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|4.0 excellent||Robert Davis CONTRIBUTOR | March 28th 20|
Sublime stuff, and yet it's also very laidback, fluent, and manages to make a gargantuan 80-minute runtime seem to fly by for all the intrinsic musicianship and progression happening here. Many songs aspire to truly great crescendos, often uplifting and warming but never in a way which overeggs the proverbial pudding, instead, the band rely on their individual talents and that well-honed songwriting to produce some damn fine post/sludge metal. One of the more unique releases of its kind this year.
|3.5 great||Dewinged CONTRIBUTOR | March 19th 20|
Really interesting album. Great production and undeniable musicianship. Long instrumental passages probably keep this from being something more substantial.
|4.0 excellent||spanndrew58 | March 15th 20|
This is a super fun take on post metal. The slight hints of Americana / county, especially in some of the clean vocal passages, adds a lot. Came for the the dope bass tone, stayed for the everything else.
|4.5 superb||Macck | May 9th 20|
|3.0 good||Snake. | April 12th 20|
|4.0 excellent||em17ah | April 3rd 20|
|3.5 great||Dean M. CONTRIBUTOR | March 20th 20|
|3.0 good||Trey STAFF | March 14th 20|
|4.0 excellent||zzf1918 | March 13th 20|
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