There has never been such a multi-faceted group of gents to create the criminally overlooked EPs DIG released with increasing displays of musical prowess time and again.This is a phenomenal rock release that deserves recognition as being worthy of infinite replay
Favorite track: Santa Muerte.
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My first Rolo Tomassi experience, Time Will Die... is a gem buried underneath loads of mediocre releases trying to puzzle different styles together. Very bipolar and moving in between both ends, Time Will Die... combines both the beautiful, yearning melodies and the screaming, swirling coma. Enchanting and a very rewarding listen. David Fischer
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Car Bomb is compared to Meshuggah too often, probably as a result of everyone trying to define their sound. To me, the difference between the two is Car Bomb's ability to innovate. They're known for a repertoire of unique guitar screeches and dive-bombs, and there's a new library of them on every album. Meta is no exception -- it's the latest vehicle for their brutal, genre-subverting creativity. Hoffman kills it on this album especially. John