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WINDMILLS BY THE OCEAN

Experimental/Post Metal • United States


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WINDMILLS BY THE OCEAN is the title of a recently unearthed recording from August of 2003. Five Boston natives Mike Davis, Dave Dunbar, Brooke Gillespie, Bryant Clifford Meyer (ISIS,RED SPAROWES) and Thos Niles (27) recorded five tracks that were shelved until they were released in 2006 by Robotic Empire. They have never played in a live setting and are currently working on new material that is expected to be released in the spring of 2009.

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WINDMILLS BY THE OCEAN explore the post rock drone similar to bands Sunn O)) and Earth, but experiment with electronic elements, keyboards, and with much heavier drums. They were approved by the Prog Metal Team and are highly recommended.

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2006
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2011

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Windmills By The Ocean Experimental/Post Metal

Review by Earendil

2 stars Windmills by the Ocean should first and foremost be labeled as a drone album, not a post-metal one. There is some post-metal influence (the guitars are distorted), but it never is very heavy. Basically, the album is just boring, and I fail to see what's progressive about it. Perhaps if someone is into drone metal, he would like this album, but I really can't recommend it. The tracks which flow together never actually build up to anything or change pace. They simply play the same distorted chords slowly over and over again. There are some ambient vocals, but they don't add much. Not really necessary for a prog fan.

Rating: 4/10

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Review by DJPuffyLemon

4 stars My version of this album was completely stripped mp3 files, without titles or cover art. In a way, I feel that is a better way to have listened to this album, because without titles or art to influence the album, each song was able to flow together in a more seamless manner, in my opinion of course.

Because of this, I fell in love with the album as it was just me and five tracks worth of hypnotic guitar work. Also because of this, I can not tell any of the tracks apart, but I don't find that to be a bad thing as for me it is an album to be listened to all the way through in order to get the entire impact. Imagine if a stoner metal band like Mammatus or Earthless turned towards drone. Despite sharing that characteristic, this is one drone album which does not bore me. I recommend it to anyone who enjoys psychedelia, post-rock, or progressive metal.

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