As the saying goes, ‘you can never have too much of a good thing’. In many cases, this is completely true: Money, love, Saw sequels (according to many of you readers), etc… However, in many instances this is not the case: Think of your favorite candy. You love it, you enjoy it and oftentimes, you crave it. Now imagine if you will, having that candy EVERYDAY. I’m going to guess that very quickly, you will not only tire of the candy, but you will get sick of it completely. The reason I bring this up is simple: ‘Threnody’ by Woe of Tyrants suffers from a you-CAN-have-too-much-of-a-good-thing-problem: the double bass blasting of drummer Johnny Roberts. It never ends. Ever. There are moments when the listener has a second or two reprieve from the bass drum assault, but these moments are few and far between. Roberts thrives on beating the hell out of his bass drums. I’ll give him this, though: The man probably doesn’t have a molecule of fat on his legs.
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