Much like Akuma no Uta, Feedbacker provides a great summary of the band's versatility. However, It's noticeably constructed more around the mixture of noise and atonal textures than with rocking out. Boris meticulously shifts from pure drone, to an extremely heavy and slow stoner metal impression of surf rock, to the soul-crushingly loud climax, and finally to the album's decay into pure feedback. Truly a unique and unpredictable musical journey.
Some people think Feedbacker is Boris's best album. Not to call them wrong-but Feedbacker is a damn fine album but not perfect unlike Dronevil, their opus. As far as their drone albums go, this one is the most diverse and eclectic, relinquishing a bit of their Stoner sound into an aggressive, crunchy attack typical of Boris's sound.