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And So I Watch You From Afar


Post Rock/Math rock

3.83 | 83 ratings

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5 stars At the time this review is being written, it's one of the 2011's best albums. And So I Watch You From Afar are a great mix of post rock, math rock, blended with metal. Despite their aggressiveness, they're kind of bouncy and fun a lot of the time. The instruments REALLY know how to work off of each other to create a really exhilarating experience. A lot of mixing and post production went into this album. It feels like the instruments have been mixed together PERFECTLY. The drums often feel like they're being smashed really hard, and they're DRIVING the music forward. The two guitarists really know what they're doing. One can be playing some really metal stuff while the other plays a badass mathy riff, and it just sounds so GOOD to me. It kind of makes me want to drink energy drinks and headbang late into the night. It really makes you feel aggressive in an awesome and fun way. Please, do yourself a favour and GET THIS ALBUM. It's simply amazing.
Slaughternalia | 5/5 |


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