18:20 - Bad English le pen likes wwii shit she gets money from ppl what lives in those days, and black mail is good, UK should pay if wanna be part of traid, like Suisse and Norge do, they can not parasite !
18:18 - yvesson Hej, they will try and punish the UK, for sure. And off with the WWII stuff, it was 70 years ago and we watch their movies and shit since then, so we paid back 100 times. :/
18:16 - Bad English Try to otder something from USA via i net, taxes after 20 dollars, try order in non EU Europe 10 CD's from Germany you will pay taxes, gosh working class needs football, meat and heineken, and more football , pathetic
18:11 - Bad English like I said only WP and far rights wannba out, btw Afred Hutler ghad some plans for frenchies, funny they forgot it and then needs us and uk to liberate them.
18:06 - Bad English well if UK wanna stay in open market they need pay, EU can say they need pay 10 times more as in EU ..and ppl has no rights chose so important matters, look at Norway they are not happy.,
18:02 - yvesson Hej, democracy according to UE : if you vote yes to UE, no more referendum, if you vote no, there will be referendums until you accept, even 50.01% with 20% people voting...
17:40 - Bad English why is that that east europeaisn whit WP tenceces cabnt accept other thinging people?
01. Parsonz Curse 02. Whispering World 03. Shake And Shift 04. No Good 05. Blue 06. Sleeping Witch 07. South Of Somewhere 08. Drown 09. Minus 10. Black Water Vision
Is this abrasive...Or accessible? Jesus Christ, this album is such a great balance of the dirty, grittiness of southern rock influenced stoner metal meets classic prog rock. It's psychedelic, yet unbelievably easy on the ears, and easier on the brain.
It's like a Steve Miller lovin' Savannah, Georgia stoner metal riff fest. Only, take some of that dis-harmonic monolithic post rock guitar work found in Neurosis and throw it into the mix. It's rough edged, a bit spacey and catchy as all hell. Now, everything is just groovin' along perfectly, you're thinking to yourself "Well, shit, I might just have to go ahead and spend my crack rainy-day money on this!"
You might be a little sold, maybe a bit on the fence, then the 15 second mark kicks in, and it's game over, man, game over.
It's this wailing - it completely runs away with the whole album! Mlny Parsonz sings somewhere along the lines of Graveyard's Joakim Nilsson and Wolf's Viper Stalvind. Only, she leaves both of them sounding like that mumbling pencil-moustached guy who works at Radio Shack. The riffs are good, but the vocals are what makes this an album to not miss. These vocals are so good, if I could afford a second pair of underwear, they'd be reserved for the day Royal Thunder comes to town and needs someone to throw panties boxer briefs at the stage.
That's the first half of the album, though. The later half drifts further into the more ambient psychedelic spaciness. It's not bad, in fact, it's still pretty damn solid, it's just that after bouncing along to rolling stoner-classic rock tracks like "No Good" and "Whispering World", trying to tone things down just seems a bit anticlimactic.
A solid listen from top to bottom. Maybe the schizophrenic nature of Part A vs Part B does sully things a bit, but each song taken at face value makes CVI and album to not pass on.