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Peter Gabriel Melt
Maybe I've said this somewhere before in my great big sound-off sea, though the universe is inhabited by a titanic pool of folks. They come in all different shapes, sizes, and carry distinctive personalities with interesting point of views, for lack of better phrasing. There is one person who I find intriguing and the same can apply to a record he put out in 1980: English singer-songwriter Peter Gabriel, best known as the original lead frontman for Genesis (and later on his own solo career.) On his third full-length album, Peter Gabriel 3: Melt, he's assembled 10 tracks - many of which neither skimp out on i
Fear, and Loathing in Las Vegas New Sunrise
Kobe boys Fear, and Loathing in Las Vegas' fifth and most recent studio effort is yet another nice entry into the electronicore band's discography. The first album underneath Warner Music Japan, I was... skeptical about FALILV making the transition from VAP to Warner, and the pre-release tracks leading up to New Sunrise's eventual launch didn't help matters - "LLLD" in particular is a hard pill to swallow: song has a good concept, but bad execution. Lo and behold, the latest record isn't totally different from previous material, and I dare hold the belief that it stands as the group's most cohesive offering.
Butcher Babies Lilith
Hailing from the Big Orange, Butcher Babies are in all likelihood the most overhated entourage I can think of around these parts. Their material from what has been witnessed isn't quite bad so much as it is salvageable - albeit generic in character. One can imagine that many of the heavy metal band's tracks work better in a live setting, not to mention Carla Harvey and Heidi Shepherd are both decent singers/screamers in their own right (more so Carla). BB's third studio album Lilith is nothing out of the ordinary for them, larger emphasis on tunefulness aside. But other than the improved vocal performances,
Trivium The Sin and the Sentence
Gee willikers, it's hard to believe Boat Rudder Strange Mountain is 12 years old at this point in history. Since their formation, Floridian heavy metal band Trivium have gone through botches much as they found themselves transmogrifying similar to just about every musical troupe on Planet Earth. I'm pleased to confirm that the group's eighth studio outing The Sin and the Sentence is in the latter camp. Standing at 11 songs, the album encompasses pretty much a lot of the sounds and characteristics Trivium have provided in the past. It's aggressive, unafraid to get a little complex thanks to newfound drummer Alex Bent
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  • CalculatingInfinity LLLD was abysmal like holy s***. I'll probably give them a miss, I don't see them returning to their All That We Have Now glory days.
    November 10 07:22 PM
  • CalculatingInfinity And I bet the new Fear and Loathing sucks the singles have been terrible.
    November 10 07:10 PM
  • CalculatingInfinity Voodoo Mon Amour, Pandora is pretty much their best in every category for me
    November 10 07:10 PM
  • CalculatingInfinity Pandora's Pinata is the only one I really like, badass album. I didn't like Jigsaw Hustle that much due to the production. Also I haven't heard the new single, I'll wait for the album.
    November 10 07:07 PM
  • Aberf Insert 'Fort Minor - Where'd You Go?'
    August 17 09:59 PM

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