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|0.0 ||Enrique | July 21st 10|
Yeah it's noise.... but I've has heard better noise.
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|2.0 poor||Michael Philp | July 21st 10|
Grating, meandering noise, "Sounds of an Islander's City, Touch of a Medieval Faerie" gets swallowed up by its own bloated concept. The tracks meld together into 9 minutes of mindless shrieking and static, occasionally twisting and turning into something worth listening to but never for long enough.
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|0.0 ||Streams | July 8th 12|
Well, it's better than Above The Graves and Joey Brown in general, so I think this deserves better.
|2.0 poor||Young Buck | August 1st 10|
Not the worst noise music ive ever heard, but it's definatly no Merzbow
|0.0 ||Plutonio | August 1st 10|
Lol, I love how everyone aniti-noise on this site listened to it. Just saying, it's kind of ironic, really.
|0.0 ||Deviant STAFF | August 1st 10|
Having to type 50 characters to describe just how torturous this music is is almost just as bad as hearing the music itself
|1.0 awful||Andy | July 24th 10|
Bitchfork made noise for 9 minutes...and that's pretty much what it sounds like, no (oh so pretentious) concept will change that.
|0.0 ||For Meatplow | July 20th 10|
Sounds of an Islander's City, Touch of a Medieval Faerie is a five-track, nine-and-a-half-minute joyride through worlds of sonic destruction - plane atop plane and plane and plane of noise. And then, yeah, there's like... more noise. All this noise may seem offputting at first, but it's just a way for Unfathoms, aka Austin Tracey, to show the downside of technology. Frenzied works made via modern technology to show modern technology's destruction. Hip, eh?
|1.5 very poor||sean q | July 23rd 10|
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