Parabelle Album Stream

2012-09-01 by Imperial | 16 Comments
Stream parabelle's new release "Your Starry Eyes Will Never Make Us Even".

http://parabelle.bandcamp.com/album/your-starry-eyes-will-never-make-us-even

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ABjordanMM
September 1st 2012
1701 Comments


Sweet! Didn't know about this till now.

bloc
September 1st 2012
44261 Comments


Downloaded this a while back. Haven't listened yet, but it'll be my first listen of the band.

Digging: Beastmilk - Climax

greg84
Emeritus
September 1st 2012
7587 Comments


Slightly better than their last, much worse than their first.

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skoopy48
September 1st 2012
1878 Comments


hey! i like this guy, im definitly gonna listen to this

Alondite
September 1st 2012
295 Comments


Been waiting for this. Gonna give it a listen now

Coxblock
September 1st 2012
2 Comments


Incredible album. Kickstarter really made this one feel like it's ours as well.

Alondite
September 2nd 2012
295 Comments


Hmm... seems like Reassembling The Icons 1.1. It's competent enough, and there are some good songs here but my early impression is that it's just not memorable.

Imperial
September 2nd 2012
1770 Comments


Really the only song that hits home for me is Let it out. Everything else is pretty bland...boo! I was really hoping i'd have a new favourite band here. Perhaps a couple more listens will change my mind.

benkim
September 2nd 2012
3160 Comments


I have never really gotten into this band as much as I did with the old Evans Blue. Those guys ruined a good thing when they kicked out Kevin and turned Evans Blue into another bland and generic band. So sad.

GiantSpeck
September 2nd 2012
289 Comments


I have never really gotten into this band as much as I did with the old Evans Blue. Those guys ruined a good thing when they kicked out Kevin and turned Evans Blue into another bland and generic band. So sad.


This. A thousand times this.

Alondite
September 2nd 2012
295 Comments


I'd say "Summit/Drop" was better than anything Kevin did with Evans Blue.

benkim
September 2nd 2012
3160 Comments


No way Alondite. The melodies in the Evans Blue songs were at times godly. Summit was okay but nowhere near as good as his work in Evans Blue.

greg84
Emeritus
September 2nd 2012
7587 Comments


I agree with Alondite, even though the second Evans Blue LP is really good.

ABjordanMM
September 2nd 2012
1701 Comments


For sure better than icons. I feel it's gonna be a grower.

Alondite
September 2nd 2012
295 Comments


benkim:

The melodies were good but there wasn't a whole lot of real substance. Summit/Drop has a lot more staying power.

Dreakon
September 3rd 2012
437 Comments


Good stuff, didn't know they had a new album coming out.

Not many weak tracks on this one so far, while the other albums were really hit and miss for me. Really solid... while not super memorable I suppose. I know I'll be able to take a few songs from this though and put them in the collection.



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