Review Summary: Beheading Of A King got groove, son.
Okay, imagine a huge scorpion - I'm talking something that would scare crowds of up 30 people into panic. That powerful of a radioactive mutant scorpion from the future. That's what I think of when I listen to Beheading Of A King, their sound is really immense, and Mat is dead ***ing serious when eluding to suicide, so you know the scorpion just don't give a funk. Word.
BOAK, as I like to say as a word, not initials, is almost mechanically tight, by the way. So maybe it's like the radioactive scorpion is actually a bionic radioactive scorpion that doesn't care if it survives. That's the wrathful technical explosion that is BOAK. A mathematical formula of arrhythmic chaos interlaced with delightful harmonies. Quasar is the tale of the scorpion triumphing over its foes, with venomous words of vindictive force and remorseless honesty, until it's very own death.
The scorpion was so badass that it still lived on, a half dead bionic mess.