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Scale the Summit
Mid 7 out of 10: While not as great as their previous two releases, Scale the Summit still comes out with an incredibly solid instrumental LP!
Low 8 out of 10: Well god damn, this LP is super tight.
Low 8 out of 10: This is a really pretty LP. Gets a little odd to me at times, but the talent behind it is undeniable.
The Shape of Colour
High 8 out of 10: I'm not even a person who's a fan of shred music, but holy fucking shit the composition in this record is incredible. I didn't know if I was going to ever think of Intervals the same after Semesky left (even though I do like their previous EPs), but this is just proof that Aaron is doing just fine being by himself.
Low 5 out of 10: Come on, Sunn O))). You know you're more than this. This is so lazy.
Swallow the Sun
Songs From The North I, II & III
Disc I- Mid 7 out of 10: The first disc is pretty much as standard as Swallow the Sun could get with their sound. The vocals and synth are always stellar, but everything else is pretty much just doing it?s job by the books. This is pretty much just a continuation from their previous LP. Pretty good, but nothing out of the ordinary by any means. Disc 2- High 4 out of 10: Swallow the Sun goes for a much softer approach on this disc, which I can appreciate. However, I can?t really say I?m liking it much at all. They just feel like those sweet moments the band typically puts in their music, and extends them to full length songs. Being the shor
Between the Buried and Me
Low 9 out of 10: This album was truly the start of something beautiful for Between the Buried and Me. In a matter of two years, history would be made. However, until then, they still made one of the best albums in the progressive genre.
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