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The Artificial Theory for the Dramatic Beauty

24 Aug 2010 | Format: MP3

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2:02
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4:07
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3:55
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4:34
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1:14
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1:53

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  • Label: Gan-Shin GmbH
  • Copyright: (c) Gan Shin
  • Total Length: 25:34
  • Genres:
  • ASIN: B003Y0MV78
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 43,611 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. Webb on 25 Feb 2011
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This Album is an incredible example of the new kinds of music coming out of japan. What Crossfaith do is basically wirte a perfectly good metal song with heavy riffs, lots of double bass drumming, all that stuff, and then they add some synthesisers on top. The result is really handbangable music with somthing special added. The Album is 8 tracks, which is basically 5 songs and intro, an interlude, and an outro. That doesn't sounds like much but it really is quality over quantity. The Overall Production Quality of the album is very good for a bands debut album, the instruments have been synced together nicely and its clear they are talented musicians. Overall i can't stress the importance of owning this album, its a must have for any fan of metal with a twist
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By blah on 6 Oct 2013
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i saw this band recently at reading festival and to be honest wasnt looking forward to seeing them as a friend was going a bit mental saying how good they were. as i am not one to believe people who go over the top at how good anything is i was certainly sceptical. however i was most definitely surprised at how good they are live and was honestly glad i was there. to top it all they played a prodigy song which the audience who already were having a good time went absolutely mad.
recommended.
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I am not sure Japan is that famous in the UK for band such as Crossfaith, well how I wish that weren't so. Perhaps there are many such bands out there waiting to be heard and if you are open to this idea; this CD is a mini album of sorts (2 tracks are short synth pieces) which might get you started.

The band play screamed metal to fast beats and inject synth into the mix too, sounding a bit like Silent Civilian in parts (but with much less clean parts, hardly any actually). Production is good enough and you can see what the band is trying to do, which mainly consists of pummeling, synthed up portions and screaming - a great mix if you ask me and it really sounds like it would work well live. This doensn't sound like some of the more popular US metalcore/screamo/techno/electro bands coming out, it seems a bit more genuine and does not rely on sung choruses. There are two videos embedded but I haven't played those. YouTube has some good live videos etc of the band so any videos included here may not matter too much.

Check out their website online and you can hear many of these tracks if you are unsure. Oh yeah they sing in English too, if that matters to you buying a CD from Japan!
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