00:28 - Bad English I dsont care I am telly fan, to me football is inside not even in pub, at home , telly, susage and beer.
00:26 - Lethrokai @BE: Yeah, I've been subject to the new Turkish system, and as good as it may be in context, it's terrible in execution. You can't get passes on the day of the match, and they shipped my pass to the wrong stadium
00:23 - Sunny Pagliaccio Ugh, I forgot to type half of the sentence, forget it :D point is that's not the way to deal with the issue and honestly it's pointlessly gory like the movie Hostel, just gore no point.
00:22 - Bad English In Turley fans needs special card, ID card to enter in arena, in Top level and tier 2 riots donte xist , but tier 3 and below ... turkish hools now watch reserve team and youth team games
00:17 - Lethrokai @Sunny I certainly hope so. The AEL-Fenerbahce game was probably the closest we could get without some serious shit going down, and even then that game had its fair share of mishaps..
00:16 - Bad English I am profesional lier and thinke,r I chear millions of euros from state every month ... thats why I am online every day
That pretty much sums up Kylesa's Ultraviolet. In a world of generic and boring sludge bands that rely on the same rolling and rolling riffs that are overused again and again, Kylesa manages to do something totally off the beaten path. Be (somewhat) original.
This is good. Take your standard Savannah sludge release, and add a nice dose of acid. Boom, you've got Ultraviolet. The standard heavy-hitting, downtuned riffs that everyone loves are still as present as ever, the "air-drum on your van's steering wheel" drum fills and punk influenced beats are still in the mix. The "pleasantly" gruff female voice of Laura Pleasants* is still a charging force in the sound. So, by now you're probably wondering where the "(somewhat) original" comes in.