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10 years, 11 months ago at Jul 29 10:55
It is impossible to chart this band's growth between albums. They're constantly searching out new sounds and songwriting techniques. This new one could be their most epic outing yet, shining all the way through as they hit their zenith. Matt Bayles' production is perfect as vocals ring more melodically, Slint-like time signatures snake around weaving arpeggios and song structures are left unmolest... read more
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Japanese pressing of 2004 album. Daymare label.
Manufacturer: Ipecac Recordings
Release date: 19 October 2004
EAN: 0689230005728 UPC: 689230005728
Tags: Metal (2), CDR (1)
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My Top 10 Albums Of The 00's (10 music items)

" Originally Released: October 2004 Genre: Post-metal, sludge metal, progressive metal Isis were one of my favourite bands of the decade, I remember first hearing them around the release of Celestial and I knew they would be very important in terms of redefining metal for the new millennium and as the years progressed it became startlingly clear exactly how special they were. Honestly if this list had been that bit longer I could have happily included 2002's Oceanic and 2006's In The Ab"


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