To break the monotony of listening to forty-something albums by one singular artist, I figured I’d start another dive to concurrently go with that one. I picked this band because they’re one of the more unique bands of their genre and are a load of fun. Anyways, enough babble. Review time.
Blink (later renamed to what we’d know them as today), the three piece SoCal skate punk band, would sign with independent punk label Cargo Records after the ... read more
Ten years after he entered the mainstream with Faith No More’s The Real Thing, and two after breaking up with said band, creative powerhouse and jack of all trades, master of all trades vocalist Mike Patton sees himself taking his career in another bizarre and fresh direction. Mr Bungle, up to this point, had been a band that maybe your friends played for you in their shitty tape deck in some crappy midwestern home in the middle of nowhere and it scared the shit ... read more
I don’t think there’s a single flaw with this song. At over seven minutes I don’t think it ever overstays it’s welcome. Anselmo’s beautiful clean vocals and emotional, screamed vocals hit like a train, showing as much soul as Darrel’s squeaky fluid guitar tone.
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Vocals even work really well with this style (vocals being ... read more
I enjoyed this a pretty good margin. If you’d told me a year ago that I was gonna like this album as much as I like it, well..I’d probably seriously think you are mental. Quadeca has seriously been taking drastic steps to mature his sound and songwriting and it’s so clear. This is a thousand steps above his last record in all facets. ... read more
It’s about as boring and plain and insignificant as the album cover. I haven’t lost faith in George, but man this unfinished fucking twenty minute album isn’t ... read more
Newest Bizkit album. Last Bizkit album. Finally, my soul can rest.
This is fine. Most of these songs sound like your generic Bizkit affair minus the offensively bad parts. There’s nothing really wrong with them aside from the fact that they’re not very diverse. There is still some of that Fred Durst balladry that I dislike, like on Don’t Change and Empty Hole and there’s also the fair share of more diverse tracks like Dad ... read more
This is so unexpectedly bad. Like I’d assumed after their last record they’d be focused and realize what works best for them, but nope. Over 6 years later, this shitstain was dropped into the public’s lap.
This has some of the corniest and cringiest Fred Durst-isms run rampant, and ten years before their unexpected hit song Dad Vibes, Frederick displays some actual dad energy on this album. Like the auto tune shit made me cringe so ... read more
With the aid of acclaimed record producer Ross Robinson, who produced their first and best record, Bizkit sound somewhat focused on here.
This is technically an EP, but I’ll just count it as an album as every website detailing it seems to. This is essentially Limp Bizkit’s first album mixed with them ripping off Rage Against The Machine and it makes for a solid, focused and fun LB record with little filler. It doesn’t quite ... read more
Guys, I must confess…I let you all down. I was supposed to listen to every Bizkit album in one night and I fell asleep. I’ll repent for my sins everyday now.
This is miserable. This is dreadful music. Not even in a good way. This album just has no life and no enjoyment in it. There is literally NOTHING to enjoy on here. I don’t even think I finished it. I think I was half asleep the last two songs. My memory’s ... read more
I’m too tired to even want to make the Fred Durst friday jokes. I’m drained. Anywho…
How do things keep getting worse?
This is absolutely awful. I mean, sure it’s got more good songs than the last record but the bad is mountains and pyramids and piles larger on here. So many tasteless and awful experiments on here. So many boring filler nu metal tracks. The lyrics more blunt and boneheaded than ever. How the fuck did the ... read more