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WHAT THE BLOOD REVEALED

What the Blood Revealed

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2.17 | 4 ratings | 1 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Evolution Is Not A Theory (8:23)
2. Blood On The Turing Machine (6:19)
3. Modern Latter Improvements To The Ptolemaic System (7:10)
4. They Will Sow Guns, And We Will Reap Bullets (6:01)

Total Time: 27:53

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Line-up / Musicians

- Scott / guitar, vocals
- Dave / bass
- Ryan / guitar
- Sandro / drums

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CD Self Released (2007)

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2.17
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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(25%)
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2 stars Releases like this can serve as an example of why some people dislike Post-Rock/ Post-Metal. They say it's boring; WTBR are indeed boring. They say it's melodically poor; WTBR have no melodies to hum here too. They say it's simple and predictable; WTBR walk around the same 'quiet-loud dynamics' structures and rarely throw more than 4 chords to songs' harmonies. Everything results into a very poor kind of Post-Rock, derivative and simply NOT interesting. If you're hungry for any new release, you can get this EP, but if you're a Post-Rock/Metal newbie or just not Genre's fanboy, avoid this. Nothing criminal here, but nothing to feed my ears with too. A collector's item really. Good luck, guys, throw some more creative forces into your further works!

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