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Human is the fourth studio album by American death metal band Death, released on October 22, 1991, by Relativity Records. The album marked the beginning of a major stylistic change for Death, being more technically complex and progressive than the band's previous efforts. This new style would continue to evolve on all following Death albums

Hearing damage is an accumulation of damage to your ears throughout life. I don't think you've done any permanent damage. Nikolas hearing damage is a pretty legit concern for a lot of musicians, i don't know a lot about the limit of human ears, but if its painful at all, or the dulling sensation lasts for more than a day, i'd be worried.

1000 sq ft live room w/iso booth  . h someone who made me feel comfortable and secure in my vocal performance, and who balanced his own creative ideas with what we were looking for as a band.

Shorter rehearsal sessions are another good approach to protecting teens hearing, because it breaks up the time for which they are exposed to potentially damaging decibel levels. Increased awareness among teens and bandleaders of the importance of reducing instrument sound levels when playing indoors is also key. To best protect the hearing of marching band members, a joint effort between students, band leaders, and parents is recommended.

Hearing loss is about volume and time, says Dr. Stacey Silvers, MD, of Madison ENT & Facial Plastic Surgery in NYC, who is board certified in otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat specialist). How loud and how long is the live band music? The more exposure you have, the more risk, says Silvers. Some people are die-hard fans of live bands, attending their shows for several hours every week. Permissible exposure time refers to the time limit, per decibel amount, before hearing damage can result. A decibel (dB) is a unit of sound volume. If you enjoy regularly or EVEN OCCASIONALLY attending live band performances, check this out:, 88 dB: four hours, 91 dB: two hours, 94 dB: one hour, 97 dB: 30 minutes, 100 dB: 15 minutes. Just how loud is that live band that you’re sitting only 30 feet from?

Any hearing damage would have substantial impact on that experience. This article takes a look at the process of human hearing and offers guidelines for safe listening. Noise-induced hearing damage. Two types of hearing damage can result from exposure to loud noise: sensineural hearing loss and tinnitus. Sensorineural hearing loss happens in the inner ear when high energy sound waves, rippling through ear fluid, overstimulate and kill hair cells. When hair cells for a band of frequencies are destroyed, those frequencies are no longer heard.


A1 Silver Violence
A2 Off
A3 Econo Praxia
A4 Saint Red Road Trip
A5 The Shaker Pt 1
B1 Sixth Sense Incense On X-Mess
B2 A Hole
B3 Byron Lives
B4 Liquid Paper


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In a similar citation-heavy mode of album making, Human Adult Band fork over their first LP after celebrating a decade of existence. “Influence” may be too deliberate a term for what’s demonstrated here as one doesn’t necessarily need to study the catalogs of the Buttholes to draw the same conclusions; yet the comparisons still hold and suggest if nothing else a kindred interest in sweating the same structural assumptions. An inevitable reference for the band, “Off” is like the best of Hammerhead’s ‘Ethereal Killer’, and “Silver Violence” and “Econo Praxia” both fake a brooding stew before breaking into the fuzzed-over vocals and hypnotic buzz of Nirvana’s ‘Bleach’, with traces of Mudhoney, Shellac, Unsane. These moments are many, and capture the band at their best – part revivalists, part stalwarts – but they attest to their cognizance through relatively odd-ball tracks like the roadhouse psychedelia of “The Shaker Pt. 1,” the Truman’s Water thrash of “Sixth Sense Incense on X-Mess,” or the Shimmy Disc fodder “A Hole”. Half-between these world, “Byron Lives” is like a mad-mash of discordant jangle, swirling noise, and workhorse percussion stifling a Chicagoan Pegboy/Vic Bondi non-sing (if I bothered to squint at the lyrics, I’d likely find it in tribute to Coley, or more likely Gysin, but surely not the Lord dandy). There’s a coldness to the ‘Hearing Damage Sessions’ – marked by the tinny, trebly percussion and sagging wah of rhythm section – comparable to the emergence of Unwound’s ‘New Plastic Ideas’, sounding like they switched drugs or gave them up altogether. Here’s to another 10 years of keeping us guessing. Recommended. Edition of 500. A co-release with Heat Retention records. --Review taken from Animal Psi Blog
Human Adult Band - Hearing Damage Sessions album flac
Performer: Human Adult Band
Title: Hearing Damage Sessions
Category: Rock
Released: 2012
Rating: 4.5/5
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