Prove me wrong Polkadot Cadaver, prove me wrong. Review by Conor Fynes Prog Reviewer. Great tracks, but the Polkadot Cadaver magic is just not there. I immediately pre-ordered the release off the band's website and marked my calender!
Here is the single for the second album by Polkadot Cadaver, an avant-garde metal project that rose from the ashes of the Baltimore band Dog Fashion Disco. That adds points right off the bat for 'Sex Offender', but like many avant-garde ventures, not everything here works.
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It's not that I dislike this album since it clearly has a few amazing moments. Sex Offender rates just above the excellent level but I it's definitely standing on the edge to the good, but non-essential territory. The melodies are kept strong during the album's better parts, and while there are many pop conventions here, the weirdness is brought forth through some experimentation with different electronic sounds and obscure lyricism.
Although the music polka dot cadaver sex offender download itunes in Waco grow with a few listens, the songs still feel a bit lacking, as if they are stuck in some uncomfortable limbo between aiming to be catchy, and aiming to be weird.
The composition itself is really nothing special, following the previously mentioned formula. Luckily the band announced "Sex Offender" in February One clear diversion from the previous sound of Dog Fashion Disco is the addition of two acoustic tracks Haunted Holiday and Chloroform Girl which might seem all sweet and innocent until you start uncovering their lyrical content!
The circus tent is pulled back so to speak, and all the oddities come out to play. Now here comes what I believe will be the one track a lot of people will be talking about. Here is the single for the second album by Polkadot Cadaver, an avant-garde metal project that rose from the ashes of the Baltimore band Dog Fashion Disco.
Unfortunately, it's nowhere near as mindbogglingly amazing as the debut album.