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Pinkish Black: Razed to the GroundRazed to the Ground (2013)
Reviewer Rating: 4
Contributed by: thepopeofchili-townthepopeofchili-town
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Last year, several publications named Pinkish Black’s self-titled full-length as one of the best metal albums of 2012. There’s one teensy little problem with that, though; there’s nothing metal about them. Sure, they can pull off a fuzzed out drone better than anyone this side of Dopesmoker-era Sleep, they're signed to heavy music powerhouse Century Media, and they’re about to head out on tour with Georgia sludge masters Kylesa, but their music has far more in common with groups like Joy Division or even Kraftwerk than it does with your average group of bearded stoners screaming about wizards. Razed to the Ground, their second full-length in as many years, gets even weirder than its predecessor and serves to further define the sludgy post-punk niche the group have created for themselves.
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