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10,000 DAYS



Experimental/Post Metal

3.85 | 859 ratings

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2 stars I got this album, rather excited from all of the other reviews. Sadly, I was greatly let down.I still enjoy the album, but itsn't at all what I expected.

This album has some catchy tunes, and good riffs. Unfortunately, I think this album is very dry with the exceptions of Rosetta Stoned, The Pot and Vicarious. Each of these songs are unique. They present a good rhythm, and are fast-pased, well-flowing, and keep the listener on the edge of his/her seat.

The problem I have with this album is that the rest of the album dosen't live up to those 2 great songs. Tracks like 10,000 days are obnoxiously long, and for no apparent reason. They seem to be going nowhere, and build to nothing.

I feel that from a band as strong as Tool, more could have been done than the same, repetitive, Mellow Sounds of Intension and 10,000 Days

There is also a tad much of FILLER on this album. Lipton Conjuring is an interestin idea, but they did nothing with it. Lost Keys should be murged with Rosetta Stoned because they are so similar, and worst of all is Viginti Ties. That song is not really music at all. It it just sound effects. It is a waste of 5 minutes of your life, really.

Koopaslaya | 2/5 |


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