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Old 01-02-2013, 07:38 PM
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Lawrence, KS on October 2nd with Weedeater, Sourvein, and Death Valley Wolf Riders.

The Gods. Not necessarily a better performance than the previous two times I saw them, but to be able to get up so close to Wino and sing all these amazing songs was too memorable.

I was the only person that scott wino came up to at my show. He hopped off stage during the middle of "Clear windowpane", came right up to the very front left side of the rail, grabbed me and gave me a mini hug as well as grabbing my hand and giving me a brotherly love hand shake(He didn't let go for a good 30 something seconds bro, no joke. I wouldnt fuck wit you MANKSIZZLE). I'm sure it had something to do with me being the only person at that gig going crazy and spitting out every lyrics word-for word and possibly a little louder than the mic(the place was zombie town U.S.A. Everyone was frozen, dead, and no movement at all WHAT SO EVER. It also didn't help that the turn out was pretty ugly. During weed eater the place was pretty much an empty desert) But more on that once i post that rant on my 2012 concert thread.
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Yeah, Wino is a cool guy. First time I saw them was an off-date of the first Metal Alliance tour and Wino STAGE DOVE off the fucking stage into the crowd and afterwards hung out with everyone and signed a bunch of stuff and took a bunch of pictures. Dave did too. They are totally awesome guys.
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Old 01-05-2013, 12:48 PM
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Arsis - Lepers Caress



To me, Arsis has pretty much been in a backslide even so far back as 2006's "United In Regret," although each album has had varying degrees of success. 2010's "Starve For The Devil" might be my least favorite Arsis album, but with the "Lepers Caress" EP, it looks like the band is at least attempting to get back on track. "Veil Of Mourning Black" sounds like something that was left off their first album - tons of riffs, blastbeats and speed - but the songwriting is just hearkening back to when Arsis' songwriting was amazing. The day James Malone leaves Arsis is the day I stop listening to Arsis. Solid output, now let's see if they can transfer this music over to a full-length album!

Standout Tracks: Veil Of Mourning Black, Denied

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Revocation - Teratogenesis



Unlike Arsis, Revocation might be hitting a huge stride in the quality of their releases. Their last album is magnificent, although it took me a few listens to feel that way. This EP is almost solid all the way through. "The Grip Tightens" might be one of my favorite songs of the year (and undoubtedly the best video of the year) and "Maniacally Unleashed" sounds like it could be off of their album "Existence Is Futile." There's no compromise for speed or technical ability here - Revocation put everything they had into this EP.

Standout Tracks: The Grip Tightens, Maniacally Unleashed

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TaeTiSeo - Twinkle



Girls Generation's first sub-outfit, TaeTiSeo (Taeyeon, Tiffany, Seohyun) focuses much more on the vocal abilities of arguably SNSD's three best vocalists and less on the music, which makes for a very pleasant listen. There's catchy dance tracks like "Twinkle" and "OMG (Oh My God)" and slower ballad's the really showcase the strengths of each vocalist, such as "Baby Steps" and "Library." A little something here and there for fans of any kind. inb4butthurtmetalfags

Standout tracks: Twinkle, Checkmate

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Burial - Kindred



The chillaxest of chillax, without being "bro" if you know what I mean. The best dubstep artist on the planet releases yet another masterpiece in the form of three long, dark, droning yet stuttering and groove-laden electronic songs. Only after repeated listens did I find little subtle nuances that really aren't made aware on a virgin runthrough. Best listened to with headphones and away from other sources of noise. Destroys every other "dubstep" "artist" in the world.

Standout tracks: Kindred, Ashtray Wasp

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Deathspell Omega - Drought



There is progressing as a band, there is playing a completely different style of music, and then there's this. "Drought" is unlike anything Deathspell Omega has done before, yet it fits exactly with the style of the band. "Fiery Serpents" kinda starts out a bit punkish but ends up incorporating the craziness that DsO is known for, but "Scorpions & Drought" is pretty much what a black metal Dillinger Escape Plan might sound like. This entire EP is mindblowing, especially if you're aware of Deathspell Omega history. They took a huge risk with this EP, but it's paying off more than anyone could've expected.

Standout tracks: The Whole Thing

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Girls Generation's first sub-outfit, TaeTiSeo (Taeyeon, Tiffany, Seohyun) focuses much more on the vocal abilities of arguably SNSD's three best vocalists and less on the music, which makes for a very pleasant listen. There's catchy dance tracks like "Twinkle" and "OMG (Oh My God)" and slower ballad's the really showcase the strengths of each vocalist, such as "Baby Steps" and "Library." A little something here and there for fans of any kind. inb4butthurtmetalfags

Standout tracks: Twinkle, Checkmate

Gave twinkle a shot, just not my thing.

Good read though!
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Gave twinkle a shot, just not my thing.

Good read though!
I last about a minute into Twinkle and had to shut it off.
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I last about a minute into Twinkle and had to shut it off.
This. At first I thought it was in English but then it just got bad.
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