" Disconnection_Imminent" is an extension of ideas hinted at in the CDep. With more bravado, the album is kinetic but measured. As an unconscious reaction to overt falsity and the current stream of commerce, Decahedron lashes out to create a political record that lacks neither intelligence nor passion. Lally's trademark sinewy bass lines and Hamacher's lockstep drumming are the perfect foil for Cinca's taut guitar work. Decahedron combines sharp invective and blistering ferocity to produce one of the most memorable full-length debuts.
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Dave from Whitby, ON Canada
Mar 27 2006
I thought this was okay. Not nearly as good as the last Frodus album, but I can't complain. Or did I? Anyhoos, very post-rock/hardcore along the lines of Frodus, but less interesting. I like the Black Sea EP more (they had to change their name after that due to legal reasons) but that costs as much as this full length and has only 3 songs. Mediocre.
Miles from Seal Beach, CA
Jun 6 2004
Damn good cd. Picks up where Frodus left off and nicely combines some Fugazi via Joe Lally's bass playing. Good, good stuff.