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Sean Reveron

Sean Reveron

  • Get this midnight chill. We should smoke while listening to this Bea

  • Well, as with most of the CVLT reviews, you’ve grossly overstated yourselves, but the record is definitely pretty good. We’ll balanced mix, but less than horrifying. I would say that few bands fall into the “horrifying” category.

    Stalaggh, for example, is horrifying. Gnaw Their Tongues is horrifying.

    • What’s horrifying is your idiocy. What’s horrifying to you may not be horrifying to others and vice versa. The article talks about the lyrics especially. Pretty basic. Everyone sees things differently and if you don’t like it you can fuck off and go read your moms music blog instead of hanging out over here.

    • Wow.

      My point here is that the reviews are quite often overly dramatic. I don’t think anyone would disagree that Stalaggh is quite horrifying. Screams of the clinically insane.

      And as for your aggressive text, why are you taking it so personally?

    • nick cave can be be horrifying, the doors were horrifying, diamanda galas is horrifying, the swans are horrifying. you’re just an easely impressionable person living out of cliches. GTT you can’t even hear a single lyric, could be lyrics about hamsters for all we know.

    • and again, if you think reviewers suck, go write your own reviews or go read another site. people put a lot of work into this shit, and its merely the way they see it, and you can take someone’s opinion to discover something new and then make your own opinion, instead of shitting on people’s work.

    • Someone’s triggered

    • Nick Cave is horrifying?

      The Doors wrote music in the 60’s.

      I can agree that some of Diamanda’s live performances have had a horrifying effect.

      Swans? I don’t agree.

      I spent some time as an underground Occult Rock and Black Metal live music manager, so I wouldn’t call me impressionable. It takes a lot to leave an impression on me after seeing some of the things I’ve seen.

      I am not shitting on anyone’s work, I’m simply stating that the reviews are quite often overly dramatic and overstated.

      And I stand by my statement that very few bands fall into the “horrifying” category.

    • And that’s just your opinion man, you think some music is tough shit, others think it’s garbage full only of shock value that wouldn’t scare a first grader. Horrifying can mean many different things to many different people – it’s not just YOUR concept of it. You’re just a grumpy and winey easily impressionable dude who enjoys complaining.

    • Settle down, mate.

    • Mattia Alagna, you have issues.

    • No issues at all just tired of fucking “experts”. “As with most of the cvlt reviews you’ve grossly overstated your self”. What the fuck are you even doing around here then if the site is not of your liking or to your level? Come here and talk shit – of course you’re gonna be singled out ballsack.

    • Wow.
      Indeed, stalaggh puts this band on the ground and pukes faeces on it. But what one finds horrifying other may not. It’s just perspective.
      As a reader of this blog I may say all reviews are full of energy and overly dramatic. That’s what I like about Cvlt Nation, actually.
      This debate of what’s more this or that goes nowhere. And putting your opinion on internet open doors to contestation. This hole thing here it’s pointless the moment one starts acting agressive towards the other. Wouldn’t be more interesting if only we could learn and grow with each others opinion?
      When I first listened to Antichrist Svperstar by Manson I found it disturbing in many ways, now it’s almost child’s play. It’s all relative, folks.
      Peace!

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