The Discovery

by Cloudkicker

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Asha Ash
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Asha Ash The beggining "Genesis Device" reminds me sounds of sirens, that I hear sometimes in my disctrict. It's perfect intro to "Dysphoria" as a culmination. "Viceroy" and "Covington" are great the same. Favorite track: Dysphoria.
Rod Astorga
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Rod Astorga This is, possibly, the heaviest Cloudkicker album ever. As opposed to his more post-metal/post-rock endeavors, this album stands out as a heavy and (I hate to say "djenty" so I'll just say this) "Meshuggah-y" counterpart to Ben Sharp's growing discography. Favorite track: Dysphoria.
Proghead
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Proghead This temporally complex djent is particularly hard to grasp at the first listen.

And even though this album in particular is a little monotone concerning chord progressions, I found it still has that Cloundkicker's sauce. In fact, Cloudkicker albums are quite satisfying when you decipher their time signatures!
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released July 15, 2008

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Cloudkicker Columbus, Ohio

My name is Ben Sharp and I have been making music under the banner of Cloudkicker since 2007. I write, record, mix, and master everything at my home in Columbus.

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