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A Silver Mt. Zion


Post Rock/Math rock

3.68 | 70 ratings

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4 stars This album is definitely A Silver Mt. Zion's best work to date. The album is a lot more riff and beat oriented than their previous ones which is probably due to the fact that they got a new drummer, but the newish style doesn't harm the quality or detract from the fact that it is still the same band. The songs all have interesting lyrics, the best of any of their albums and flow extremely well from part to part and song to song. This album just has a great visceral feeling it gives off every time I listen to it that is very hard to describe, but it makes you want to listen to it again once its done. The highlight, in my opinion, is 1,000,000 died to make this sound because of its awesome riffs and eerie chantings. A must for post-rock fans and people looking for something different (that goes for all A Silver Mt. Zion's works)

4.5 stars

ayakazoob | 4/5 |


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