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Experimental/Post Metal

3.72 | 188 ratings

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4 stars Same recipe, but still awesome.

Some girls (sorry guys) are good at recycling everything in the fridge, and STILL make a great meal out of it. Like a thick omelette with the same ingredients, I don't get tired of OSI. They are good, they are great, they're fantastic: the monotone singing, the sharp guitars, the sophisticated sampling feel of an espionnage movie; it's irresistible. Kevin Moore is what's missing today with DT: sophistication. Mateos is ripping the strings with as much energy as before, and Harrisson is wearing Portnoy's shoes with ease. A winning combination with hemoglobine, ematocytes and sweat.

If you loved the other two, this one will remove efficiently the wax from your ears.

Menswear | 4/5 |


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