album review: frog eyes
    • FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 2010

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    Synth lovers and psychedelic rock aficionados alike rejoice. Frog Eyes is back. Led by songwriter/howler/fellow Canadian Carey Mercer, the band is following up 2007's Tears Of The Valedictorian with Paul's Tomb: A Triumph (out 4/27 on Dead Oceans). Even without multitasking Renaissance man Spencer Krug, the band delivers the sound listeners have grown to love: a howling mad man in an echo heavy rock and roll cabaret. Add some crashing drums, distorted synths, and trippy guitar flourishes, and you get Paul's Tomb: A Triumph.
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