Glassjaw


#81

“There is a lot going on there. Do seem formulaic”


#82

*updates spreadsheet*


#83

Giz a copy!

I was just curious as to the contradiction


#84

??


#85

Fermat’s Room is good tbf


#86

Was replying to your ape dos mil comment!


#87

Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. I dont hate it, just thinknits a bit pedestrian and the weakest on the album


#88

Fully mental. It’s the standout track on that record in many ways.


#89

Nah Two Tabs is the best, or Mu Empire


#90

They’re good ones, Bob.


#91

I really like that new song. I’m also a bit pissed though.


#92

Mu Empire is ace - love the way it starts off with tail-end of Tip Yer Bartender.


#93

Prefer their earlier stuff. Jokes, like it all actually :slight_smile:


#94

Actually I think I like shira a lot, picks up as it goes along. Production sounds pretty horrible at the start though?


#95

Just revisited New White Extremity. Love the opening minute and a half or so until the “I’m searching for a familiar place in my surroundings” part which just kills the momentum for me - not the greatest chorus (if you’d call it that). Shira sounds like Deftones trying their hand at ‘post-hardcore’; there are parts I like but more I feel pretty indifferent about. Fingers crossed the rest of the album is up to much much more


#96

Managed a first pass at this and oh dear it ain’t very good on the surface; bit of a dirge. Sounds like they’ve gone way way back to their hardcore roots. I will persist though, maybe I’ve missed some great hidden subtleties


#97

on first listen it just sounded like a tonne of screechy wah noises, bad production and no real songs.


#98

Yeah I think any of the interesting ideas they may have had have been completely lost in the production


#99

This is it really though


#100

They also seem to have strung out the worst moments and cut short the tracks that might go somewhere