I suppose every climbed mountain is done w/ one step at a time... Compared to their opus, Wildhoney (as of yet), this album represents a band that became one of the front runners of the doom metal genre. That being said, this is an album that greatly differs from Wildhoney w/ the incorporation of speed metal instrumental play alongside sections of conflicting slower tempos and (actual) death metal growling vocals. Both vocals and instrumentations sound as if they're trying to suppress their energy in this album. Going to sonic extremes can either make or break an album. Unfortunately, this album chose to not have their vocals nor instrumental work venture far enough to make a unique impression (yet). Also, why the hell is there a sample on track 8?
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