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Absolute Zero



3.55 | 41 ratings

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Prog Leviathan
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2 stars Crashing Icons is a masterfully bizarre gem of avant-garde weirdness; however, I warn those treading into unfamiliar territory not to be lured in by the (relative) approachability of the excellent sample song, "Shutter Rock"-- the rest of the album is almost too abstract to be comparable. I have trouble imagining Quinn's neurotic-sounding vocals ever becoming an aquired taste, fortunetly she is saavy enough to let her frantic keyboard and Jardiness' stand-out bass to come to the forefront of the band's ecclectic music. Not for the faint of heart or impatient... or fans of melodies.

Songwriting: 2 Instrumental Performances: 2 Lyrics/Vocals: 1 Style/Emotion/Replay: 2

Prog Leviathan | 2/5 |


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