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I'm very proud of these guys..... 26 Aug 2005
By Guy Bro - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
.... they have come a long way since their previous album.

At the time that "Impact" was released, I was in a Metal Music funk. I own just about all of the overseas Metal CD's from the most prominent bands and I've listened to them all at a minimum of 13 times. One day I walked into a Barnes and Noble while wearing a "The Haunted Made Me Do It" hoodie. One of the clerks there saw it and we struck up a metal conversation. It went to everything from Edge of Sanity to HateSphere and was very engaging. Little did we know, we had talked so long the store was about to close. As he and I parted ways, he said one last thing, "Hey, when you get home tonight. Look in to a band called Dew-Scented."

I did.

Their intensity struck me as the first thing I noticed from them. The songs sounded good from the 30-second samples and I went out and bought Impact the next day. Overall, it was a VERY standard thrash release. I mean, if early Slayer is an example of OUTSTANDING thrash, then Dew-Scented's "Impact" should be the no-thrills standard.

Unfortunately, that was the problem with "Impact". It was just very, bleh. The way one reviewer felt about "Issue VI" is the way I feel about "Impact". However, I wanted to give Dew-Scented another chance and I am happy to say that I did.

"Issue VI" is a big step up for these guys. In this album, they are starting to layer their songs better to give them a lasting appeal. I was really amazed to hear the first few tracks from this album. I knew it was Dew-Scented, but I couldn't BELIEVE it was Dew-Scented. Their sound is starting to grow and become multi-faceted and that makes for a very entertaining album.

I do recommend this if you want to give Dew-Scented another chance, want a new metal CD, or if you are already a fan of theirs but haven't bought this one yet.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
great thrash!!! non-stop, stompin metal!!! 27 Feb 2006
By Nexus05 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
to put it in a nut shell, i gave it 4 cuz this new singer could be better, i prefer the other one from their previous album wich in my opinion is a better album, and thrashier-buy that one first thats a straight 5!!

But this cd is good, technically and produced very well, guys can play extremely well, i doubt that thrash is ever mis-represented here...worth the purchase though..i enjoyed it..lyrics are a plus too!!!
Dew Scented: funny name, serious music 18 Oct 2006
By A. Stutheit - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Dew Scented sure have plenty of competition in the thrash scene today, but in this day and age, when 90 percent of all thrash bands are either melodic or hardcore influenced, albums like Dew Scented's latest, "Issue VI," pretty much stand alone. The group's sixth effort, and their third for Nuclear Blast Records, finds them competing with the likes of Sodom and Kreator for Germany's speed metal crown, and while they are still a notch below those bands, they are every bit as fast, potent, and promising as most groups from Deutschland.

"Issue VI" packs a powerful, persistent, pile-driving punch. It also thrashes with an intensity and energy which most bands wouldn't dare rival, so it kind of sounds fresh and new, like the genre is getting new life pumped into it. From wall to wall, this disc is an attack-the-jugular, hold-nothing-back thrash attack. The guitar leads are smokin', the guitarists aren't afraid to solo (they rip out at least one in every song), and the barked vocals are somewhat unique for this genre.

"Processing Life" begins the album with a bit of feedback before launching into a very strong, ultra-fast, almost blinding guitar lead and hammering drum beat. This song also features four back-to-back guitar solos. "Ruins Of Hope" augments thumping drums with blazing, bulldozing guitars, and the next track, "Out Of The Self," almost careens. Later on, "The Prison Of Reason" brings barnburning riffs and two nice, mazey solos; "Bled Dry" is an explosive, rapid fire onslaught; "In Defeat" features a catchy, punching, staccato rhythm and cracking drums; and, lastly, "Conceptual End" is driven by a scorching, rocketing maelstrom of whooshing guitars.

Darn near every second of "Issue VI" flies by without a moment of relief. The problem with this is by album's end, all the songs are plowing and grooving at almost the same speed, and thus, they become somewhat predictable. Nonetheless, this album is a satisfying thrash serving, and I think I smell a great band in the works here!
dew scented prt 2 2 Sep 2013
By Fred - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
again - just had to have it on cd after passing it by for other things (it happens) so there you go ..... thrash
Great heavy, straight-forward metal album 22 Jun 2012
By Erik - Published on Amazon.com
Sure, the name threw me off at first but I absolutely love this band. I have heard a few people say they don't like the vocals, but give it a few listens, they just add to the aggressiveness. This particular album is a great if you're looking for straight forward, heavy, driving metal songs that are all quite catchy. I have found it hard to find consistently good thrash/death albums, like the Haunted's Made Me Do It, or At the Gates Slaughter of the Soul (I know, some might call it blasphemy to compare to that album) but I really think this album is good. There are plenty of bands playing this style, but most of their albums have a big portion of not-so-great moments. This one is solid all the way through.
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