Elizabeth Colour Wheel - Nocebo
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Based on 29 ratings
2019 Ratings: #333
March 15, 2019 / Release Date
LP / Format
The Flenser / Label
Noise Rock / Genres
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Lexibug
89
I’m not sure how, but this album reminds me of so many paintings by Norman Lewis
dustincoda
98
Even as the term “anxiety” becomes overused, misunderstood, and exhausted, Nocebo does a perfect job of describing what it really feels like to be paralyzed by the future.
RatthewMeed
NR
One of the most interesting bands in heavy music. This album is definitely a standout. Bouncing between punk/black metal/noise/sludge/pop even. Nocebo delivers and anyone who's seen footage of the live or have been lucky enough to see them know that they're a treat. I'm excited to see the direction of this band in the future.
Murmaider96
84
An imperfect rollercoaster of horrid emotions

That's how great this thing is. Even though it closes in a repetitive manner of rehashing the same effective wall of sound as the first tracks, it can make your heart warm, enclose it in a cage, rim it against a furious heartbeat and make you jerk a tear. Fantastic release.
Blackclover
51
It's pretty much just buttrock with more distortion. Although I'll admit I was weirded out by how much the vocalist sounded like Joanna Newsom.
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Track List

  1. Pink Palm
  2. Somnambulist
  3. 23
  4. Life of a Flower
  5. Hide Behind (Emmett's Song)
  6. Bedrest
  7. 34th
  8. Head Home
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