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Psyopus - Our Puzzling Encounters Considered CD (album) cover

OUR PUZZLING ENCOUNTERS CONSIDERED

Psyopus

 

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

2.87 | 15 ratings

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CGH Tompkins
2 stars After listen many bands screaming, i thought that i could listen any non-doom band (the doom band make me sick, literally), i thought that i could find if they scream just because they don't know what else to do or if they scream because is part of the music.

After listen this album i realized that i was wrong: i can't listen this band, and i can't say if the screams belong to the music, or it's just that the singer can't singe properly.

The music is completely destructive, my ears hurt after listen this album, and my brain was begging for mercy.

Let's try to describe this album: the background sound is a guitar being destroyed by some maniac, the drums is what my father call aporreo de tarros (beat of cans) and i don't remember any bass guitar, and the first sound, the voice is a constant scream of someone suffering electroshock, or a lobotomy, if there're any word in the whole album, i can't said.

I like the tech, but this guys go beyond that and make some kind of hurting metal, maybe it's this is a very skill band, but what i listened was 40 minutes of scream, pain and distortion, unlistenable.

CGH Tompkins | 2/5 |

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