Fantastic album. It's been in heavy rotation this week in my house. Might be my favorite since the debut.
This album is everything I wanted from them.
It kinda sounds more like 'Dead by sunrise' (Chester's side project), except without the terribly lame lyrics and techno elements.
about as relevant as your somewhat biased and misinformed opinion??? WRONG!!! The last album was brilliant and a must have for true STP fans. Doesn't imitate Weiland??? Are you kidding? I thought it WAS Weiland. Whatever. You should go back and listen to the last album. High Rise sounds JUST LIKE STP's previous album. Fail!!!
Java City forever!
I always saw someone else screaming in Linkin.
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One of the dullest reviews I've ever read. It doesn't even try to make a point. Well, apart from saying that this is chaos and noise; which is neither wrong or right, is just a extremely tenuous argument. Everything he says could be easily said for thousands of metalcore albums. The review is extraordinarily simplistic and the reviewer fails in reviewing THIS album in particular. And of course naively assumes that noisy sounds (just usual low-tuned distorted guitars, actually) have no artistic dignity whatsoever.
I heard that 3 Sides had an impromptu reunion the other night that went so well that they're considering doing a full-fledged reunion.
You are so full of s**t it is coming out your ears!
Yeah, Envy and Deafheaven are barely comparable....
Does every band on 1332 Records have a song called "Twice the Evil"?
It's a great record...all the best to these guys!
Josh Gross's review of Malachi gives one the impression that his attention to this musical group's work is somehow incisive and important. The artists in question are reasonably talented and musically competent, but this reviewer is not content to break it down on this level. In fact, he seems to pan the band on the basis of personal taste!
Reviews of local art should not rub out the curiosity of the public audience. Local proto-critics working for little local weeklies and the editorial boards that inhabit them do little to serve The Cause of local art if they dissuade readers by critical overreach. Encouagement of public curiosity should be the watch words of these publications so that the people can go see and hear it for themselves.
Kim Ray, Boise
I wonder if the reviewer even realised NJ are a Christian band??
Boise's very own gay mormon jazz singer, go figure!
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this is such a disappointing review. This album scored 9.5 out of 10 on Pitchfork. It is so well written and put together. Did you actually listen to it?
Well I think its great. Listened to it a lot, love the passion and variety. Harpersman Rocks.
I have been playing guitar for a long time. I have fallen into a flat picking thing like Tony Rice, Mark Oconnor (picking in the wind) from my guitar lessons. What do you offer to help me Master these great flowing licks? Let me know would be appreciated.
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