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Ulver - Perdition City - Music to an Interior Film CD (album) cover




Post Rock/Math rock

4.01 | 224 ratings

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2 stars

I am an avid CD collector, I think one of the best things in life is music in any form or long as it's good, entertaining, complex, intricate, beautiful, gloomy, even funny...every once in a while I also come across average albums that either give me a headache or bore me to death...Ulver's Perdition City is one of them.

I'm not sure what happened, the music is quite acid and sometimes really heavy but the music as a whole just doesn't work, it's like a mix of weird metal trying to sound diverse, it ends up sounding a little boring and dull...there are a couple of tunes that opened my eyes but overall this is something that might be hard to digest for Post-Rock surely doesn't sound at all like GYBE, Mogwai or Sigur Rós...

I'm still not sure if this one is a keeper for it's odd values...I think I'll sell it over the internet soon, I guess I would have been happier if I had just downloaded the album instead of spending 30 bucks on it (yes, things around here are quite expensive)

Herzebeth | 2/5 |


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