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  1. This is actually fucking good, easily the best and most realized thing he's done since the album. I really hope King Zoo can put him back on the map.
  2. Honestly I feel like if Nettesford cut out Dendrofil For Yggdrasil, just started right off on 1985, and cut Heksebrann altogether, it would have been a much better and more consistent album. I don't think there's anything I like on this so far more than something like Svartmesse or Nekrodamus tho.
  3. Interested in seeing how this pans out. I've always loved the band's first two records with like that "party metal" sound and the last one taking a dad rock influence while not bathing in it and still keeping its feet in black metal territory, but the singles for this one have me afraid that they're going too deep into that dad rock territory. Okay four songs in and I'm happy with it. It's definitely good, it definitely still sounds like Kvelertak except for Crack Of Doom which feels really out of place with all the English shit but still a dope song.
  5. Nah, I can wait. It's literally never worth it for me to listen to anything less than 320 or solid V0. It's not even an audiophile thing, it's that almost every 128 I've ever listened to is like quite literally a quieter volume.
  6. Motherfucker had to have ripped in 128 on purpose.
  7. Holy fucking shit this is his second best record to date. Everything about this immaculate, the fucking production is unbelievable, and I'm not just talking about Kenny's side of it either. The way Denny's voice is pitched all around, his like Andre 3K-type flows, the cut-in cut-out vocal takes, like everything about this is on another fucking level. If it just had a few more hooks I'd say it's his best record to date.
  8. yo what the fuck where did this come from
  9. Odd Eye Circle saved K-pop and that's the tea.
  10. You're a day too late. It was worth it from 2016 until yesterday. Now it's a slowly dying animal. If they keep making music this boring, they're not gonna last very long in the vast sea. If the creative director who made them special comes back, the fans are gonna be pissed and they're still on a crash course.
  11. Jaden Jeong was the creative director behind the entire Loona project. He departed from their agency last year because they kept trying to compromise his artistic vision which made Loona what they were. If you can't see the difference between this and their older stuff, that's on you, it is very clear that Loona did not used to sound like Blackpink. This single sounds like Blackpink. The B-sides are literal Red Velvet leftovers, this is almost completely confirmed by the fact that they were curated by a producer for SM Entertainment who has produced exclusively for Red Velvet. Just go compare So What to Kill This Love or Boombayah, and then compare it to Butterfly or Egoist. There is no consistency. This is generic, meaning it could belong to any K-pop group. The same can not be said for a lot Loona's older material; some of it? Sure. Most of it? Not a chance. Loona blew up because they had a unique sound that was a breath of fresh air from the generic sounding stuff the rest of industry was shitting out at the time. You're trying to act like you're just wanting to have a civil conversation but then using antagonistic shit like "all K-pop is generic lol" Like yeah, maybe it's generic the way all metal music is just screaming and loud and "generic" when you're just looking at through the window. But when you actually get into it, like anything, there's a lot more than just what's on the surface.
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