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In late 2000s, several noisy art-pop bands emerged on the music scene and received mixed reactions from various fans of music. Several people claimed the lo-fi aesthetics of the group soiled the music and rendered it almost unlistenable. Other claimed that it was artistry in its truest form and worthy of critical praise. Eat Skull is one of these bands that's extremely loud and, um, noisy. The Portland, Oregon-based group's recorded material sounds like it was laid down by someone who called an answering machine and held up the phone to the collective noise that the band was creating. Needless to say, Eat Skull sounds like a bunch of adolescents who don't believe in learning chord progressions or melodic timing. But this is part of the beauty of the band's aesthetic--an almost anyone can do it mentality.
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