De-Loused In The Comatorium reviews— 14 total
14 user reviews of De-Loused In The Comatorium by The Mars Volta
the prgressive shifting sonic landscape and the dark, oprressive yet uplifting lyrical content match perfectly, and the band just seems...
It's just so polished, so solid that it really is above their past (and what became their future albums).
Not a bad moment. I could listen to it on repeat constantly, every day, and never get tired of it.
The Mars Volta has such a unique sound that it's hard to even compare them to other bands.
The Mars Volta are their own seperate entity from any other band in music to me; and I love their...
The most impressive tracks would have to be: Inertiatic ESP, Roulette Dares (The Haunt Of), Eriatarka, Cicatriz ESP, and Take...
It doesn't set it's eyes to any particular group of people or any particular subject.
The Mars Volta are obviously inspired by Tool and Pink Floyd, yet manage to create something completely original.
I love that all the instruments come together so well and the band is so close in their sound.
I love this cd, and if it were lost, I would definitely buy it again.
Tremulant was good, but this is just on a whole different plateau, if you will.
I recommend this album for anyone with musical taste, and a sense of imagination..
But compared to this debut effort from hte Mars Volta, it is quite mediocre.
Very daring, very atmospheric, and gargantuan in scope, this is probably one of the best guitar albums this year, and...