|Gojira / From Mars To Sirius|
|Album:||From Mars To Sirius||Collection:||General|
|Add Date:||2006-10-15||Pull Date:||2006-12-17||Charts:||Loud|
|Week Ending:||26 Nov||12 Nov||5 Nov||29 Oct||22 Oct|
|1.||Thu, 20 Apr 17:||Slow Proteo|
Sound and Solidarity
|4.||Sat, 24 Jan 09:||Eme O|
|2.||Fri, 08 Jul 11:||Eme O|
|5.||Sat, 10 May 08:||Soy Ricardo|
Cumstains Across Bloodstains
|3.||Sat, 16 May 09:||Eme O|
|6.||Wed, 24 Jan 07:||mike|
Baptism of Solitude (Favorite hardcore, punk and metal releases of 2006)
|Ragnar of Ravensfjord|
Awesome, big, “heavy as a whale” metal from France. Loaded with a seemingly endless array of enticing riffs that make every song have at least something to offer. The answer to the question: Can get a few dozen riffs that knock me on my ass? Mixes current-age extremity with bits of death metal as if influenced by Jacques Costeau! |
((((1))))) Continual cycle of pinch harmonics and really nice soaring vocals and verrry heavy riffs. This is how to make repetition work-lesser bands take note!
((((((2)))))) Unholy crap! Is it possible to make a song TWICE as heavy (and lots faster) as the last? Seriously & severely they fucking bring it-listen now!
(((((3))))) Catchy as hell riff with lots of simple yet sorta complex changes. Headbangly awesome!
((((4)))) Mellow guitar interlude with whale songs? Hey it works.
(((((5)))) Metal-iciouslly good for you riff with lots of harmonics and canyon-wide vocal sound.
(((((((6)))))) Un-fuckin’ believeable. Absurdly heavy and huge. Instant classic that merges Morbid Angel, Messhuggah and Voi Vod.
((((((7)))))) After a mellow intro it’s riff-vallhalla! Chug-chug-chug-chuga-jud-jud in the BEST way possible. “Now I can see the whales...”
(((((8)))))) Thrash and death metal go to shop class and get totally owned by the new riff-heshers.
(((((9))))) Slow and sorta psych twangy, jagged ‘ala later Voi Vod.
((((((10))))) More tripped sci-fi/psych rock.
(((((11))))) Repetitive, occasionally fast and loaded with soooo much bombast.
((((((12)))))) Beautiful, epic, insane amounts of hammer-on/pull-off, charging riffs, and more sci-fi dystopian and utopian concepts.
|1.||Ocean Planet||6.||The Heaviest Matter Of The Universe|
|3.||From The Sky||8.||In The Wilderness|
|4.||Unicorn||9.||World To Come|
|5.||Where Dragons Dwell||10.||From Mars To Sirius|