The album feels impossible to describe. Its mix of several different genres creates a dynamic environment for the listener.
This album wasn’t perfect, but in context of their entire discography it turned out to be a really, really important record.
Poignant is the word that comes to mind: a focus on beauty with mostly straight ahead, slower grooves.
This record is detailed and meticulously crafted to provide the listener with an experience that is wholly fulfilling and devoid of any head-scratching moments.
In this movie, music is the tool of the filmmaker—framing the plot, revealing the characters, and acting as an artistic catalyst for efficient audio/visual storytelling.
We need albums like this, which give us the opportunity to express those grave fears, self-doubts, and even self-hatred.
This album is unique, inviting, and a deep dive into what it feels like to be human.
Give this EP a listen with a pair of good headphones. The organized chaos is all the more disorienting when you can hear the full stereo image.
The band has cultivated their sound further in the years since this EP’s release. In retrospect, this has proven a solid jumping off point for the group.
For Fans of: Guns and Roses, AC/DC, Evanescence, Bon Jovi, Metallica
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