Wavering Radiant - Isis Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Heavy Metal / Artist: Isis / Audio CD released 2009-05-04 at Conspiracy / Disc #1 ... more
Newest Review: ... drops within the first minute. The first track did not have the usual effect, in fact I found it to be quite contrived and ... more
Price Comparison for Wavering Radiant - Isis
Isis Wavering Radiant
Last Update 09.03.2014 01:11
Isis Wavering Radiant [VINYL]
Last Update 09.03.2014 01:11
Customer Wavering Radiant - Isis Reviews (1)
by - written on 21/08/09 (Very useful, 116 readings)
Isis are a Boston-based post-rock/post-metal outfit fronted by singer, musician and visual artist Aaron Turner. They have appeared on such underground labels as Hydra Head, Neurot and Ipecac. They are generally noted to be highly original, defying and defining genres since their forming in 1997. Their progressive avant-garde metal stylings have been compared to that Godflesh and Neurosis and have since influenced and been associated with bands like Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Old Man Gloom, Cult of Luna, Red Sparowes and Twilight. 'Wavering Radiant' is Isis' fifth and latest full-length album. It was released in April 2009 and features Tool guitarist Adam Jones on ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Wavering Radiant - Isis
Holy Wood - Marilyn Manson - Powerful, Lengthy Few Filler Tracks?
Live Shit Binge&Purge - Metallica - A showcase of Metallica at their peak, everything a dedicated fan could want is included. Overproduced in places, some video/audio flaws, lots of doubleup in songs here (as expected)
Young Lust: The Aerosmith Anthology - Aerosmith - 2 CDs, 34 songs, Rare B sides/ previously unreleased tracks 70s era songs missing
Endgame - Megadeth - Thrash metal and solo's None
Bang! - Thunder - Some great 80s style rock-pop - they've still got it! It's the last one. Ever!
Believe - Disturbed - A few big tunes Loses quality towards the end
|More products in Music Album|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|One Day As A Lion - One Day As A Lion|
Great songs, REALLY brash and loud
Almost every song is essentially the same sound
|Vampire Weekend - Vampire Weekend|
A hugely accessible transmission from the left field
Other than for fans of the wilfully simplistic, none
|Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me - Soundtrack|
Some moving, intense songs.
Some experimental style tracks which don't work outside of the movie.
|Renaissance Child - Hell Razah||Past Times With Good Company - Blackmore's Night|
More diverse than the studio albums, with less filler.
Songs extended for far too long, and Deep Purple fans perhaps leave even more annoyed than before.
|Say It Like You Mean It - Starting Line|
Much of this album is excellent, superbly catchy Pop Punk expertly executed.
In 'Leaving' the band try too many things at once and it just doesn't work.
|Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia - Dimmu Borgir|
...shame about the band (well, except the drummer).
|The Beautiful Letdown - Switchfoot|
3/4 songs that are worth listening to.
Most of the album
|Towards The Sun - Alexi Murdoch|
|Father, Son, Holy Ghost - GIRLS|