Five Stars From Sea of Tranquility

Sea of Tranquility (Music for the New Intellectual) has given Slug Comparison a FIVE STAR album review, calling it “a tremendous piece of work that’s enlightening and dark and dank all at the same time.” The author of the review, Butch Jones, has also written about Fen’s Trails Out Of Gloom and Of Losing Interest. Thanks Butch!

A Review from Denmark’s Power of Metal

Rob at Denmark’s Power of Metal has put his thoughts on the Slug Comparison album here, rating it 90/100. In his review, he likens the vocals to Thomas Giles Rogers of Between The Buried And Me and Casey McPherson of Flying Colors, introducing me to a couple of bands I’d never heard before.

Rob, whose knowledge of prog/metal music is enormous, also runs a facebook page that posts a ridiculous number of interesting and sometimes awesome prog songs every day. I had no idea how uninformed I was until I liked the page–I suggest you do the same, here.

The RingMaster Review’s Radio Show

This week Slug Comparison is one of the featured artists on The RingMaster Review’s radio show. It will broadcast on Reputation Radio. Listen here at the following times: every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 04:00 GMT – 23:00 EST – 20:00 PST
22:00 GMT – 17:00 EST – 14:00 PST.

And if you missed The RingMaster Review’s Slug Comparison album review, find it here.

Did you get here via The Autopsy Report?

If yes, then contact Slug Comparison. Each day this week, the first three people to send a message will get a free download of the album.

If you don’t even know about The Autopsy Report, then… This week, February 9th – 15th, Slug Comparison will feature on The Autopsy Report Metal Radio Show, hosted by Metal eccentric Gramie Dee, and broadcast on stations around the world. Find a time that suits you (click on ‘stations’ for programming schedule), then “Prepare to be Dissected!”

First Slug Comparison Review in German

Today Slug Comparison was featured on the German website, Living Music Blog. Writer Cristina Somcutean describes the album as “a mixture of prog rock, alternative, synthetic sounds, gothic, and gloom.” Yup, that sounds about right. If you don’t speak German, the review can be twisted into your mother tongue using Google translate, which is always a bit of fun.