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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew View Post
    FWIW I think this is pretty consistent, especially I.
    Agreed. I listened to all of I and it was pretty awesome. I don’t know if I would have made the Damnation comparison myself, but I can at least see what you mean by it.

    This will probably go into my regular rotation, good find sir.

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    Yeah - I don't think these guys are very well known, either. On spotify they have 7 monthly listeners in a city in Sweden, and then a single monthly listeners in a few other cities, including now Boston, MA, which was not there last month.

    Oddly they showed up as a similar artist for Dax Riggs, which I don't hear at ALL.
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    Good stuff... Kind of has a "post rock" vibe to it as well. I could get mellow with that stuff.

    Good to see you around, Drew... Working on another album yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FireEagle View Post
    Good stuff... Kind of has a "post rock" vibe to it as well. I could get mellow with that stuff.

    Good to see you around, Drew... Working on another album yet?
    Very slowly. I've got maybe half of one demoed out in the form of little song sketches, generally a lot more mellow than my last, but I really need to buckle down and finish writing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew View Post
    Very slowly. I've got maybe half of one demoed out in the form of little song sketches, generally a lot more mellow than my last, but I really need to buckle down and finish writing.
    No problem... I seem to remember your last one took a while to hit the vinyl. ;-)

    My tastes have mellowed a bit in the last few years. There's a time and place for getting heavy and all, but I sure listen to, appreciate, and play more tasty melodic guitar these days.

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    I dig this stuff. Also Drew, for stuff in this vein, I still think you'd dig "Who Will Survive, and What Will Be Left of Them" through "Red of Tooth and Claw" era Murder By Death.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
    I dig this stuff. Also Drew, for stuff in this vein, I still think you'd dig "Who Will Survive, and What Will Be Left of Them" through "Red of Tooth and Claw" era Murder By Death.
    Will check it out - the "Similar Artists" section on Spotify has been a woeful disappointment for these guys.

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    Will check it out - the "Similar Artists" section on Spotify has been a woeful disappointment for these guys.

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