01:40 - Karlabos I'd toally listen to it if there was beatboxing. Actually I always thought that drummer on Van canto was out of place
00:54 - Redn1ght Haha, beatboxing does not fit Metal. Plz.
00:50 - Netzach If Van Canto sacked their drummer for a beatboxer we'd have an all vocals one [link] (albeit not very good)
00:39 - Redn1ght Why not all drums band? Now that would be something. :^)
00:37 - flightoficarus lol for all the attempt to be this "whoa dewd...all bass band," this does not sound particularly innovative in any way. Not bad, but nothing we aren't already getting from Meshuggah, etc
01. Sweeter Than You 02. No! (Pt. 1 & Pt. 2) 03. Let's Have An Apocalypse Now! 04. Black Light Generator 05. Parasites 06. Northern Comfort 07. Wake Me Up When It's Time To Sleep 08. Caring Breeds The Horror 09. You'll Be Murdered 10. We Remember You 11. A Bright Tomorrow
Quote: It is a lullaby of hope, and features new guy Daniel on vocals along with previous conspirator Belinda Kordic .... There's plenty of rock action on the album, so for now, as a gift from us to you for your support, you can take a moment to get lost in a more intimate track....
Not sure what I think about this. I keep playing it, not because I am in love with it but because I am not sure wth I am listening to. Is it post rock? Prog? Black? Atmospheric? Am I supposed to like it? Time and more plays will tell I guess...
It's Prog Rock with Post elements, and a little bit of atmospheric thrown in. Though this, as like Mankind, is on the proggier end. It doesn't hold the grandeur of Vigilante, nor Sadness EP, which is a shame, because grandeur is what they do best.