Gunslingers Manifesto Zero

Sat 5th February 2011


/incoming/gunslingers200.jpgThis is one of the worst albums we've ever been sent here at ninehertz towers.

With an unintelligible press release that seems to be speaking to itself and addressing nobody in particular we were left in the dark about what this band entailed until we hit play at the reviews meeting.

I remember the music beginning, no reaction, then the vocals started and we all cocked our heads as the buzzing gobbledegook made its way into our brains without being invited.

Listening to it again alone, the same has happened, quite how (and indeed why) this guy keeps this up I'll never be able to guess.

If you bring to mind the acquired taste that is Primus, a band that have better song titles than actual music, combined with a band who have no ideas and a production that pushes these horrific nasal whinings to the fore, you have an idea. The unrelenting awfulness of this means any merit the other musicians may have brought to the table are easily ignored, pity.

I can only manage about a minute of each track before I am incensed and irritated.

Avoid, at all costs, this is going in the bin.


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    •  Amy BAmy B
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    •  MazzMazz
    • Based on this review...I'm going to get this album
    •  mikemike
    • Braver soul than I.
    •  basstardbasstard
    • I read the blurb on their myspace; they seem pretty convinced of their own genius and world altering significance. The tunes sound pretty duff though.....