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A Frames: Black ForestBlack Forest (2005)
Sub Pop Records
Reviewer Rating: 3.5
Contributed by: InaGreendaseBrian
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I have a hard time picturing exactly what the Gestapo did in their off time during World War II. I would imagine, however, that they’d enjoy get-togethers pulverizing their kidneys with pint after pint of German lager after a hard day’s work serving their fearless leader. Not going to the discothèque and rocking out sternly to futuristic beats and harshly spit bits of acidic mind-fucking. But if they were to, Black Forest would probably be the DJ’s prime choice of spinning.
1 - I'm not at all insinuating any of the band members are actually neo-Nazis; the sound really just more or less gives me this gloomy picture of the era, though.
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