Timotheus wrote:Not as much as Cauterize, but I definitely didn't dislike it. I think the double albums had 4 or 5 really good songs, a bunch of songs averaging between good and okay and then a handful of fillers. My previous comment wasn't a diss at Cauterize or Dust. I just don't like the idea of them scraping the barrel like that. It literally would be quantity over quality.
Which I don't think they're doing by the way. I was just responding to Shea's post.
Mark's has kind of always done that, he never seems to let any riffs die. If you think about how many tidbits were in ts&s dvd that eventually made it into songs. It's not really scrapping the barrel if it's something you really liked it just didn't work the first go round.