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The tracks I heard of them I really dug. Hmmm...I don't know.
Once again I read a patrick kindlon review and have no f*cking clue what the album is like. from now on, for the cds kindlon would normally review, just put up the cd art with an mp3. it would be much easier.
after listening to the mp3, much more could have been said about the music and the band. it is more deserving of a better score too.
A blind man knows what this would sound like better than me after reading that review. This kid sucks. Fire him already.
"Basically, it's solid and well-played but lacks the sort of emotional, spiritual or visceral connection needed to pump my nads." i.e. It's good but not gay enough....priceless.
not TOO bad... sounds like a weird mix of pelican and dysrythmia... wish the guitars sounded heavier or fuller or just more present. ida given it a 6 based of the one song... maybe a weak 7
i fell asleep when i listened to the song. this band sucks. 1/10 (i give it a 1 simply because they went through the trouble to write, record and distribute this sleeping pill of a CD)
when a review starts by basically saying that their review is based off of not understanding the music, i tend not to read it.
For those not familiar (including the reviewer, obviously) with the works of Don Caballero, this band sounds like a metallized version of it. Unfortunately, Don Caballero pushed the things as far as they go in their genre so this comes of as solid but not too inspiring. Dysrhythmia reference is also correct although I never dug them too well either (too boring).
patrick kindlonk couldn't describe the color of the penis smacking him gently on the forehead. "it's heavy... well rounded... all in all a decent c-ck but missing that something"
shit review. this record deserves at least a seven.
My god, Kid. Return this album immediately, pick up the new Bled Album and review that. Wait 5 years and buy this album when you may have learned a little something about what makes music good. The album`s solid....and representative of the scene`s evolution. Period.
This guy should not be reviewing music... especially music he doesn't understand. Relying on Patrick Kindlon to provide any intelligence or meaningful insight into any album is a gross miscalculation on the part of Lambgoat.
okay, so sorry to hop on the band wagon here, but i have no clue what this is supposed to sound like and i have no interest in clicking the link to the mp3...im lazy...what im guessing is it sounds like pelican? cause thats about the only conclusion i can come to.
maybe ash levitt would've been a better choice to review this cd. i think he listens to more doom metal. shit that's on southern lord.
"okay, so sorry to hop on the band wagon here, but i have no clue what this is supposed to sound like and i have no interest in clicking the link to the mp3...im lazy...what im guessing is it sounds like pelican? cause thats about the only conclusion i can come to. posted by () on 8/31/2005 12:10:14 PM" this is laughable..... your too lazy to click on one link, but muster up the energy to form a paragraph about how you are to lazy to click on it?
I thought this was good. Don Cab but heavier is good description. You don't need vocals you need a calculator. Good math rock/metal
this guy gave the symphony in peril cd a 5. that cd is played out garbage. Collapsar definitly has plenty of originality and some awesome riffs. i enjoyed this cd a lot and would have givin it an 8 or even a 9. this dude sucks.
i don't get the pelican reference apart from the fact that both bands are instrumental. this band sounds more like a horribly half-assed version of keelhaul, if anything.