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Dense, pick it apart

I really have taken a huge liking to REPO. With recent work of BD member Eric Copeland, Black Dice seem to have let his work filter into their own style and really have made some over/under stimulated media crud. Most of the album will seem like a total right off but worth the journey listened to in its full scope start to finish. Load Blown was more of a singles push, allowing the listener to jump around and still be streamlined in the record. REPO feels more like feeding forgotten media/ums through all their equipment. The names of the songs tend to take shape onto this too. But all of this is just opinion so take a dive. Worth it.

Love it.

To the two people (thus far) who have reviewed this album... One of you reviewed this and a naked brothers band album and that was it... that's just stupid. The other one of you gave an Insane Clown Posse album four stars and even used the word CREATIVITY. That's a joke. I could write better rhymes than them when I was 9 and actually still listening to them. Moving on... Repo is a really good album. The first time I heard BD I was really confused. I kept trying to make sense out of their songs in a conventional sense instead of just letting the noise take care of me. Glazin is probably my favorite song on this album... But the entire album is pretty sick. Live, this band will break your eardrums with their super high frequencies and distorted growlings from Aaron Warren, and needless to say he and the Copeland brothers will provide an enjoyable experience should you be open to it.

Black Dice Once Again

Black Dice introduces a variety of new hallucinating noises through Repo. Their music is so diverse and unpredictable which makes it exciting for the listener. You can tell the majority of this album was influenced by Eric Copeland's new samples and such. His last album, "Alien in a Garabage Dump" is probably the best album i have ever heard in my life, it's in the top 5 of my list. Nite Creme, Glazin, La Cucaracha, Chicken S***t, and Vegetable are pleasant songs to start off with.


Formed: 1997 in Providence, RI

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Hailed as sonic groundbreakers or derided as alienating and pretentious, Brooklyn's Black Dice push the limits of hardcore and noise rock. Taking their cues from Melt Banana, Merzbow, and Harry Pussy, Black Dice fixate on a few notes per "song" and focus on producing a sound that's as abrasive and distorted as possible. The group debuted in early 1998 with a single on Gravity Records, and released Semen of the Sun on Tapes Records. They then appeared on Troubleman Mix-Tape and were picked up by Troubleman,...
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