24-02-2021 02:57 GMT
|Music by indie band, Kysmet on Apple Music | Spotify|
"The Boundaries Of Man"
If those words mean anything to you forget about what they mean because they are about to take on a whole new meaning. This balls-out loud album is furiously satisfying. It feels dirty AND painful. It hurts so sweet. It's so indescribably good you’ll feel so wrong after doing it – you know, like some really good drugs (Oops!! So we’ve heard. Wink, wink).
The only way you’ll be able to match the rush you'll get from this album the first time you Listen to it is by jumping off a roof with your headphones on blast and listening to it (don't do it please).
It's God's answer to bigger cocks and louder music
Don’t listen to this album if you are used to the soft stuff – you know Ozzy Osbourne, KISS and all those really tough guys with fur coats softer than Beyoncé’s booty. This record is fiery in ways you’ll never be able to comprehend unless you paid the Devil a visit in hell and grabbed him by the horns (we’ve done it before, it wasn’t pretty). When you put on your headphones and listen to it even on a moderately loud level you’ll feel like the Ghost Rider racing down a dusty old road at superhigh speed with a vengeance and a skull burning ferociously for a head. If you thought the "loudness wars", which has plagued the music industry for several decades now was a problem you’ll start to see that problem in a whole new light after listening to this. To say the 11 track extravaganza of rage is controlled chaos is an understatement, in fact calling it purposeful chaos or desirable chaos would still not do justice explaining what you are about to hear. The only thing that is advisable is that the first time you listen to it you should probably do it with a pair of worn out speakers that you are just far enough away from to not get your head blown off. Have you seen the intro of the video for that amazing Michael Jackson record “Black Or White”? Well, just like the massive sound system used there, even the first note played on this album alone is liable to send your chair rocketing through the roof and land you somewhere in Africa surrounded by, well, Africans.
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