Release date: 21 October 2014
Style: Post-rock

Rating:

8.1 | 14 votes

Owners:

9 have it
3 want it


01. Blind Them With Science
02. Emergent
03. Magna Carta
04. Harmonia
05. Resolve
06. Darkness
07. Sines

Review


Line-up
Jeff Boyle - guitars
Jason Johnston - drums
Maurice Beckett - bass

Staff review by
tea[m]ster

Rating:
8.8
8 years is a hell of a long time between releases, and New Zealand's instrumental post rock/metal band Jakob have pulled off a miraculous comeback. I don't think the band was ever on the brink of dissipating, but the fact is life altering occurrences left many in doubt. Freak injuries to all the band members' hands, public relation snafus and what seemed an insurmountable layoff put the band and their highly anticipated album Sines in between a rock and a hard place. Alas, post-fans will be excited to know Jakob sound mightier than ever, like the band I discovered while they were touring with Isis in 2008.

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published 18.11.2014 | Comments (4)

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tea[m]ster - 03.08.2014 at 06:54  
Rating: 9 I can't wait for this, the single sounds great!!

Thanks to Turbanator for the info...

New Jakob track!

http://www.metalsucks.net/2014/08/01/jakob-premiere/
copycat - 27.08.2014 at 05:26  
  You just can't go wrong with Jakob.
Boxcar Willy - 27.08.2014 at 06:39  
  Noice cover art.
tea[m]ster - 23.10.2014 at 21:37  
Rating: 9 Rules hard people.
_deepblack - 28.11.2014 at 15:49  
Rating: 9 My first encounter with Jakob was with their Cale:Drew album since many post rock bands look like each other using reverbs and effects and ambients in a very dull way Jakob got my attention\cause they were diffrent the melodys, the up and downs, guitars and drums looks like they have been doing this for a long time and they know what they want
this album is even better than Cale:Drew album Specially because of Drums
tracks are more creative and smooth u can listen through 3 or 4 tracks without being annoyed
cause sometimes post metal and post rock needs patience but this album is very smooth and easy very good album
God Alone - 14.12.2014 at 14:44  
Rating: 8 Lovely stuff as ever.

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