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Review: “…I’m fairly certain they recorded themselves putting up silverware for the middle part…”

September 28, 2011

The Wasteland Tribune, a new blog/publication based in our hometown of Montgomery, Ala. has posted a review of “Hymns of Mare Nostrum.” They had many very nice (and funny) things to say about the album:

The writer got the album from Amazon.com:

“Amazon has the album listed as ‘Alternative,’ which really is really just saying, ‘Well, it has guitars…'”

He goes on:

“From the opening ‘The Physical Limitations of Nonlinear Waves in Motion’ to the closing track ‘Practical Applications in the Metaphysical,’ there is a consistent and building theme, separated into two parts by my favorite track, ‘Wave Goodbye to the Shoreline; Hello Giant Squid.’ It’s an 11-minute opus whose first half serves as the closer to the trance-like, slower section of the album, with the second half being introduced as heavier, faster, and overall more active.”

…and this line really stood out in a good way:

“Also, I’m fairly certain they recorded themselves putting up silverware for the middle part, which is pretty entertaining.”

Read the entire review here.

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