16:47 - Sturmulus I would stay up late and wait for my father to get home when I was kid and me and him would watch rated R action films without my mother knowing lol... I turned out just fine.
16:45 - Zaphod Indeed, I firmly believe violence in movies has no negative effect on your kid as long as you're a decent parent. Then again, I don't intend to ever have children so I won't ever have to worry either :P
16:35 - Apothecary I remember I watched It when I was like 4 and the clown made me laugh
16:25 - flightoficarus86 I remember watching Predator when I was in grade school. It all comes down to the support in your life and know reality vs. fantasy.
16:15 - Zaphod My parent's let me watch The Shining and all sorts of crazy stuff that should have turned me into a psychopath at a very young age.
16:06 - Hex_Omega Yup. Strange times. People are afraid of naked human being but not of violence. You won't see some movies in TV before 10pm but you can watch all day long movies where one man kills another.
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.