14:38 - Bad English all what I wear has made in EU(seperat state) and made in US and I wear it 10 years , like US army combat boots 12 years now and they will last 12 more
14:31 - Bad English I bought a Doc Martens Made in China, 2 years dead, 60 quid, 120 ponds - made in UK ... sold to my fathers friend 160 poinds, after 10 years he still wears it (btw good buisness plan lol)
14:19 - Bad English and moving Europiean , US factories to China, India, S America, thats why we have no jobs here, all must be bring back, adidas football equopment are made by child slavery ...
13:42 - Korah Hey hey please check my 2015 list and thumb u*p if you like ;) [link]
13:36 - Bad English Yes true but they refused help euro when it has not its best days and China controls asian market and are best there
13:31 - Marcel Hubregtse China is a huge economy which also has repercussions for Europe. A lot more than Japan, Taiwan, South Korea do.
I'm no doom connoisseur, but this seems rather atypical for the genre. I only say that because I usually find most doom uneventful. Then again I don't have adequate knowledge of the genre to back that up. While calling it groovy might be pushing it, it certainly has head-bob worthy riffs and drum beats, laced with tasty melody for a cherry on top.
After two back-to-back listens, I can firmly state that this is anything unlike III. This is more doomy in its own right and has a totally different vibe to it than the last one which was very highly spacey and almost blackish. Though I hear that brilliant motif from the last record 17.50 mins into this. In the end I won't rate it as highly as the last one. But it still is one of the great doom albums of this year. And distinctively Monolithe-y in its own right. So, darn good I say.
One thing to love in this album are the amazing choruses. Reminds of that scene from the 2001: A Space Odyssey movie where the chaotic chorus starts to pick up when anything goes near that black monolith.