Andrew W. Gold

Reviews 91
Soundoffs 76
News Articles 42
Band Edits + Tags 970
Album Edits 1,702

Album Ratings 1919
Objectivity 86%

Last Active 05-17-15 5:05 pm
Joined 02-19-10

Forum Posts 387
Review Comments 22,446

musical taste

Currently Digging:
Faith No More

favorite bands

Recent Tracks:

Faith No More Superhero
Christopher Young Sinister Remix (The Rite Of Left)
Christopher Young Sin Sister Sweet (Suite From The Sinister Film Score)
Christopher Young Sinister
Christopher Young The Eater Of Children
Christopher Young Pollock Type Pain
Christopher Young Millimeter Music
Christopher Young Don't Worry Daddy, I'll Make You Famous Again
Christopher Young Rot Not, Want Not
Christopher Young My Sick Piano
Most Played:

1) Between the Buried and Me 2507 plays
2) Weezer 2012 plays
3) The Dillinger Escape Plan 2012 plays
4) Incubus 1937 plays
5) Periphery 1915 plays
6) The Beatles 1896 plays
7) Muse 1856 plays
8) Converge 1595 plays
9) The Ocean 1553 plays
10) Nine Inch Nails 1394 plays
shoutbox » all posts 
  • cryptside Yeah, Insidious is sweet man haha. Such a good flick, and they do very cool stylized jump scares (didn't even think it was possible lol).
    May 22 05:40 PM
  • LilLioness Was going to review it, but I gotta pass. Time is better spent keeping my writing going.
    May 20 11:47 AM
  • Rowan5215 Honestly if they could find a balance between longer, more experimental stuff like in the Company of Wolves (great jam), short catchy jams like Absolution Calling and songs like the t/t they could have a lot more decent work left in em
    May 18 07:03 AM
  • Rowan5215 yeah lad, I've actually really started loving Absolution Calling and t/t from when I first heard em, Dance Like You're Dumb is also good fun, Make Out Party is one of the worst things ever made by anybody
    May 18 06:33 AM
  • Arcade were you going to be reviewing Sol Invictus?
    May 16 05:35 AM

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