Monday, March 16, 2020

A Review from Spin Magazine

We've been tempering our anticipation for Gigaton, trying to be optimistic, but scared that our favorite band was never going to recapture the magic of their earliest efforst.  The latest review from Spin Magazine, gives us reason to have hope.
As it turns out, Gigaton has a little something for everyone. It’s a complex, dynamic album full of earnest emotion and subtle humor. Its form factor recalls both 1996’s No Code and 1998’s Yield, two wildly underrated records that provided a blueprint for the band’s sustainable growth and ongoing appeal by showcasing their incremental, yet relentless, experimentation.