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Sep 18, 2019
85
Back in 2015 was when I first heard this, and it still stands out as one of my earliest forays into the world of shoegaze-y black metal-like music with harsher vocals. While I already had a taste for some death metal and a bit of nu-metal (I know, I had a lot to learn) black metal was something I found more difficult to get into.

Not only was the mix usually muddled compared to the ultra-clean and technical death metal acts I was originally introduced to, but the song lengths were seriously ... read more
Sep 13, 2019
65
I have a lot of thoughts about this release. First and foremost: it didn't live up to my expectations.

I think this album substitutes disorganization for experimentation, and to me that is its biggest fault. There are a lot of ways of bringing an experimental approach to an album, but having a muddy production and so many beat switches and twists and turns in the songs it's tough to appreciate the album as a cohesive whole without getting lost in the barrage of ideas, some of which are really ... read more
Sep 9, 2019
NR
An interesting experimental album that gets a bit too spacey and feels plodding at some points.
Sep 6, 2019
45
I don't really understand this album. The title and the album cover point to this being an album with a specific theme, or maybe even some kind of dark concept explored in the songs. But when you listen to it...its just trap bangers and upbeat indiepop/rap/who knows what.

The biggest flaw of the album is that it's just more of the same while appearing as though it might not be from the presentaiton. While Stoney was at least somewhat original with a mix of acoustic guitar and hip hop that ... read more
Sep 6, 2019
90
This single is a great entry into the Danny Brown catalog. Takes on a much more grimy and low-brow feel, and the accompanying music video is really entertaining.
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