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I TOOK A LOT OF VIAGRA PILLS AND NOW I HAVE A CONSTANT ERECTION
This review made me laugh. I don't care if it wasn't necessary. Nu-metal + bad review = humor.
JONIN are able to seamlessly blend the modern melodic attack of bands like Soilwork, Tool and Into Eternity with the pomp of Eighteen Visions while harnessing the aggression of In Flames and Killswitch Engage.
why was this even reviewed? posted by () on 1/3/2008 3:49:35 PM its too bad, cause i was just about to run out and get this, but not NOW!!
tribunals gay, jonins gay, and this review was sweet
I'm amazed that someone even bothered to record this f*cking tripe, much less release it.
lambgoat reviews some weird shit. and sometimes fails to review pretty big releases
Sounds like Matt Tribunal was the only reason this album review made it to Lambgoat.
I actually kinda want to there this now. nU-MeTalz 4 lYfe!
lol @ It seems like "The Secret" was designed to stay a secret, and thankfully so.
lol @ "favorite track: n/a". being from NC, i've seen this band. this review is spot-on.
wow what a f*cking bad album and f*cking even worse review.
premonitions of war was so f*cking tight. unrelated, but i'd rather think of POW then read this dumbass review
When the singer of Jonin sings on Killwhitneydead songs, he actually has a pretty kickass voice. Then I listen to their own shit and it's lame. Which is funny, because The Demonstration is way better than KWD. I know that's like Batman being way better than Bruce Wayne, but it's true in the same way. This shit brings hard sucking. Of c-cks.
This review is cut & dry straight truth. I've seen this band, heard the cd and Jonin are one of the most over-rated acts in the Raleigh, NC area. If you think the cd is pompous yet boring DO NOT waste your money on seeing these guys live, they bring nothing to the stage but dry personalities to go with stale music.
Wow. That was a pretty harsh review, and while I will admit that Jonin aren't particularly my style or by any means a GREAT band, I would have to disagree with a few parts of this review.I don't find the drumming to be that lazy or inept really.In certain parts the drumming is subtle but if you listen closer there is some downright interesting stuff going on, especially on "The March" and "Shameless.I also don't see the lyrics to be that asinine, oddly enough I think the vocals on "Shameless" ar
I too thought the review was a bit harsh until I searched and listened to the songs on their myspace page. Now, I think the review is pointless and wonder why it was even done. Trapt have this shit nailed and someone needs to let the guitarists know that the 80's are over and it's a good thing. Nu-metal is a compliment to these fools passing themselves off as an actual band.