I am a big fan of a band that is focused and ready to do what it takes to make a name for themselves. Neberu’s info talks about finding their identity early on and working to establish themselves in a very crowded field.
Have you ever not checked out a book, movie, or album purely based on the name? I have. Most of the time I’m pretty sure I made the right decision. There are times, where after further investigation, I discover I was missing out on something worthwhile.
Operation: Mindcrime, notice the colon, it’s supposed to make you think of the new Geoff Tate fronted band, not the legendary album by Tate’s former band Queensryche. Due to the name and the explosive words between both camps albums released by either fall under a critical eye of both reviewers and gossip mongers. Operation:
I know you were looking for that handsome Canadian devil Martell to thrill you with his wit and whining. Instead, you end up with this American lump of coal dissing and dissecting. Don’t despair, I hail from the land of Trump and Clinton so my well of negativity has no bounds.
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I often talk of expectations when it comes to music. As in several of my recent reviews, sometimes they are met (Black Crown Initiate), sometimes exceeded (Elm Street), and sometimes the product falls short (Withem).
Your boss can take his micro-managing bad breath and endless stupid ideas that are a road to nowhere and stick it under his half-priced toupee. With your check in hand and the entire weekend to jam out, liberation has come.