Originally Posted by TheCunningStunt
I can feel it's going to be a genre I'm gonna still dislike, or be indifferent to. But I suppose it'd be nice to have a few Post-Rock albums that are an exception to the rule.
I find Sigur Ros to be terrible. Who'z wiv meh?
I download one album at a time and listen to it, sometimes 2 or 3 but I don't download more than that at a time. I get all confused about what's been listened to and what hasn't if I do.
You should give in and give it a listen, I've been listening to it most of the night.
I started to listen to their album a while ago, I got bored.
One to revisit me thinks.
A post-rock band you may be able to get into is The Low Frequency in Stereo. They're a Norwegian band and there style of post-rock focuses less on atmosphere and ambiance and more on fuzzy noise and jazz, but still retaining the beautiful melodies famous with post-rock. Their 2009 album Futuro
would be a good place to start.
Anyways, Dayvan what was so strange about Diablo Swing Orchestra? It was pretty standard metal and a swing-revival sound merged together. I mean I know it's not something you'll hear every day, swing metal, but I mean just wait till you get into some of Solefald's stuff, or even Mr. Bungle. I'm glad you enjoyed it none-the-less, the reason I suggested their newest release rather than their 2006 debut is because the operatic vocals could be a bit much at times, but it's still definitely something to look into if you liked what you heard. It's called The Butcher's Ballroom (2006)