Track rules, excited for the record to drop
Good start for the new album.
yes track is good, excited to see these guys back, hoping for a heavier sound than their last effort
first track translates to "Abandonment" per google translate
track 7 is "Morning Gift/Stormbird"
track 12 is "Calvary" (which makes sense since it's basically 'Golgatha')
Wish these guys would write shorter albums. The material is not nearly captivating enough to keep me interested for over an hour. With that being said, The Living Infinite is great and I really appreciate splitting it into 'two albums'
song is decent, the band is so good at writing melodies but everything sounds too polished for the heavy parts to actually hit hard
Ready to throw on my best Swedish chef impression when recommending this album to people.
Digging: Atlantis Chronicles - Nera
pretty good. they started to lose me again with the last EP & LP which sounded a bit too much like Night Flight Orchestra for my tastes. hope this one is better
Digging: Blut Aus Nord - Disharmonium - Undreamable Abysses
I typically listen to these guys for the guitar work alone, and that shit is rock solid as usual
Digging: Ibibio Sound Machine - Electricity
Must surf this band's discography some day.
Digging: Morgue Supplier - Inevitability
^Stabbing the Drama is a catchy as hell album. Good for exercise/running/workout.
I agree with Project.
It’s good but nothing too bombastic or unique enough.
Why do bands keep using this style of art for singles / albums? It’s ugly, instantly forgettable, and makes me not want to hear it.
To clarify, I mean the single artwork. The album looks alright
Digging: Phideaux - Doomsday Afternoon
>song is decent, the band is so good at writing melodies but everything sounds too polished for the heavy parts to actually hit hard
Basically my thoughts on the last..3? albums of theirs. I wish I were as bonkers for them now as I was in college but oh well tastes change. I love some of their choruses but that's about it.
hey, the fact that we got the living infinite is a goddamn miracle
Digging: Tomberlin - i don?t know who needs to hear this...
Hell yes, more Soilwork
Digging: Ethel Cain - Preacher's Daughter
Pretty great song
idk even Blood Stain Child's "2045" sounds way better than this regarding quality MDM.
Nothing is popping out here. Too many folk metal elements here.
I fucking love this song, its the best version of their new sound imo
The Living Infinite was near perfect, but their blend of NFO/Soilwork is too obvious at this point. Honestly, one is the biggest changes was losing Dirk Verbuen on drums. New dude is good but too stale and rigid. Dirk was the engine that drove this band imo.
And what a great song btw