 PM
  • Mongi123 Major/Minor was pretty awesome. Had it's fair share of gems but nothing as mind blowing as Vhessiu.
    October 19 11:23 PM

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