"Somewhere Along Our Memory..." is the next Sadness project, and I came into it with somewhat high expectations. After the last couple releases had been slowly increasing in quality and this release having the highest ratings out of any of their early work, I was really hoping for magic here.
I was not disappointed.
This is without question the best produced Sadness project so far. As ambient elements continue to poke their way through into their work, ... read more
Fav track: Cuntcrusher
Least fav: Immeasurable Foetal Mutilation
Acjétêc is the next Sadness release, and I'm glad I'm just writing this because I can't pronounce that shit.
First thing's first: the production is back to something intelligible, which is a massive positive. The reverb-soaked cacophany of the last couple projects has been greatly minimized, and you can actually discern specific melodies. There's also some experimentation going on with the riffs, which can be hit or miss. The ... read more
Right, so this thing has been shit on for the past couple weeks after Bradley had his way with it, so I got a bit curious.
I've heard of this artist before, but I will admit that I'm not super familiar with this side of early 2000's core/scene stuff. I have only listened to very little of it, since I am aware of its reputation. It's a time in metalcore history that begs to be forgotten, due to its crunk and hyper-quirky aesthetics having aged like pure donkey dick. However after ... read more
(sorry you had to read that) This is the next Sadness release, "the rain that falls alone...", and it's an EP this time! Surely that means it's shorter, right? 👁️👄👁️
The first track is a pretty simple piano performance, but it still is very pretty. It's clear that Damián is at the point where they're just washing everything in reverb to the max, which can make the piano sound quite peaky here and there. It's still a ... read more