Kenn Nardi Dancing With the Past
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emester
November 5th 2014


8251 Comments


Same here. Best bargin I've had in a while

AnacrusisVOX
November 5th 2014


29 Comments


Actually Amazon and iTunes both totally messed up the price and cut it in
half as a "single" album. Not your fault, I know, I know...enjoy

emester
November 5th 2014


8251 Comments


Really? sorry man. :[

Regardless I think I love this just as much as Screams and Whispers at some points

someguest
November 5th 2014


29892 Comments


It's always cool when musicians stop by to comment in reviews of their material.

m/

Wizard
November 5th 2014


20209 Comments


The amount of backstory you throw into the review is incredible. I love when you write about bands you're passionate about Willie!

I need to hear this. Anacrusis are one of the greatest and underappreciated thrash bands of all time.

Yazz_Flute
November 5th 2014


18939 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Yeah, I was curious as to why it wasn't listed as a double album, I'm sorry about that Kenn =/



This is good enough that I'll almost certainly purchase the physical copy in January anyway. Really appreciate all the work that you put into this! This will certainly go down as one of my top metal albums of the year.

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
November 5th 2014


8229 Comments


@Kenn

You could put the album for sale at Bandcamp, things seem to run much smoother on that platform.

On another note, thank you for Anacrusis and Screams and Whispers, I got the Metal Blade reissue back in the day and I was totally blown away upon first contact. Timeless album.

AnacrusisVOX
November 5th 2014


29 Comments


Thanks for all the positive comments about Anacrusis and this new album. m/

Ovrot
November 6th 2014


13304 Comments


will check this out
Anacrusis rules

Willie
Moderator
November 6th 2014


17623 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

--Regardless I think I love this just as much as Screams and Whispers at some points--



I think I would play this before Screams. At least as a whole album. Both albums have good stuff, but overall I'd stick with this.





--The amount of backstory you throw into the review is incredible. I love when you write about bands you're passionate about Willie!



I need to hear this. Anacrusis are one of the greatest and underappreciated thrash bands of all time.--




Well, there is definitely a lot of backstory that goes into this release. I was back-and-forth about whether to include it because of how long the review was. Definitely check this out.

Pestiferous
November 6th 2014


1375 Comments


well worth taking the time to read

this has truly turned out to be the album i was hoping for. i dont generally go for crazy long releases, but given the circumstances, this seems so fitting. a journey and a half to say the least

tl;dr FUCKING BEAUTIFUL

Willie
Moderator
November 7th 2014


17623 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Yep, more people need to check this out.

Yazz_Flute
November 7th 2014


18939 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

A Little Light is so blasted catchy

Willie
Moderator
November 7th 2014


17623 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

That song was actually on his Cruel April project first. This version is slightly altered.

Geadom
November 7th 2014


3758 Comments


my body is ready, Anacrusis fucking ruled, specially Maniac and S&W.

HOLY SHIT KENN is posting here!

feargm
November 7th 2014


361 Comments


This is extremely good.

Dunpeal
November 8th 2014


4181 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

i would def get this from bandcamp cuz flac

AnacrusisVOX
November 8th 2014


29 Comments


m/

Geadom
November 8th 2014


3758 Comments


first listen and yes, this rules

RULES

nice to see THIS KILLER IN MY HOUSE and MADE are included. I still have those mp3's on my player

sonictheplumber
November 9th 2014


10370 Comments


need to check



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