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Qrixkuor - Poison Palinopsia



7.3 | 36 votes |
Release date: 13 August 2021
Style: Death metal

Owners:

7 have it
2 want it


01. Serpentine Susurrus - Mother's Abomination
02. Recrudescent Malevolence - Mother's Illumination

Additional info
Recorded in November, 2020, mixed and mastered at Priory Recording Studios in Birmingham, United Kingdom.

Staff review by
musclassia
Rating:
8.2
An extreme metal debut album with 25-minute songs: is this a funeral doom band, or an overelaborate prog band? Neither, it's a death metal band whose songs never fucking end.

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published 09.09.2021 | Comments (8)

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12.08.2021 - 04:46
Rating: 8
Neachy

This quote from the Bardo Methodology interview shows what kind of elitist douche runs this band:
"Being sane of mind and thus sharing what should be the common opinion that TOOL are absolute garbage..."
That said, this is a decent if derivative album. A bit drawn out and self indulgent as well. The production is far and away the best thing about it.
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13.08.2021 - 02:06
Rating: 9
Chobo_jokeR

Written by Neachy on 12.08.2021 at 04:46

This quote from the Bardo Methodology interview shows what kind of elitist douche runs this band:
"Being sane of mind and thus sharing what should be the common opinion that TOOL are absolute garbage..."
That said, this is a decent if derivative album. A bit drawn out and self indulgent as well. The production is far and away the best thing about it.


I will admit that quote from the interview was quite offputting but I still love the album.
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13.08.2021 - 02:35
Rating: 8
Neachy

Written by Chobo_jokeR on 13.08.2021 at 02:06


I will admit that quote from the interview was quite offputting but I still love the album.

And I certainly don't fault you for it. It's a fine album. I really like the sound of it. The songwriting has thus far (after 3 listens) failed to captivate me. I enjoy the sort of stream of consciousness feel to it though.
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19.08.2021 - 14:29
Rating: 8
musclassia

Written by Neachy on 13.08.2021 at 02:35

Written by Chobo_jokeR on 13.08.2021 at 02:06


I will admit that quote from the interview was quite offputting but I still love the album.

And I certainly don't fault you for it. It's a fine album. I really like the sound of it. The songwriting has thus far (after 3 listens) failed to captivate me. I enjoy the sort of stream of consciousness feel to it though.


I agree, it's a really strong sound, super cavernous, but the album's a bit too drawn out for its own good
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04.10.2021 - 12:29
Alakazam
all eyez on me
Written by Neachy on 13.08.2021 at 02:35

Written by Chobo_jokeR on 13.08.2021 at 02:06


I will admit that quote from the interview was quite offputting but I still love the album.

And I certainly don't fault you for it. It's a fine album. I really like the sound of it. The songwriting has thus far (after 3 listens) failed to captivate me. I enjoy the sort of stream of consciousness feel to it though.

Production, length, all fall flat for impact when I saw this length and remembered the last death oriented epic that hit me in a piercing way. Which, being honest now, without trying to sound like OP, dominates this. Even in its art which seems as if we're in a very pastel-oriented era was the biggest take I reaped, besides seeing Greg Chandler and his Priory. Having thrice sessions, although you could do worse, feels like such a disservice towards precious time.
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