15:41 - Giza I don't know how to feel about this [link]
15:29 - The RedOctober Yeah but dude already half of the decade is over. We only have enslaved from 2010. Lets see :3
15:12 - Apothecary There are a good number of albums in there from the 2000s decade, so just wait, there could end up being some from the 2010s as well
15:11 - Apothecary Most likely that second one, although this decade isn't over yet though, so patience.... that could change
15:04 - The RedOctober Yes. I read a book by Dan Ariely which had a sort of explanation for this sort of behaviour apart from the good old. When we have a first experience of a particular event or thing we take it as an anchor and judge others wrt to it
15:00 - MHOE Definitely the latter. The 'good old' syndrome at its best.
14:58 - PocketMetal A huge part of my favorite records are from this decade, so...
Down's new EP Down IV - Part Two has been made available for streaming via Soundcloud with the physical CD release scheduled for the 13th of May, 2014. Their new EP clocks at over 35 minutes and is available for streaming here or also here, in case the first link isn't available in your region.
After you listen to it, share your thoughts on the stoner/sludge metal band's new release.
02. We Knew Him Well
05. Sufferer's Years
1a. Better than expected. Given all the talk of Sabbath/Vitus worship I was a bit worried. I was especially concerned Phil would go overboard with his Ozzy impersonation ala Witchtripper. This hasn't happened.
Some of the riffage does got a bit too far down the Sabbath path but overall it's done tastefully.
1b. Better than Pt I in terms of riffs and song composition. Some bits do drag on, but this has been a feature of Down since Down III.
2. It's still not as massive or intense or plain awesome as Down II: A Bustle In Your Hedgerow. IMO they need to get away from the Sabbath-isms and refocus on including some more modern elements to achieve this.