I have never started and never finished an album so many times in my life, and after seven months I finally have. And yeah, I've never much cared for this band's anti-song approach to music, and soaking their structureless and brief tunes with homages to movies and themes I've never seen and heard does even less for me.
It's musical mush. It's too weird and dissonant to be enjoyable. There's some sick ideas here and there, but there's really no 'songs' to come ... read more
Has some very solid lyrics and the ideas are there, it's just the fact that Travis produced it and it sounds about as shittily overproduced as one of those generic new wave of pop punk projects he was doing like a year or two ago. I think the achilles heel of this album will be the production, cause man I like the core track here.
More Than You Know (75):
The compressed and clean and shitty production is also on here, but this one shines through with it's execution. ... read more
Take Off Your Pants And Jacket (yes, a group of dudes in their mid to late twenties thought this was the funniest shit) is yet another success story from the scrappy trio of SoCal punks, but it reflects a growing problem in pop punk (at least in the mainstream). There’s a big stagnation here from the two years that have passed, and on their fourth record that makes things begin to feel a little stale. My track ratings don’t necessarily reflect this issue, ... read more
...probably shouldnt've been playing Doom Eternal while listening tho.