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Kylesa - Time Will Fuse Its Worth album flac Performer: Kylesa
Title: Time Will Fuse Its Worth
Style: Punk, Hardcore, Death Metal, Stoner Rock
Released: 2006
MP3 album: 1319 mb
FLAC album: 1607 mb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: AHX DXD XM DMF AC3 AAC ASF
Genre: Rock

Time Will Fuse Its Worth is Kylesa's third full-length album. It was released October 30, 2006 by Prosthetic Records. Phillip Cope – vocals, guitar, keyboards. Laura Pleasants – guitar, vocals. Corey Barhorst – bass, vocals, keyboards. Carl McGinely – drums. Produced By Phillip Cope. Engineered By Phillip Cope, Jay Matheson, Carl McGInley (also the assistant engineer) & Steve Slavich. Scott Hull - mastering.

On Time Fuses its Worth, I think we see the seeds of what Kylesa is now building into on one absolutely fantastic record. Kylesa’s previous works were good, don’t get me wrong, but they were far more reminiscent to the Crowbar/Eyehategod side of things being simple and heavy but not particularly calculated or structured specifically. On this record we start to see the somewhat progressive elements apparent in Kylesas current style taking heed. What the most important factor in the band that this album introduced was their duo-drummer combo that they have going. A simple listen of Kylesa's Time Will Fuse It's Worth made everything on that day better. In all seriousness, this album really grows on you. And like a flesh eating virus or a small child, at first you don't like it because you think it's annoying and is going to be the end of you, but in the end you see that it is something beautiful and worthwhile.

Kylesa - Intro 00:34. Kylesa - What Becomes an End 04:02. Kylesa - Hollow Severer 04:12. Kylesa - Where the Horizon Unfolds 04:53. Kylesa - Between Silence and Sound 06:18. Kylesa - Intermission 02:01. Kylesa - Identity Defined 03:20. Kylesa - Ignoring Anger 05:17. Kylesa - The Warning 06:26. Kylesa - Outro 02:23.

Listen: Kylesa - Lost and Confused. View All. Spiral Shadow. Here Comes the Cowboy.

this came out my sophomore year in high school. fucking jammed it in my car all the time. every album is awesome. but the first couple CDs and splits are the best. Shame they only continued playing Hollow Severer live off of this one after releasing Static Tensions and Spiral Shadow.

Album Name Time Will Fuse Its Worth. 版公司 Prosthetic Records.

Even though it shows significant improvement over Kylesa's past releases, the sound on "Time Will Fuse It's Worth" is far from being mature: By listening to the entire thing, it comes obvious that the band has not yet found its distinct style. The result is a cluster of Stoner/Sludge songs that sound standard and generic compared to other, groundbreaking material from the same genre. The slower moments give a little tease of uniqueness, but it's not long lasting.