Just like "Subdivisions," this single is a masterful cover of Rush that takes all of their proggy greatness and combines it with powerful death-metal-inspired guitar work! I can't help but rock out to Allegaeon-meets-Rush, no matter what!
punishing you with the most crushingly cosmic; blissful, violent, majestic; psychedelic visions of entropy and conquerment by the space-slug-slime slave overlords you never knew you wanted. an incredible experience bar none. ∞/10 ggallinwench
The unorthodox and clever use of the saxophone makes this album stand out from its peers. It's something which I only heard once before in The Faceless' 2012 release Autotheism Movement. Where Owls Know My Name left me craving for more! Alex Jesus