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    Ton of Tone here...

    Nailed it:



    Just had to point it out here.

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    Solid state Randall's done right.



    I swear to fuck this song is the heaviest of all time, in every sense of the word. The tone, that goddam kickdrum that sounds like your head smashing into a brick wall, and the melodies/emotion, so so so heavy.
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    Crowbar are utter legends, always sounded great and had their own thing going on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattayus View Post


    Solid state Randall's done right.



    I swear to fuck this song is the heaviest of all time, in every sense of the word. The tone, that goddam kickdrum that sounds like your head smashing into a brick wall, and the melodies/emotion, so so so heavy.
    This is the song that got me into them. It popped on Pandora back when I used it when I was having a particularly shitty day and it made everything feel better. Kirk is a fucking riot, too. Whenever he’s on Jasta’s podcast I can’t wait to hear them.
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    They sound monstrous live, too. Even in a crappy livestream setting.

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    Randall is the answer. But which one exactly on 'Oddfellows..."? The 100H?

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    Aye crowbar are immense both in sound and waist measurement.

    Theres a funny story about them getting stuck on a hill in glasgow city center in their van because the band, and I assume their gear, was too heavy.....

    Odd fellows is such a beastly sounding album.

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    These guys were a guilty pleasure for a while way back in the day. They couldn't decide if they wanted to rip off Crowbar or Type O so they did a little of both.




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