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Kylesa - Time Will Fuse It's Worth Review

by Mike Rapin

My Friday mornings are never anything special: I wake up at 9AM, take a shower, get dressed, then go to class. It wasn't until this past Friday (November 24th) that my Fridays were made that much better. A simple listen of Kylesa's Time Will Fuse It's Worth made everything on that day better.

In all seriousness, this album really grows on you. And like a flesh eating virus or a small child, at first you don't like it because you think it's annoying and is going to be the end of you, but in the end you see that it is something beautiful and worthwhile. Kylesa mixes drone-y guitars with insane yells and screams that only truly gifted musicians can throw together (and I say throw together in the best of ways).

If I may be blunt (as I usually am), I will say that this album had me tripping on sonic acid. My mind was really blown away about 98% of the time. I felt the pounding of each guitar strum, each syllable, each bass pedal hit, each snare hit. It is definitely something to bang your head to while rocking the f*** out. The slower take on deep and dark metal that Kylesa uses rises the angry soul of any man who listens, and it is in the benefit of all to listen.

Seeing that I was slightly afraid of listening to this album, due to the fact that I really was unsure of what to expect, I was really glad to be very pleased with the album. Not once was I slightly letdown and I will definitely be keeping Time Will Fuse It's Worth in my CD library, so long as I need that angry soul of mine awakened.

Track Listing:
1. Intro
2. What Becomes an End
3. Hollow Severer
4. Where the Horizon Unfolds
5. Between Silence and Sound
6. Intermission
7. Identity Defined
8. Ignor Anger
9. The Warning
10. Outro

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Kylesa - Time Will Fuse It's Worth

Label:Prosthetic Records

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