Curl Up and Die - The One Above All, the End of All That Is

Posted on Monday, October 04, 2010

These guys have really changed their sound in 2005. Not to fear, there are still quick spasms of high-speed, dissonant frenzy and Crusty filth (“Antidepressants Are Depressing,” “There Ain’t No Can’t in American,” and “Zero MPH Fallover”), and thankfully the vocals remain tortured. But for the most part, the album is dominated by thick, Sludgy downer riffs and Stoner abandon. There is more use of melody as the record successfully embodies the essence of giving up and giving in. By adding this new dimension to their sound, they have revived it without it ever having suffocated for an instant.

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