22:53 - Bad English I dont remeber last time I was listening it
22:50 - mz MoRT is one of the greatest achievemnts in metal, and ophis is fantastic band. OK? but they are generic, like many other death doom bands
22:34 - Erik M. Going to return this CD for sure. Cost me 15 euros and what do I get? A totally fucked up-sounding album. This is a re-issue (2010), which maybe has got something to do with it. Goddammit...
22:31 - Erik M. I don't download but have listened to this album many times on Youtube and now that I bought it I immediately noticed the volume is really low. Frankly, this sounds terrible, because it doesn't sound heavy at all either. Fuck!
22:27 - Bad English Erik - try download amd Korah - when I type I play whit my dick
22:23 - Erik M. Wtf, does anyone own Limbonic Art - Moon in the Scorpio? Bought the album and ripped it just now. The volume is extremely low. What the hell?
That pretty much sums up Kylesa's Ultraviolet. In a world of generic and boring sludge bands that rely on the same rolling and rolling riffs that are overused again and again, Kylesa manages to do something totally off the beaten path. Be (somewhat) original.
This is good. Take your standard Savannah sludge release, and add a nice dose of acid. Boom, you've got Ultraviolet. The standard heavy-hitting, downtuned riffs that everyone loves are still as present as ever, the "air-drum on your van's steering wheel" drum fills and punk influenced beats are still in the mix. The "pleasantly" gruff female voice of Laura Pleasants* is still a charging force in the sound. So, by now you're probably wondering where the "(somewhat) original" comes in.