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Album Review

What do you do when the driving creative force behind your band turns out to be a raging egomaniac? Worse, that raging egomaniac thinks he's some sort of new rock god, channeling Jim Morrison in all his blustery, pretentious, Lizard King glory? Well, if you're Days of the New, you get a new singer and regroup after you're dismissed by your former boss and pretty much play the same sluggish snooze-rock as your old band. Hence, Tantric.

Customer Reviews

Tantric (and Days of the New) rocks

Like many people already said, I don't know what the iTunes review on top is talking about when they say this is "snooze-rock". Also it seems to be bashing Days of the New frontman Travis Meeks. In my opinion, both Days of the New and Tantric are great in their own accords. They both sound good.

This album flat out rocks. Calling this "sluggish snooze-rock" is a disgrace. Does the reviewer think that I would snooze to great songs such as Breakdown, Astounded, and Hate Me?

Best songs: Breakdown, Live Your Life (Down), Paranoid, Revillusion, Mourning, Astounded, Hate Me, Inside Your Head

Good Album, Nice Sound..

I admit it's not the most exciting music, but I don't know if I would go with "snooze rock.” I like the album and I know all my friends are fans and got the album when it came out. Give it a chance it has a good kinda mellow rock sound.

Awesome. Timeless!

Great band. Wish they would have done more!!!

Biography

Formed: 1999

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The post-grunge outfit Days of the New rocked heavy in 1998 with their major-label eponymous debut and the singles "Solitude" and "Touch, Peel and Stand," and the boys from Louisville, KY, quickly absorbed the fast success and MTV's praise. But as soon as they enjoyed the rock & roll fast life, original bandmembers Todd Whitener (guitar), Jesse Vest (bass), and Matt Taul (drums) left the band after creative differences and whirlwind hype. Two years later, the three were still making music, but...
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