|Desintegray / Desintegray|
|Add Date:||2012-04-14||Pull Date:||2012-06-17|
|Week Ending:||10 Jun||22 Apr|
|1.||Jun 07, 2012:||The Fall of Math |
Reason For Dying = Reason For Living
|3.||Apr 19, 2012:||The Fall of Math [single precision] |
Few Words From Our Sponsors
|2.||Apr 21, 2012:||no voices aloud |
Epic rock jams verging on both metal and psychedelia, mostly instrumental save 2 songs with heavily distorted vocals. All songs have a slow, lamenting feel. Favorite Tracks are 1, 8, and 11, although they are all about equally as interesting. FCC CLEAN. |
**1) Around Axis (3:35): slow, sad twangy guitar instrumental
2) And We Reached for the Outside (5:28): Slow lament, with wind instruments and two heavily manipulated voices that dissonantly speak. Fitting guitar solo at the end of the song.
3) Downing (3:42): Slow distorted guitar instrumental
4) Another Step Forward (4:56): Downbeat instrumental (save one spoken line) that conveys a sense of foreboding.
5) Few Words from our Sponsors (3:50): Brooding instrumental with distorted guitars overlaid on a repetitive guitar arpeggio.
6) Floating Warmth (0:54): melodic, slightly psychedelic guitar interplay. Becomes a bit dissonant near the end.
7) I Have Lost a Dream and He’s Nowhere to be Found (3:47): Another slow, sad guitar-based song with heavy reverb on the vocals, which are mostly talking. Some guitar solos between verses verge on metal/grunge, others verge on mariachi.
**8) Reason for Dying=Reason for Living (4:33): Slow instrumental with echoing drums. If I were in a doctor’s waiting room and this song were playing, I’d probably be a thousand times more anxious. Mood gets lighter and more hopeful in the last minute and a half. At 4:00, random snippets of rock songs (I think I hear Sympathy for the Devil?) begin to play. Cut the song at 4:00.
9) Those who Tell the Truth Shall Die (5:34): Crawling introduction turns into a blast of power chords. At 2:20 the song changes direction, softening and slowing. Then the power chords pick up again to conclude the song.
10) Mouthful of Rain (2:05): Police-like guitar riff with distorted guitars soloing over it.
**11) Thick Air (4:14): Wailing guitar with lots of natural sounds in the background (birds tweeting, water rushing, wind chimes)