Release date: 31 January 2014
Style: Progressive metal, Avantgarde metal

Rating:

7.9 | 29 votes

Owners:

7 have it
10 want it


01. Corto Normal
02. Ojota Y Media
03. Mee Chango
04. Mia Gato Está Solo En La Oscuridad
05. Guri Guri Tres Piñas

Review
Lyrics (5)


Line-up
Raul Garcia Posse - vocals, guitars
Marcos Crosa - drums
Pablo Lamela Bianchi - bass

Guest musicians
Malena Crosa - vocals
Adrián Terrazas-González - saxophone

Staff review by
Apothecary

Rating:
N/A
I was almost starting to get disappointed in the fact that there hadn't really been any particularly bizarre releases thus far this year to satisfy my inner experimental whore. Thankfully, Random's sophomore album has proven me wrong. Dead wrong.

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published 19.03.2014 | Comments (29)

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Unhealer - 03.03.2014 at 03:18  
Rating: 9 They've really surpassed their debut. Out-of-the-box songwriting and excellent musicianship, checking out the drummer is practically a must.
Apothecary - 18.03.2014 at 23:32  
Rating: 9 Fuck, this is some seriously good shit. And here I was thinking there haven't been any great Avantgarde releases yet this year
Diverge - 20.03.2014 at 05:07  
Rating: 9 Unbelievable.
RavenEffect - 23.05.2014 at 17:16  
Rating: 8 This is a solid album, reminds me a lot of Tool in some weird way. Good surprise overall
!J.O.O.E.! - 14.07.2014 at 01:59  
  Damn, I somehow forgot this existed. I thought this was a distant 2013 release. I remember liking it a lot. Need to recap.
Diverge - 14.07.2014 at 06:05  
Rating: 9
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 14.07.2014 at 01:59

Damn, I somehow forgot this existed. I thought this was a distant 2013 release. I remember liking it a lot. Need to recap.

If you liked the debut, I'm almost certain you'll dig this one as well (In case you forgot about what this one sounded like).
mz - 14.07.2014 at 13:13  
Rating: 9 I really love this one. Never before I had seen any progressive band featuring employing musical textures and actually doing it very nicely.
This actually seems like a combination of tool an aluk todolo for me. No reason for not liking it.
LeKiwi - 16.02.2015 at 03:40  
Rating: 8 Very interesting and promising, but why couldn't they have split-up the tracks into more, shorter songs? I'll probably never listen to this again given the length of each song...
Mr. Doctor - 16.02.2015 at 07:07  
 
Written by LeKiwi on 16.02.2015 at 03:40

Very interesting and promising, but why couldn't they have split-up the tracks into more, shorter songs? I'll probably never listen to this again given the length of each song...

That's a shame. I personally don't give a damn about the song themselves as I always listen to albums in their entirety. Makes no sense to me to listen to just one track randomly.
LeKiwi - 16.02.2015 at 15:23  
Rating: 8
Written by Mr. Doctor on 16.02.2015 at 07:07

That's a shame. I personally don't give a damn about the song themselves as I always listen to albums in their entirety. Makes no sense to me to listen to just one track randomly.

Unless I'm really in the mood for a particular album or haven't listened to one of my all-time favourites in a long time, then I just shuffle my entire library. I have far too many songs in that collection to listen to each album individually...I'd never finish
Mr. Doctor - 16.02.2015 at 15:36  
 
Written by LeKiwi on 16.02.2015 at 15:23

Written by Mr. Doctor on 16.02.2015 at 07:07

That's a shame. I personally don't give a damn about the song themselves as I always listen to albums in their entirety. Makes no sense to me to listen to just one track randomly.

Unless I'm really in the mood for a particular album or haven't listened to one of my all-time favourites in a long time, then I just shuffle my entire library. I have far too many songs in that collection to listen to each album individually...I'd never finish


I guess we all have our troubles. I feel that unless an album is a compilation, then it's not a collection of songs and should therefore be both judged and listened as one solid piece.
This of course makes it difficult for me to check my own albums I purchase. I have at least 60 albums I bought which I haven't heard a single note. Hahahahaha.
LeKiwi - 16.02.2015 at 15:46  
Rating: 8
Written by Mr. Doctor on 16.02.2015 at 15:36

I guess we all have our troubles. I feel that unless an album is a compilation, then it's not a collection of songs and should therefore be both judged and listened as one solid piece.
This of course makes it difficult for me to check my own albums I purchase. I have at least 60 albums I bought which I haven't heard a single note. Hahahahaha.

I'd never judge an album based on couple of tracks unless it was pure genius or pure shit I love variety and I get the most enjoyment from shuffling my library, going from prog rock to brutal death to post-metal to grindcore to prog metal to thrash to the occasional pop shit that I still have

Oh dear... When I haven't heard an album in its entirety, I try and listen to it as a whole before to rate it and decide if I should delete any tracks. Then it just goes into the "shuffle" pile until a particular urge arises.
Mr. Doctor - 16.02.2015 at 15:49  
 
Written by LeKiwi on 16.02.2015 at 15:46

Written by Mr. Doctor on 16.02.2015 at 15:36

I guess we all have our troubles. I feel that unless an album is a compilation, then it's not a collection of songs and should therefore be both judged and listened as one solid piece.
This of course makes it difficult for me to check my own albums I purchase. I have at least 60 albums I bought which I haven't heard a single note. Hahahahaha.

I'd never judge an album based on couple of tracks unless it was pure genius or pure shit I love variety and I get the most enjoyment from shuffling my library, going from prog rock to brutal death to post-metal to grindcore to prog metal to thrash to the occasional pop shit that I still have


Oh, I tend to change from time to time, obviously... My original comment came to be because I am a bit baffled that despite that you obviously liked the album, you wont listen to it again based on the song lengths only. I just find it contradictory. Not unlike soemthing like "This is the best cake I had in months, wont eat it ever again". I just failt to see the logic. If you actually liked something, be it cake or a song... You would save some time to listen/eat.

Now I'm hungry... My plan backfired.
LeKiwi - 16.02.2015 at 15:56  
Rating: 8
Written by Mr. Doctor on 16.02.2015 at 15:49

Oh, I tend to change from time to time, obviously... My original comment came to be because I am a bit baffled that despite that you obviously liked the album, you wont listen to it again based on the song lengths only. I just find it contradictory. Not unlike soemthing like "This is the best cake I had in months, wont eat it ever again". I just failt to see the logic.

I might listen to it again, but only on the rare chance that it pops up while I'm shuffling music at home, which at the moment is about 1 in 6491 <--- (the number of songs I rated as 5/5 for listening purposes.) I don't carry any songs longer than 15 minutes on my phone or music player, which is how I listen to most of my music, so...I'll probably never hear it again
Diverge - 17.02.2015 at 06:40  
Rating: 9
Written by LeKiwi on 16.02.2015 at 15:56

I don't carry any songs longer than 15 minutes on my phone or music player, which is how I listen to most of my music, so...I'll probably never hear it again

^Spoken like a true prog fan.
musclassia - 28.02.2015 at 16:07  
Rating: 8 Finally reached the avantgarde nominees. Liked this quite a bit, particularly tracks 3 & 5.

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