When Metallica’s “Black Album” was released in 1991 Glenn and I looked at each other with confusion and exclaimed “There’s no Metallica in my Metallica!” Gone were the screaming vocals, the long overly complicated song structures and pissed off aggression. I had this same feeling again in 2021 with the release of Deafheaven’s “Infinite Granite.” It was a far cry from their 2013 masterpiece “Sunbather” (their “Master of Puppets” if you will) and I was confused and a little bit sad though I quickly came around. Being unfamiliar with the band or either record, neither Glenn nor Rod endured such a burden so I thought, “let’s get their unbiased take” by pitting the two records against each other in a VINYL CAGE MATCH and that’s exactly what we did. The results surprised me. Turns out those guys have pretty good taste.
Alcest Souvenirs d’un autre monde
RIP Bob Nalbandian
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