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- Isolate And Medicate
The attempt at creating a varied dynamic feels forced, making for a scatty listen.
Jun 26th 2014 |
Combine a grunge riff with a layered, gritty vocal melody and ride it for dear life until satiated yet ultimately unsurprised – that's Seether's bag, though the thrill of frontman Shaun Morgan's unhinged hopelessness and fury has been waning since 2007's Finding Beauty In Negative Spaces. Opener, See You At The Bottom, very nearly gets there, but Watch Me Drown sounds like an Everclear parody and My Disaster's bass groove is too close to Tool's Forty Six & 2 for my liking. The attempt at creating a varied dynamic feels forced, making for a scatty listen.