Recent Reviews

Nov 13, 2019
Splendor & Misery was an album I was incredibly excited to listen to. After checking out their 2019 release There Existed an Addiction to Blood, this utterly terrifying and magnificent tapestry of horror and gore, clipping. became a group I wanted to hear more of as soon as possible. Plus, hearing the general talk of this album and all the fanfare around it made me even more curious. The fact that this is an Afro-futuristic concept narrative about a man escaping an intergalactic slave trade ... read more
Nov 10, 2019
The Unnatural World. Dan and Tim's 2014 follow up record to their absolute most recognizable artistic statement in their 2008 debut album Deathconsciousness. One of the most adored and beloved, yet utterly death obsessed and colossal, emotional albums ever made, and a personal all time favorite. It's hard to truly follow up something as grand and behemoth-like as that album and its concept narrative was. So thankfully, the duo made a choice to pursue new styles and sounds into their repertoire, ... read more
Nov 9, 2019
Ahh, Have a Nice Life. What can be said about Dan and Tim's post-punk, shoegaze, goth rock, industrial, dark ambient, and any other musical sub categories you wanna label em with, project that hasn't already been said. Giving us the absolute emotional slaughterhouse and colossal, death filled behemoth of an album in Deathconsciousness, one of my now all time fav albums. Afterwards, a rather satisfying followup in The Unnatural World, that while not as grand and ambitious still was hard hitting, ... read more
Nov 8, 2019
Charli was an album I really expected nothing from, being quite honest. I haven't enjoyed her work in the past in the slightest, I found her to be grating and irritating, and her fan base doubly so. On projects like Sucker, Vroom Vroom, and Pop 2, I really just got nothing out of them, finding them to be tedious at best and actively draining at worst. So needless to say, I was very scared going into this album, even if it had received nonstop praise from almost everyone I knew. But goddamn, did ... read more
Oct 30, 2019
Much like Infant Annihilator, I've only found out about this group just recently. From what I've gathered, black midi are a group that have a whole assortment of sounds, styles and influences to their name. Going into this project, I only knew the name and that it was adored by both consumer and critic alike. Any knowledge of this bands members, their style, who composed this band, none of that. So I really didn't know what to expect when I finally sat down and listened to this, besides that it ... read more
No messages to display
19 year old dummy boy who loves most everything he listens to, dont expect any real negative opinions here sans a couple exceptions
Around the Web
Rating Distribution










Member since June 19, 2018

January Playlist
Vinyl Me, Please