You think you like it, and the more you play it, the more you realise no-one's going to give you a prize for understanding it.
Dreadful album, I really regret buying it.
I disagree. The album inlay gives the terms and conditions and as long as you clearly demonstrate understanding using the agreed performance criteria you'll qualify for the DHG'll fix it medallion with cheque-book and pen.
That song is pretty good. I still prefer the stuff on the Satanic Art ep though.
Actually, the more I play it, the more I like it. I don't find it dark industrial in any way,more like very well thought industrial, smacking of System of a Down Toxicity in its madness yet grooviness. Still, a very interesting album at least!
I find it bland and insipid. And I really like some industrial metal. When I listen to music like that I want it to be dark, oppressive and chaotic, and DHG deliver none of these things.
Check out Satanic Art then, as it's most of those things. I wouldn't call Supervillain bland or insipid, but then it's a lot down to personal taste. I like some of the work that's gone into Supervillain, as some of it is pretty unique and the drum work is tight as a tantric yoni. The only annoying factor for me is that some of the vocal sounds a bit "hardcore" in places. I don't think that's down to them trying to be commercial though by any means.
I've got 666 International and I don't like that either. It's just not my thing. I'd rather listen to Thorns or something, maybe Aborym or Blacklodge. Because I'm quite into electronic music, I find its bad implementation in metal to be hugely annoying.
Last Edit: Sept 19, 2009 6:16:20 GMT -5 by Nickyboi