DaBaby - Kirk
DaBaby
Kirk
45
Sep 27

Recent Reviews

Oct 5, 2019
58
The thundering and aggressive riffs on this album showcased a lot of the technical precision and talent of this aging gore metal outfit, but the short incomplete tracks and lack of original left little impression. It seems the band has been stuck in a purgatory of trying to grow and evolve due to constantly rotating band members over the decades.

The album wasn’t bad per se but it fits into the garden variety of noisy aggressive gore metal with edgy lyrics without make any atmospheric or ... read more
Oct 1, 2019
50
Underground Portland death metal outfit Witch Vomit has released their second EP “Buried Deep in a Bottomless Grave.” In this relatively long seeming 27 minutes the band failed to make any meaningful impression. The grand majority of the album’s sound seems to be one note banging on. And by that I mean guitars riffing away at one or two notes without much musicality. Once the band escapes these monotonous sections they do achieve some interesting musical phrases, but these ... read more
Sep 30, 2019
95
FAVE TRACKS: FAITHFUL SERVANT FRIEND OF CHRIST, DO YOU DOUBT ME TRAITOR, BUTCHER OF THE WORLD, MAY FAILURE BE YOUR NOOSE, IF THE POISON WON'T TAKE YOU MY DOGS WILL, SORROW! SORROW! SORROW!, SPITE ALONE HOLDS ME ALOFT, I AM THE BEAST

WORST TRACKS: None
Sep 30, 2019
65
Car Bomb's fourth full length studio album comes off the tail of "Meta," their first real success as a band that broke through the fray. Most impressive in their discography is the impressive tight performances and powering through insanely technically difficult poly-rhythms and odd time signatures, and this album takes full advantage of that high point. However, their overall sound occasionally gets muddied under experimental metallic production additions whether on their guitars or ... read more
Sep 30, 2019
85
This female country supergroup shows the power of women in country with a tastefully diversified and well written album. The lyrical and musical excellence of this album underpins the important and interesting take on female empowerment and modern feminism.

The title track "Highwomen" and its successor track "Redesigning Women" give this concept of powerful females being this constantly changing mold wherever the need arises and that women have always been a front of ... read more
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Rating Distribution
90-99
 
9

80-89
 
10

70-79
 
12

60-69
 
7

50-59
 
3

40-49
 
3

30-39
 
1

20-29
 
1

10-19
 
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0-9
 

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