Articles by Lance Turner
Labirinto returns with a menagerie of their trademark doom riddled undertones and cursed melodies of ruination. ‘Gehenna’ is the archetype of what damnation would sound like.
Having been a listener and a fan since early 2014, I must say that ‘Reflectionless’ is by far their most triumphant and boisterous release to date. Gentlemen I applaud you for taking a guy like me who leans very heavily toward the prettier/lighter end of the post-rock spectrum, and keeping me a believer in your heavy mantra.
With a keen delivery, calculated application, and (I’m assuming) careful consideration of what they want to the world to hear, OSA has heightened my idea of where the boundaries of instrumental music can be.
Listen to Dark Moon, or live forever deprived, as they have graciously left this creation for all to enjoy, and for our descendants to learn from and pay homage to. It should be painfully obvious that Lost In Love and Fear is to go down as one of 2016’s very best!
This collaboration is good music and you should listen to it!
Beautiful and graceful on the outside, but predatory and sensually efficient in purpose. This is NOT an earbud album! Turn it up, and play it as loud as your system and/or neighbors will allow. By Lance Turner
Be it pain, hope, misery, joy, agony, and/or cheerful buoyancy. There is such a broad spectrum of melodic delight to bathe in on this release. I hear it all, but I will I let you decide what speaks to you the most. As for me, I am a FANBOY!!! Just sayin’… By Lance Turner
I have been hard pressed to listen to anything else for the past month or so. Do yourself a favor and listen, or get left behind on a band who can occupy so many facets of hard rock. – By Lance Turner
Carrie’s lyrics are rife with life experience and ordeals beyond what should be expected from life. However, she has triumphed in allowing her experiences’ involvement to take shape in what we are hearing on this EP. Most of our readers are akin to the subversive elements of the non-mainstream music we all take in. But I implore you all to share and support Hexa, as she has so much to say in both her music and lyrics. By Lance Turner
Without even a hiccup of hesitation I state that ‘Resiliency’ is an album in which you can press play and let it ride. There was not a moment I found myself wanting to skip to the next track. – By Lance Turner
I urge you to expose your ears to something which may initially be confusing and make you uncomfortable. But give it more than just a cursory attendance as it has taken me the better part of two weeks to fully comprehend what I was hearing. By Lance Turner
People As Places As People have clearly taken their time and put their best foot forward in crafting a quality EP and I for one will be looking forward to hearing their further output as they carve out a niche within an oversaturated genre. By Lance Turner
It is pure in conviction, effusive in presentation, transparent in sentiment, and effective in delivery. As sure as the sky is blue, In Time We Belong will be included in many Album Of The Year lists. Do not miss out!!! By Lance Turner
Albeit short, a bold effort that should appeal to a wide array of audiences. Most notably Post Rock and Melodic Hardcore. How’s that for contrast? By Lance Turner
Not to discount efforts of Foals, but I am just not feeling it. At best it is underwhelming. There were more notable moments than not, but overall I am still left unfulfilled. By Lance Turner
I’ve click-baited myself to death probing the internet for similar music, but thus far I have come up short in finding anything as stirring as Pallow’s most recent endeavor. By Lance Turner
Downers are an unspoiled example of a band doing things their way. I hear a collection of dudes that are refusing to cleave to a world of acceptance and participation medals created by their peers. By Lance Turner
For those who are familiar with Midas Fall, The Menagerie Inside will not disappoint. For those who are not, give them a listen. Sit down, plug in, and be prepared for an onslaught on your emotions. Both musically and lyrically. By Lance Turner
We Stood Like Kings have outdone themselves. How they have been able to produce such an extraordinary opus is beyond me. I am only thankful that I have been granted the opportunity to hear it. By Lance Turner