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3.66 | 68 ratings

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4 stars The first thing it came to my mind when hearing 65daysofstatic was raw, loud and energetic as hell! If you like this atributes then this band is right for you mixing electronic noises and glitches with incredible drumming, heavy guitar and still pull of the amazing emotions post-rock bands are known for mostly thanks to the piano work wich is at times burried in the wall of sheer powerful noise, but still manages to move you and at times takes the leading role in some songs.

One of the main things I noticed from the band, aside from the things I mentioned earlier, is that they rarely follow the soft-loud-soft-loud style of Mogwai or the cresendos of Godspeed... Instead they get right to the point and they do it fast. So if you don't have the patience to listen to post-rock bands then there's no problem with listening to 65daysofstatic either. They also have their soft spots and play soft and calming like in "The last home recording" and also in parts of songs to create those beautiful soundscapes like GoldenSpiral said in his review.

All in all this is a very young promising band that breaks from the normal post-rock sound. It's hard, emotional, noisy and overall very powerful. I can see fans of progressive metal getting into this band quite easily since it has some resemblance with the genre (mostly because of the drums playing and heavy sound).

Not to be missed if you're fans of all the things mentioned. Solid 4 stars.

chamberry | 4/5 |


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