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The Wire (8/01, p.55) - "...Each arrangement pulsates with a dark intelligence....Weird and wonderful..."CMJ (8/01, p.80) - "...Inventive....cementing Patton's reputation as an artist..."NME (Magazine) (7/28/01, p.42) - 8 out of 10 - "...Genius...16 reinterpreted scores from movies like ROSEMARY'S BABY, THE OMEN and so forth....Patton croons devilishly while skycrapers collapse behind him, and the result is pure rock operatics..."10.99875

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Uncut (p.156) - 4 stars out of 5 - "PANOPTICON consists largely of instrumental chunks of Mogwai-style post-rock that those with long attention spans will find utterly rewarding."Alternative Press (p.156) - "PANOPTICON sees Isis carving off sprawling slabs of cyclical riffery in more sparing portions, making their force-of-nature heaviness all the more effective as it diffuses seamlessly into a cinematic post-rock galaxy of ringing notes and electronic ephemera." - 5 out of 5Magnet (pp.99-100) - "Isis creates high-concept, staunchly progressive heavy metal....Like a brutal argument, it's emotionally draining but ultimately rewarding."CMJ (p.42) - "PANOPTICON slowly constructs walls of impenetrable sound, an Isis trademark....As each song grows ever more crushing on PANOPTICON, Isis rebuilds itself, evolving with each Darwinistic step."CMJ (p.4) - "[L]ight and dark melodies supported by coagulating, heavy arrangements remain the key ingredient in L.A.-via-Boston psych-metal quintet Isis' eight-minute iron curtains of sound on PANOPTICON."Mojo (Publisher) (p.99) - 4 stars out of 5 - "[A] breathtaking balance of instrumental maelstrom with devastating, near-elemental power - this is music for titans."10.94724

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Alternative Press (p.155) - 4.5 stars out of 5 -- "[They've] done nothing drastic to their gritty, bottom-heavy wall of sound. Instead, they've simply hankered down and spat out the best crop of songs they've ever written."10.91327

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Rolling Stone (p.94) - "Kang's score and the choir's blackened beauty have the weight and menace of Norwegian death metal and British goth without the posing."Spin (p.102) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[T]ruly out there....Inspired by Renaissance-era texts, he utilizes the voices of Mike Patton and Jessika Kenney to render his chillingly phantasmal choral arrangements."10.91327

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Alternative Press (p.177) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "ANONYMOUS might actually be Tomahawk's finest release to date....Distinctly and unambiguously modern."Magnet (p.108) - "Bits of epic sprawl coexist with full-bodied thud rock, making for a diverse, exceptionally dark outing....Denison and Co. have tapped into this stuff's primal, if unexpected vein of power."The Wire (p.59) - "Their riffs and rhythms start as Native-American style throbbing, but expand into post-punk space without becoming goofy pastiche."CMJ (p.43) - "The arrangements shift from doggedly faithful renderings to drastic reconfigurations that stand out as some of the band's heaviest work to date..."Kerrang (Magazine) (p.47) - "ANONYMOUS hypnotizes and enthralls with its traditional Indian instrumentation, constant rhythms and epic, horizonless depth."10.91327

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CMJ (p.41) - "LICKER'S LAST LEG contains a collection of tunes that truly exemplify Goss' growth as one of our great, underappreciated American hard rock songwriters."10.90461

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Magnet (p.57) - "[T]he sequencing of the tracks -- arranged by successive prime numbers -- showcases a keen attention to detail."The Wire (p.64) - "Transcending its function as a score, this music works as a collection of instrumental vignettes, individual yet circular in structure."10.89596

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