You would think the mascot of Namco would finally breathe easy after having joined the roster in Super Smash Bros. Wii U/3DS, but nope! Two things have recently surfaced just to make this power pellet-devouring pal lose his propulsion: the 2015 film Pixels, and a Dutch deathcore trio who go by a dumb moniker. Between the former and the latter, we're better off discussing about Pac-Man Ate My Donut; wonderful, now Homer's also been provoked. Anyway, this is of course concerning PMAMD's debut full-length album Disparity - and by the supreme ruler's hand, is it boring. Featuring 12 songs, the trio's first record isn't inherently terrible from an instrumentation slant nor is it overtly painful, vocally speaking, but Disparity's lack of emotion combined with some of the most underwhelming arrangement work doesn't spell amusement at all. This offering's primarily simplistic, unappealing structure seriously undermines the promise factor by a whole lot. I'm usually one to believe that blandness in music can be overlooked as long as shit comes together nicely, and yet that just isn't the case here. Angel recommends: "Spores," "Convergence," "Haematochezia," and "Divergence". Waka waka waka waka waka... b-baka.