In Praise of Folly has three sonorous guitarists, Matthew Dammer, Peter Verdoes, and Benjamin Verdoes, the last fellow also handling drums and vocals. Does that listing make the vocals seem like an afterthought, which is often the case with textural art-punk metal? Banish the thought. Means/Ends features Verdoes’ truly exceptional song-speak-warble style throughout, an emotional thing somehow fragile and contemplative in the middle of these rattling grandiose arias. Somehow, he can powerfully play the drums simultaneously while handling the spiritual and mendacious drama of the ontologically-based lyrics.
Edited by mannequinish on 29 Nov 2006, 03:41
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