Funky bass-led alternative rockers Primus return with their ninth studio full length The Desaturating Seven, which sees Tim Alexander back as the drummer, making this their first album together since 1995. Based around a children’s book about goblins it plays out almost like an all funked up version of avant-garde metallers Ved Buens Ende or Virus.
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7/10 Jack Customer review, 2nd December 2017
"The Desaturating Seven" sounds like a combination of 2014's controversial "Primus and the Chocolate Factory" and 2011's underrated "Green Naugahyde". Those hoping for a return to the early days of their definitive 1991 release "Sailing the Seas of Cheese" might walk away dissapointed. It is not a masterpiece by any means but is a solid addition to the Primus catalog. While clocking short of 35 minutes total in length, the 7 tracks display nice variety along with some very tasteful and up in the mix guitar work
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