I got the feeling that I'm listening to some angry guy who just finished 20 km long run and got a sudden urge to let all his grudges out; couldn't understand most of what he was singing too... Add -0,5 for length and we get... 4.5/10
Competent, I suppose, but prog metal is really not my thing.. 3/10.
A song to help stave off the cold. It's the wrong season (in the northern hemisphere, at least), but this was my song of the summer. Yeah, I know it was released in '09, but I only discovered it this year.
Ashamed to admit I still haven't seen the movie, yet I've heard this piece of music quite a few times already. Sounds pretty typical for a cinematic score really, but I guess it's a bit difficult to rate outside the movie's context.. 7/10.
LOL, I don't know how you can hate such a pleasant song, but I won't argue. I'm sure you wouldn't appreciate this, either..
9.5/10 i love Mr. Bungle though that being said i prefer their self-titled and Disco Violante over California. i dont really see all that much of similarity between them and Akphaezya though. they r both avant-garde but Mr. Bungle more so and Akphaezya is more jazzy while a lot of Mr. Bungle is funky or from various other genres
Yeah, just the mixing of genres with metal being the common element. It's a loose connection, I know. I'm not sure if Patton did it first, but he certainly helped influence a whole slew of bands.
I've only heard a few Bungle songs here and there. I should probably get around to picking up their albums; all seem to be well-regarded.
RIO/avant-prog/RIO tends to be a little too mechnical and cold-sounding for my tastes. I can appreciate what they're doing but it's not my thing.. 5/10.
Speaking of prog, I found this amusing..
If you're not familiar with the original, I'd highly advise listening to it, obviously.
i have almost everything Patton has ever done and Mr. Bungle is one of my favorites of his especially their first 2 albums. i quite like RIO stuff with Thinking Plague, Art Bears, etc. i really wanna go to the RIO festival in France one day since they started it up again annually. that 8-bit version of Red is rather amusing too