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Rivers of Nihil - Subtle Change

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    asoftbird
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    Been listening to these guys for a while, it's a nice juxtaposition of heavy as hell guitars/drums, progressive metal and saxophone. Yes, people kind of hate saxophone in metal, but here it's...

    Been listening to these guys for a while, it's a nice juxtaposition of heavy as hell guitars/drums, progressive metal and saxophone. Yes, people kind of hate saxophone in metal, but here it's applied tastefully and adds a lot to the song.

    I highly recommend the rest of the album as well.

    4 votes
    1. Litmus2336
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      I saw them live, they were all very cool and definitely rocked it. The live sax was stellar.

      I saw them live, they were all very cool and definitely rocked it. The live sax was stellar.

      3 votes
    2. drannex
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      Personally, saxophones should be used in every facet of musical production.

      Personally, saxophones should be used in every facet of musical production.

  2. Staross
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    It's great yes (favorite song is Hollow), I posted the "Where Owls Know My Name" music video here I think. One of the guitarist was streaming on twitch the other day (brody_of_nihil), remixing...

    It's great yes (favorite song is Hollow), I posted the "Where Owls Know My Name" music video here I think.

    One of the guitarist was streaming on twitch the other day (brody_of_nihil), remixing some of the songs of the album. I don't like the clean compressed production style so I told him to listen to Gris À l'Âme Enflammée, l'Âme Constellée... to get some inspiration, but maybe Vektor was a better reference. Hopefully he listen to twitch chat wisdom and the next album has a more natural sound.

    3 votes