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Sunday, February 17, 2013

Spins of the Minute - 2/17/13

Greetings once again, readers.  In the midst of a review blast for Blabbermouth, but expect to find some reviews coming this week here at The Metal Minute including the new Voivod album, Target Earth

Keeping the banter short and sweet for this round.  Thanks as always for being here.  \m/


The Gathering - Disclosure
Voivod - Target Earth
Saxon - Sacrifice
Destruction - Spiritual Genocide
Neurosis - Honor Found in Decay
Kingcrow - In Crescendo
Conny Ochs - Black Happy
Nekromantix - Dead Girls Don't Cry
Deftones - Koi No Yokan
King Crimson - In the Court of the Crimson King
The Cramps - Songs the Lord Taught Us
Patti Smith - Horses
Patti Smith - Wave
Patti Smith - Peace and Noise


Patti Smith - Dream of Life
The Empire Strikes Back


Patti Smith Complete:  Lyrics, Notes and Reflections


cjk_44 said...

Meshuggah – entire catalog
Animals As Leaders – entire catalog
Intronaut – entire catalog
Bereft – Leichenhaus
Pinnick Gales Pridgen – s/t
kenMode – “The Terror Pulse” (single)
The Gathering – Disclosure
Saxon – Killing Ground
Aerosmith – Draw the Line
The Black Crowes – San Francisco, Fillmore, 8-7-2005
Gary Moore – Still Got the Blues

Meshuggah/Animals as Leaders/ Intronaut (at Fillmore Silver Spring)

More legislation submitted in the 2013 General Assembly (ugh!)

Nice to see the shared listening of The Gathering's "Disclosure"

Ray Van Horn, Jr. said...

Yeah, that's cool, I just submitted my late review of The Gathering to Blabbermouth. It's something that I struggled with to generate my thoughts for until I spun it a number of times. I like it and yet I'm waiting to see what identity they want to take from this point forward. There's a few moments of sheer brilliance and others where I think they want to do something between The Cranberries, Zero 7 and Ivy.

How's the Pinnick Gales Pridgen project? I was very excited to see that come about.

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cjk_44 said...

I definitely think "Disclosure" is much more immediately likeable than "The West Pole". I think I've always tried to enjoy The Gathering without thinking about it too much.

I think the Pinnick Gales Pridgen project turned out pretty much the way I thought it would. It's solid - not spectacular. You can't go wrong with Doug's vocals, Gales shines with his blues/Hendrix-rock hybrid, and Pridgen is great on drums. There's enough melody and "prog"-type influences so it isn't boring. Defintely worth having in the collection if you like blues influence rock.

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