I Am a Problem: Mind in Pieces

Wolf Eyes - I Am a Problem: Mind in Pieces
Critic Score
Based on 9 reviews
2015 Ratings: #211 / 770
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Based on 12 ratings
October 30, 2015 / Release Date
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Third Man / Label
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There’s still an utter disdain for normalcy propelling Wolf Eyes’ latest disc, I am a Problem; Mind in Pieces, its first for Jack White’s Third Man Records imprint.

This isn’t quite your weird uncle’s Wolf Eyes, capable of clearing a den and ending the party in 30 seconds flat — but it’s a Wolf Eyes that’s still capable of scaring off half the guests. The other half will find a lot to love here.
Drowned in Sound
Weird, wonderful and moderately imposing. Wolf Eyes remain a band to treasure.

Wolf Eyes are more than just another noise project, their world-view is intact, and I Am a Problem: Mind in Pieces is strong meat for those willing to take a healthy bite.


Give this album a fraction of the patience and attention that Wolf Eyes have put into it—effort on a par with their excellent previous effort, No Answer: Lower Floors—and you’ll be glad you stayed up late enough to see how it ends.

Consequence of Sound

I Am a Problem isn’t the anomaly it might at first seem, but it is also its own beast. And a powerful, eccentric beast it is, snarling and stalking the shadows.

Tiny Mix Tapes
There’s an easy dry, flat charm to the way these sounds come together.
The consequence of this ‘scaling back’ is that, while the album can be appreciated for its overall unity, it comes just a fraction short of being as creepy and distressing as past installments in the Wolf Eyes epic.
NOW Magazine

There's relative lack of confrontational left turns and endurance-testing meltdowns, which might divide long-time fans over whether this is Wolf Eyes' most boring album or their most "mature."

Drawing influences from industrial, noise, harsh-noise and this time around even psychedelic-drone, the infamous american band Wolf Eyes return with another major release with what is probably their most "rock"-oriented album yet. Even though their more noisy and abrasive aesthetics is not shown on this effort, the group still sounds pretty obscure and austhere on I Am a Problem: Mind in Pieces, with their usual weird, off-kilter production-style and dark themes, despite presenting ... read more
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#15/SPIN (Avant)

Track List

  1. Catch The Rich Train
  2. Twister Nightfall
  3. T.O.D.D.
  4. Aspestos Youth 
  5. Enemy Ladder
  6. Cynthia Vortex AKA Trip Memory Illness
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