Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back

Uniform & The Body - Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back
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Based on 3 reviews
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Based on 37 ratings
2019 Ratings: #462
August 16, 2019 / Release Date
LP / Format
Sacred Bones / Label
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The Body, Uniform / Primary Artists
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i absolutely loved this one! a very melodic, compelling and captivating industrial piece that manages to incorporated many distinct elements and genres, from metal to hip hop, and playfully twist and bend them together, shaping an acessible yet creative and inspired record that never runs out of ideas and originality. although some of the tracks would really be better off with no vocals, everything that dies someday comes back is a dense and solid body of work with an undeniable depth and ... read more
There's a fine line between creating geninely compelling industrial metal, and just making noise for the sake of it. Thankfully Uniform and The Body manage to overstep this boundary by showcasing a robust and layered approach to the genre that hardly grows stale for the album's 40 minute runtime. My favourite track, Patron Saint of Regret, even incorporates some elements of instrumental hip-hop to create an unexpectedly catchy and fun track. The opener is a perfect tone-setter for the album as ... read more
While Uniform & The Body do a good job on this album giving us a variety of underlying musical approaches, we are again graced with a performance that The Body fans should be well accustomed to and does not feel as though this particular one brings anything new to the table. While nothing offensive, I found the album does seem to invite me back for many repeated listens. My favorite track is the opening "Gallows in Heaven" which progresses from an electronic hum in your ears to a ... read more
uniform + the body is my favorite of the body collabs. songs are tight, near-melodic, and you get the body doing their "hEEeeooOOOOOOoeo OOEOOEeeoeoOOEEOOOO!" thing over scorched industrial approximations of kate bush ("penance"), NIN, ("all this bleeding") and dj screw ("day of atonement"). very lit.
Sounds like a soundtrack to a movie or video game maybe. Chip King's vocal performance is not the best, but the lighter tone in the production is nice to hear.
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Track List

  1. Gallows in Heaven
  2. Not Good Enough
  3. Vacancy
  4. Patron Saint of Regret (feat. SRSQ)
  5. Penance
  6. All This Bleeding
  7. Day of Atonement
  8. Waiting for the End of the World
  9. Contempt
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Added on: August 11, 2019