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IN A FLESH AQUARIUM

Unexpect

 

Experimental/Post Metal

4.17 | 230 ratings

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TR!P
2 stars the main word i would use to describe this album(and they'er music) would be unnecessary

heres a band, that definatly have talent, they can definatly play they'er instruments to a very hugh standard, yet they dont seem to know when is enough and what sounds 'toooo much'

they sound very influenced by Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, they have pretty much the same line-up as SGM too, they have the violins, the trade off' female/male vocals and the avant-gaurde type sound, except they seem to use loads more keyboard electronic sounds then SGM who never really go in that direction

i personally am a huge SGM fan, so i thought liking this band would come natural, but listening to it is like being pummeled by noise after noise after noise, SGM know when enough is enough, they know when to slow down, when to speed things up, but Unexpect simply dont have a clue...although im sure some people would like this constant pace, others alike myself will feel drained after the 2nd track,

in my opinion this band just need to mature a lil' more

i find it hard to listen to more then 3tracks at a time

2 stars... they get 1 because they obviously have loads of ability, and another because 1stars a lil' harsh

TR!P | 2/5 |

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