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Drawing Black Lines makes good listen. . .
on March 28, 2004
I posted a former review, titled "DBL Underestimated. . .", so if you have read it I need to correct myself. I had just listened to it for the first few times, and I was ecstatic. The album does indeed rock very hard, but they are not consistant enough. It seems that every other song is the good one, and sometimes not even that.
But the songs that are hard are HARD (mostly Stein's Theme, One Armed Man, and Set Me Up). Still, by all means, purchase this cd. You won't regret it. It is still a head-banging hard album. That is what I like about Project 86 in the first place - they don't just scream, or don't just play loud music (some groups only do one of each, such as most hard core/death metal groups). But P86 does BOTH. And very well, too.
Buy this cd. It makes a great listen, just not normally past the first seven tracks, and even then you have to skip a few to retain the 'hard rock' sound that you may crave. You may personally like their 'slower' songs, but I personally don't. It makes no sense to listen to them after just hearing the incredibly, heavy metal/rock sound they've just performed.
I'd give this album a good review any day. . .