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Extreme metal at its very best, plain and simple, is what the Atlanta based quintet DÅÅTH delivers on their much anticipated new album, “The Concealers”. The dueling guitar virtuosity of Emil Werstler and Eyal Levi harkens many comparisons to Mustaine and Friedman, all the while the acclaimed Kevin Talley (ex-Chimaira, ex-Dying Fetus, ex Misery Index) pounds away with ... Read more in Amazon's Daath Store

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  • Audio CD (27 April 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B001VG612S
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 255,068 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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10. ...of Poisoned Sorrows [Explicit] 5:02£0.99  Buy MP3 
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By T. Lill on 25 Dec. 2010
Format: Audio CD
Fantastic album, saw them at Rock City Nottingham a week ago and they were superb.
A talented band with a distinguishable trademark sound.
All tracks are quality.
I think I prefer this than the very recent new s/t album.
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At last heavy meets some melody 27 Aug. 2010
By Scott Hedegard - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I bought a new car recently and it came with satellite radio. I hadn't heard much satellite radio up to now because my average drive time doesn't merit the cost. However, three months come free with this car, and I have enjoyed farting around checking out various formats, although none of them particularly stand out. To get to my point, I settled on Liquid Metal, the heavy station from Sirius, and a few things come to mind: far too many metal bands have lapsed into the same trap everybody else does, and that is mediocrity. I listened sometimes for several songs at a stretch and I won't name names, but the tunes, while they were heavy enough, were so by-the-numbers that it was difficult to tell the bands apart, if not impossible. Only Opeth stood out at first, and that's because I already have several of their CD's. Out of dozens of bands that all sound exactly alike, especially with those stupid grunting vocals, only one stood out over the last three days as having a shred of originality, a real beat, and some great melodic moments that most metal reviewers seem to really hate nowadays. That band is Daath, the Atlanta metal outfit that is probably the most technically proficient metal outfit out there right now.
"Concealers" isn't prog rock, either. Daath are extremely heavy, but they share a musical adventurousness with Opeth that makes them stand apart and above their contemporaries. This band doesn't sound like Opeth, but they aren't afraid to mix in moments of melody, some of the best guitar slinging out there today and even a simple beat instead of the blast beats that are contaminating everything in metal anymore. Some intolerant reviewers knock Daath for these qualities, but to me it makes them recognizable and offers an actual individual sound, something most bands can't do anymore.
Now, I double dog dare this fine outfit to employ some clean vocals. Fear Factory does it to no harm, Killswitch Engage does it, and these bands have much more of an identity for it. Voices are unique - vocalists who sound like they have extreme irritable bowel syndrome do not sound "evil" or tough. They just sound stupid, and I'm sick of it. I'd never go near death metal, black or metalcore based on vocals - if the music isn't good and original enough to override the belching, I'm not listening. Daath have the chops and real vocal melody would add a great dimension to an already impressive style. Why sound just like everybody else? Being a clone band ain't rock and roll at all.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Easily One of the Best New Groups 22 May 2009
By C. M. Gillum - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Technically this is Daath's fourth release and their third full length album. Futility dropped in 2004 and was their one and only self released album. After some grueling touring for a couple years they were snatched up by Roadrunner Records and thus released The Hinderers and followed that with a stint on Ozzfest, yes I was there. My first time hearing Daath was at Ozzfest and I have been a fan ever since.

Like The Hinderers (by the way, note the strange similarity in the names) The Concealers is very fast paced and like its predecessor the music is extremely difficult to label. Their is a Death Metal base but yet the band mixes in Industrial, Thrash and even a moment or two that may remind one of the Progressive genre. But that is the reason they are so amazing because they blend these styles flawlessly, and the right accessible touches that should secure them a solid fan base.

They took a step in the right direction on The Concealers by making the leads more a focal point compared to the previous release. Tracks such as the roaring epic "The Unbinding Truth" is practically four minutes of face melting leads. Where as others such as the chaotic opener "Sharpen The Blades" is straight forward balls to the wall Death with their turn on a dime tempo changes. Near the end of the album we even get a short bit of Technoish keyboards with "Duststorm" whose melody carries into the following track.

All in all this is an amazing album and as already said one of the best of 2009. So if your into brutal music this should be right up your alley. Also this might be interesting to those of you whom listen to more timid groups as though the music is heavy they tend to keep it fairly catchy. When it comes down to it all fans in my opinion should at least give this band a try and if you enjoy this make sure to pick up their previous release. These guys continue to impress me and from what I can hear they have no interest on slowing down, Easily one of the best bands to emerge onto the scene in the past several years. Thank you for reading.

-A very loyal Daath fan!!!
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Brutal Sophomore Perfection 28 April 2009
By Bradley J. Wilson - Published on Amazon.com
Daath's first album The Hinderers showed a very polished and highly technical style that few in American death metal could match, but it did have a bit of a meandering problem.

Not so with their 2nd release The Concealers. After an online search for a new vocalist, they seem to have comfortably slid into a full-frontal massive sound that is both shocking and enveloping. The material seems more coherent, and if anything, the technical precision and polish are so high that you might be tempted to call them a fusion of death and math metal. No matter what you call it, it's face-meltingly awesome!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Diesel-punk death metal 3 April 2012
By Disco Devil - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I put this on recently and my jaw fell on the floor and staid there until the end of the disk, and that wasn't even the first time I listened to it. Levi & Werstler on guitar, Kevin Talley on drums! This is one of those things that sounds so good, you wonder where you are and what is going on, the room starts spinning and you almost fall over. You don't have to listen to Brain Drill to hear technical brilliance, and you don't have to listen to Metallica to hear a well-written song. You can have your yellow cake and eat it too. This little blood diamond is accessible death metal that should be shoved into every metalhead's collection whether they like death metal or not; a crossover album like Six Feet Under's "Warpath", but for the tech-obsessed new millennium. Listen to "Wilting on the Vine" for an example of the song-writing genius. This is what you would blast on the tinny speakers of your souped-up dune buggie when you are rampaging across the glass shard desert of the 23rd-century American frontier. This is pop music for the apocalypse. Now crawl into your corrugated tin shack, crank your boombox, drink your kratom tea and let the long day of guarding the hydroponic factory dissolve away. No, on second thought, own the C.D. (and its follow up), and play it on a quality stereo.
Incredible CD! A must-own for any metal collection! 30 April 2014
By Brian - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Great CD! Worth every penny! Highly recommended to anyone who enjoys metal! If you enjoy metal, you have to aggressively search to find the gems, as the radio plays the same old crap over and over, and while Sirius is much better, they hardly ever play most of the gems I've found by looking at metal label websites and metal magazine reviews online. Check-out some of the CDs that I have reviewed in my past, and I guarantee you will find something you may not have ever heard of! Stay metal and support our metal community! If you discover something you like on my past review list, click "yes" on where it says: "was this review helpful?"!
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