16:43 - Apothecary That was always my one issue with them too, flight, as good as everything else is. I think they're putting out a new album this year though, so I'm curious to see if that gets changed in any way
16:39 - flightoficarus Really digging Vattnet Viskar, except for the vocals. Too much distortion, not enough presence.
16:39 - Apothecary Damn, nobody had added Mr. Bungle until today? Glad that atrocity got cleared up
16:23 - Hex_Omega Journey to the deepest corners of your mind [link]
15:56 - Timmeh Played through RE4 for the first time a month ago and was absolutely astonished, one of the best gaming experiences of my life.
15:32 - J. N. Red: By the end of the game, you can shoot him with no consequences.
Surprised the usual names haven't been here myself, but that doesn't mean it's not a great album. Probably my favorite Bongripper album to be honest, narrowly edging out Hippie Killer - although I'm not sure if that's just because this is fresher in my memory.
I honestly don't remember much from Hippie Killer, apart from the hilarious song titles. But that one and Miserable are the only two I know. Now that I have time I should go through the rest of the discography. But every time I want to, I end up playing this one instead.
Written by mz on 09.08.2014 at 02:43 busy masturbating
But seriously, personally, instrumental metal isn't my cup of tea most of the time. I did try one song and it didn't do much.
Too lazy to use your left hand to type?
Meh, lame joke. Anyway. Honestly, this doesn't need vocals. I could take almost all of my stoner/sludge/doom without them because usually it's what I like the least in those genres. It's pretty much the opposite for the rest of what I listen to though.
No way this is even in the same field as hippie killer. As a verified Bongripper Fanboy, I'd put this on par with Satan Worshipping Doom.the drum the in this one is a little too harsh, specifically in the cymbals. Now that I'm reading this I totally forgot that my preorder hasn't come in yet.
Pretty much on the same level as most of their releases. Despite the praise it gets from Tanner and Troy, I've never been able to fully enjoy this band (although they have a small handful of releases which I enjoy)