Vaadat Charigim   Sinking as a Stone
3.8
excellent
Release Date: 05/2015
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4.0 excellentDadEsquire | April 25th 16

2015 was filled with albums I was highly anticipating, and the sophomore effort from Israeli
shoegazers was among the top of that list. Very little details were known about the album to begin
with, but they slowly started releasing new tracks, beginning with "Badeshe Mul Gilman" (which
ultimately did not appear on the album) and "Ein Li Makom." The singles that appeared on the album
didn't present much change in sound from their first album, which wasn't a bad thing in the
slightest. The tracks were still hazy, grating, and incredibly punchy; "Hadavhar" is almost dance-
able, in a weird way. The guitars are still chunky and meaty sounding, the drums still have that
booming sound, and Yuval Haring's vocals are still as powerful as ever. The moodier tracks are
still there too, with "Klum" and "At Chavera," but with mixed results compared to The World Is
Well Lost. That being said, it's still a very good sophomore record, and I look forward to seeing
what they continue to do.

FAVORITE TRACKS: Neshel, Hadavhar, Ein Li Makom, At Chavera

LEAST FAVORITE TRACKS: None

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4.0 excellentJerrad | September 28th 20
3.5 greatkevbogz | August 4th 17

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