Static Tensions is Kylesa's most definitive statement and will surely top year-end lists across the board. Featuring artwork by John Dyer Baizley of Baroness, the album's visual aesthetic matches the cerebral nature of the music.
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Kevin from Idaho Falls, ID
May 25 2010
No complaints here. Same great music as expected from Kylesa. There's noticeably less growling and not as much of crust punk feel to this one, but it's not a bad thing by any means. The drumming is exceptionally awesome, two drummers and all. Great songs to be had throughout. Get it if you liked To Walk a Middle Course, although this album doesn't beat that one in my personal opinion. If you've heard neither, get To Walk a Middle Course first. 'Tis good.
Erik from Trondheim, Norway
Aug 19 2009
This is one of the best Kylesa records in my opinion,the riffs cruise along with the beats of the drums and vocals blend it smoothly into a mix of stoner hardcore caveman. Good for laying on the couch and for skating....and more I guess. Buy or not.