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Baroness/Unpersons

A Grey Sigh In A Flower Husk (Split)

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Released on June 19, 2007


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A brand new CD split between two of Savannah, Georgia’s heaviest. BARONESS unleashes two long tracks of rock bombast that’s been described as “Tragedy meets Electric Wizard meets The Fucking Champs.” UNPERSONS respond with four tracks of genre-meshing crush (elements of death metal, hardcore, stoner rock, etc).

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3 Black Finnegan  0%
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5 Dry Hand  0%
6 A Small Gesture, A Thousand Small Happy Gestures  0%
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Sam from Tasmania, Australia 
Nov 27 2007 Rating: 2/5 Stars

For me this cd spells the begining of the end for Baroness. I love both their previous records but this is starting to get boring. When you then hear their follow up in the Red Album you will see what i mean. The are now fully fledged metal.





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