Cancer Bats Searching for Zero
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BigPleb
March 10th 2015


57507 Comments


That really isn't a good thing.

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DrGonzo1937
Staff Reviewer
March 10th 2015


15209 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Haha I thought the same thing JW. Glad you said it.



I think you'll enjoy it pleb.

BigPleb
March 10th 2015


57507 Comments


It's got some filthy ass riffage, damn.

DrGonzo1937
Staff Reviewer
March 10th 2015


15209 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Fuckin hard riffin, man.

JWT155
March 10th 2015


14337 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Gave this a spin and enjoyed it. Fun record.

DrGonzo1937
Staff Reviewer
March 10th 2015


15209 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

You a fan of their other stuff JW?

JWT155
March 10th 2015


14337 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Yea, really liked Hail Destroyer, Mayors was all right, spun their cover of Sabotage a lot at my college radio station. They're certainly not reinventing the wheel but I like their music, fun energetic, cool riffs.

CaptainAaarrrggghhh
March 11th 2015


425 Comments


Got a soft spot for these party beasts, need to check ASAP.
You make it sound much more interesting than a usual Cancer Bats LP

DrGonzo1937
Staff Reviewer
March 11th 2015


15209 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I'd probably say this is their most interesting release to date. If you look at their previous works in retrospect.

CaptainAaarrrggghhh
March 11th 2015


425 Comments


It's just being intricate at any level never was their thing, save maybe for the initial basic idea of mixing hardcore and southern-tinged riffage (which isn't exactly ground-breaking either), they were mostly just various degrees of "fun". Case in point - "Hail Destroyer", a record as intricate and subtle as a falling brick but devilishly energetic and immensely fun to listen to.

I'm just a bit uneasy with the possibilities of a more unconventional incarnation of their sound. I'm all for innovation and seeking new ground to break, and I found "Bears, Mayors, Scraps and Bones" to be rather dull because of zero new ideas. But I heard "Satellites" when it was first streamed and wasn't particullary moved by the production. Robinsons mixes usually sit well to me but this didn't really. Maybe that will change with time, besides, judging by your review, this track is not really indicative of what's in store.

JackV
March 11th 2015


13 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Listening to it now. Not sure what I make of it yet and I like halfway through. Sounds like a "grower", which is a good thing if you think of what most people's criticism of them is.

PrefrontalCortex
March 11th 2015


128 Comments


Well written review, pos'd

Tunaboy45
March 11th 2015


16708 Comments


I enjoyed Birthing The Giant, so maybe I should check thus Gonzo
(I trust your judgement thanks to your fucking awesome Manson discog)

Tunaboy45
March 11th 2015


16708 Comments


Hep throwing another bitch fit because a band isn't tr00 punk

Tunaboy45
March 11th 2015


16708 Comments


are you ever not high Hep?

deathschool
March 11th 2015


23530 Comments


Laying down the law with that 1. I don't doubt this sucks though.

Mort.
Contributing Reviewer
March 11th 2015


14175 Comments


production on this sounds like ass

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Gyromania
March 11th 2015


26605 Comments


hep you are honestly such a bore.

anyways, just read the review and it's great. i should check this out. back when i saw 'em, i think the only album they had out was birthing the giant (christ i feel old right now), and it was pretty decent.

someguest
March 11th 2015


29892 Comments


This band stinks. Average shitpunk.

someguest
March 11th 2015


29892 Comments


hep bucking the trend, fucking the man



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