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Since this Savannah, Georgia, United States quintet first formed in early 2001, worrying about genre limitations has never been a priority. Taking musical chances, however, always has been. While Kylesa are as heavy as any band out there, they are beholden to no one scene and no preconceived notions of what heavy music should be.

"Lots of people like to stick to one kind of music," guitarist/vocalist Phillip Cope elaborates, "and even with the underground, lots of people… read more

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  • Ultra violet is really good, but I think Static Tension and To Walk a Middle Course are their best albums
  • Surprised to see people think their music has steadily declined. I think Kylesa just get better n better. Exhausting Fire slays, crushes, and is beautiful.
  • 'Moving Day' is the Hammock Review's 21st greatest song of 2015
  • singing in tune is preferrable even if you're in psychedelic metal band. Night Drive could have been much better.
  • Ultraviolet is so good
  • Don't really mind the direction they went in, but exhausting fire is definitely a bit of a letdown compared to the two albums that came before it. Ultraviolet in particular was brilliant.
  • New album is ok. I really like the sorta Pink Floyd/Karma To Burn sounds of "Shaping the Southern Sky". There's some good stuff on the album but there's some drivel too. I think Laura should just do all the singing. Lastly, the cover of Paranoid is dreadful. They should've just done it at normal speed, trying to make is sound tripping and cool hasn't worked.
  • new album is enjoyable the whole way through. [4]
  • pozdrowienia ze Śląska dla fanów Kylesa
  • new album is enjoyable the whole way through. [3]

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