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2012 EP from the Canadian sludge metallers, for fans of Baroness & Kylesa
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  • Audio CD (October 22, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: October 22, 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Metal Blade
  • Run Time: 44 minutes
  • ASIN: B008W68H1I
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #129,227 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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It seems lately that I have a penchant for the sludge, doom, stoner side of the metal world. With bands like High on Fire, Orange Goblin, Dawnbringer, The Sword filling my MP3 player I am starting to see a pattern of down-tuned aural goodness developing. Bison BC has just been added to that list above thanks to their spectacular new release Lovelessness! This album has a ridiculous amount of momentum to it that allows the listener to become one with the music and almost drown in all of the sludgy goodness that emanates from the speakers. Bison BC have joined forces with mega-producer Sanford Parker and from the virtual tar pits have brought forth a monolith. Hyperbole aside this album does everything right and should put Bison BC on the map right next to the bands mentioned earlier including the (my opinion) overrated Mastodon. The intricate and delicate co-vocals allows for a different take on what happen to be some of the most heartfelt songs you will hear from a band that is this manly in both looks and sound. The musical collaboration allows for the music to penetrate deep into your soul and grab on and refuse to let go. After several listens to this album it becomes clear that the layers are strong and the use of the bass as a focal point just adds to that chugging locomotive of sound that they have created. If you love your metal from the depths of the basement then you will be appropriately impressed with what Bison BC have been able to accomplish with Lovelessness.
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Prior to hearing ‘Lovelessness’ for the first time, I’d read quite a bit about Bison B.C. – who may or may continue to utilize the shortened moniker ‘Bison’ in their home country of Canada, and who may or may not have added the ‘B.C.’ to refer to their home province of British Columbia – but had never actually heard their music. Thankfully, I’m not one to put much stock in labels or random associations, because most of what I’d read turns out to be bafflingly untrue – or at least unreliable, considering the differences between the stories and descriptions in cyberspace and the actual sounds produced by the four musicians (James Farwell, Brad McKinnon, Masa Anzai, and Dan And) collectively known as Bison B.C. from here on out. What does all of that mean? Ultimately… nothing. The sound of ‘Lovelessness’ is akin, both in spirit and in sonic intensity, to ‘Blessed Black Wings’ era High On Fire and to ‘Blue Record’ era Baroness in equal measure. This band is compelled by the power of the riff, with sizable helpings of melody and somewhat off-kilter arrangements piled on to keep things from devolving into the realm of repetitive stoner rock jamminess. There are some hardcore elements in play, but only in the same sense that there are hardcore elements present in the music of High On Fire, a band that I find to be most comparable – in a purely positive way, I assure you – to Bison B.C. As for the things I’d been reading online… I cannot figure out how or why anyone – anywhere, at any time, and for any reason – ever decided that Bison B.C. had anything to do with pop-punk, steampunk, or straight-up metalcore… unless there was something else happening on the band’s earlier records that does not come across here. ‘Lovelessness’ is a face-pummeling riff-fest that conjures up images of Orange amplifiers and beat-up Les Pauls and unkempt beards and a seemingly unlimited supply of Pabst Blue Ribbon to me, and to that I say, simply: hell yeah.
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These guys just keep getting better. Dark Ages and Quiet Earth are both classic albums in the sludge-stoner rock-prog metal genre and this most recent release does not disappoint. It's heavy as hell, has lots of good grooves and is not too catchy that it gets old quick. Like their previous releases, there is a lot going on here and multiple listens are required to fully digest this stuff. It does not get old. Anxiety Puke/Lovelessness is one of the best tracks these guys have done- it has everything Bison BC does well- tempo changes, genre changes, killer grooves, great guitar/drum work and typically awesome Bison BC lyrics. Well worth the money. Get it. Support these guys.
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