Red Sparowes

At the Soundless Dawn (Neurot Recordings 2005)

album review

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Well, many bands try to copy the sounds of Neurosis and Isis, Red Sparowes simply borrow some of their members, for what in my ears at least, to be a better product than both Neurosis' and Isis' last works. With sound waves that deliver some of the best imaginitive guitar lines, and pushing the boundaries further out into the sea of what we can call heavy music. While at times sounding a lot more like the Cure's more instrumental parts than Isis or Neurosis, this is a fine collection of relaxed soundscapes to dwell into, and get lost. Songs to look into, "Mechanical Sounds Cascade Through the City Walls", and "Our Happiest Days".

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Reviewed by: Reviewed by: Godawfulcommiepigfuckingbastards