Rings of Saturn “Gidim”

The band emerges from the drawing board with the strongest batch of songs they’ve ever written.  While their technical prowess has never been challenged, the songwriting of each release just seemed like a bunch of random nonsense smashed together into one. This album brings to mind Beneath the Massacre, who always showcased incredible talent in sandwiching their off the wall noodling with top notch groove and cohesion that made them a scene highlight. This would be the ROS album to convert the disenfranchised or maybe those who never saw any value to the force of the act’s prior releases.

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