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Russian Circles

Station

Suicide Squeeze 70

Released on May 6, 2008


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Dave from Mattawan, MI 
Aug 14 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Wow. Just fucking wow. This album builds on the amazing riffing from the Enter full length, but recesses the jumping around from short to fast. This album focuses on epic buildups, which pay off with me having an orgasm. Also, Brian Cook from Botch fame (and These Arms are Snakes ... and Roy) fills in on bass as the previous bassist (who used to be in an amazing instrumental indie math band called Dakota Dakota) left the band prior to Station's recording. Seriously, this is an amazing album. For fans of Pelican, Isis, Finger of God, and Mono. There are a couple of sleepers, but 3 of the tracks would make me pay at least $20 for the album. They are that good! They only get a 4 cuz of the sleepers. But then again, they are there for buildup value.





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