New Rivers Of Nihil (Tech Death in F)

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  1. Rypac

    Rypac SS.org Regular

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    This album is really, really good. I enjoyed TCSOL but this brings it up to a whole new level. The raw sound of the production is very refreshing and so heavy.

    I especially love the shift to a more atmospheric/progressive vibe in the tail end of the album. Probably one of my favourite releases of the year so far.
     
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    I noticed that shift near the end too. So awesome, and it kept the album from getting redundant. I've only listened once all the way through, but on first impression there seems to be no filler at all on this one.
     
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    It's a great CD.
     
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  5. Decipher

    Decipher Ibanez Enthusiast

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    Same here. One of the best bands around right now IMO. This should be the Fall themed album too which is exciting.
     
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    bloc tha vagina finda

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    Last album was surprisingly impressive
     
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    new to these guys. i like them a lot, will be keeping an eye out for them, the direction tech death is moving lately is a great one.
     

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