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Board Up the House [Vinyl]

Genghis TronVinyl
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Things Don't Look Good


Genghis Tron want to eat your brains.

Well, maybe they don’t, but they do want to at least poke at it a little. Their new album ‘Board Up The House’, evokes vivid emotional responses from panic to relief, hope to despair, and just about everything in between. And the best way to manipulate moods in such a way is to manipulate sounds, which is what Genghis Tron does ... Read more in Amazon's Genghis Tron Store

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Product Details

  • Vinyl (March 25, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Lovepump United
  • ASIN: B00140KWLC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #738,739 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Board Up the House
2. Endless Teeth
3. Things Don't Look Good
4. Recursion
5. I Won't Come Back Alive
6. City on a Hill
7. The Whips Blow Back
8. Colony Collapse
9. The Feast
10. Ergot
11. Relief

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Destructive Formula Advanced and Bettered July 15, 2008
Format:Audio CD
A crazily ticking metronome with an odd beat opens up 2008's Board Up the House. It serves as a good expectation of what's about to come; an ungainly mixture of grind's menace and speed, Coil-like electronic weirdness, and a more advanced sense of space and depth. The vocals come in two shapes, one being a paralyzing screech that reminds you A LOT like Jacob Bannon, and the other is a somewhat robotic and haunting clean vox full of sad and creepy melody. The drums feel less mechanical, more human. Toolkit from Hell I think.

"Board Up the House" begins the album with an extended statement of what's to come. Everything is more integrated, looser while fitting more ingeniously with each riff/keyboard lead. The all out balls to the wall destruction isn't as haywire as before, but song's flow is incredible.

Next comes the blasting cybergrind of "Endless Teeth" and leads the way to "Things Don't Look Good" This gives you the first peak at GT's way with melody. An ambient piece noodles around until "I Won't Come Back Alive." This song is more of the same formula, but with the same sense of epic approach. And when you spark up the joint you'll realize this album is a lot more doom-y and trippy than any band mashing such parts together ever should. "City on a Hill" is similar to the title track from Dead Mountain Mouth, and the next two songs continue in similar fashion.

Then, as if to let you know this band is still as heavy as the last two albums, Greg Puciato from the Dillinger Escape Plan pops in to drop a bomb. "The Feast" is one of the most jarring, searing, and face-destroying pieces GT has done. A slight interlude goes on before the last track arrives.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars GT's "Rubber Soul" July 29, 2008
Format:Audio CD
I pre-ordered this CD and have been loving it every since it came out. It shows a fair amount of maturity over GT's previous efforts. The boys have found a way to give coherence to the chaos, and rather than that being a bad thing, it comes out sounding like they've hit their stride. This album sounds smart, layered and finished.

In my opinion, this album sounds more 'heavy metal' than their previous efforts. There are moments on the cd that sound like a garden variety metal band. Thankfully these moments don't last more than a few seconds, and it generally adds to the 'thickness' of the sound rather than sounding generic. I think this mostly comes from the new drum sound (Drumkit From Hell, maybe?) and the new guitar amp. Take that as you will, but either way I think this album has cemented GT's place as America's greatest band and puts them among the most important groups of artists working in any media. Support these guys. I don't give 5 star reviews very often.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Nice album September 23, 2014
Format:Audio CD
Heard of these guys a long time ago, back when Dead Mountain Mouth came out, back when MySpace was the thing, but I could never find their albums. Then I forgot about them. After some years, I was going through some of my old bookmarks, and their name came up. Glad it did. So I bought a few of their albums together. Just awesome random but cool music.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Weird stuff November 1, 2013
By Warren
Format:MP3 Music
Just got into Cybergrind and Nintendocore and this band plays this s*** awesome just love the production of the sound its great and the songs a just epic.

Recommend to a Nintendocore fan or CyberGrind fand
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5.0 out of 5 stars Extremely Loud and Incredibly Complex August 27, 2013
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Genghis Tron is unquestionably one of the most talented and interesting bands in the metal category. But they're harder to categorize than a metal band who's doing something unique. They're more than that. Imagine a mix between 'Aphex Twin' and 'Between the Buried and Me'. If you're a fan of metal, you need this album. If you're a fan of experimental music, you need this album. This album is alive and electrically charged.
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