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The Isolation Game

9 Dec 2009

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 9 Dec 2009
  • Label: Coroner Records
  • Copyright: 2009 RPG MUSIC S.N.C.
  • Total Length: 49:07
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  • ASIN: B0031ZP3CQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 87,163 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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By Hedon on 4 Feb 2010
Format: Audio CD
The Isolation Game is a 4th album from Italian melodic deathsters Disarmonia Mundi.

Following on from the excellent Mind Tricks, Isolation Game sees them changing things up slightly and expanding their sound in a few different directions. From the onset its obvious that this is a fair bit beefier and that the thrash and groove metal elements are more prominent then previous offerings. DM have always been a good shade heavier then your average In Flames wannabe, but the hell for leather thrashings of Blacklight Rush, Digging the Grave of Silence and Same Old Nails... see the band edging towards semi-extreme territory. A lot of this is due to some really crushing riffs and much more brutal drumming form band mastermind and multi-talented Ettore Rigotti, expecially in his blast beats. Paradoxically, at the same time the band has gotten a little bit softer in their melodies and bizarrly taken on a bit of a metalcore influence; some of the clean vocals and stattaco riffs owe a lot to a certain Killswitch Engage (see The Isolation Game and Ties that Bind). Metalcore isn't really my cup f tea these days, but thankfully Rigotti is such a good song wrtier he manages to make it work with DMs melodic death and thrash roots. Lets get one thing clear though, by 'metalcore' i don't mean the watered down dribble of bands like Bullet for My Valentine, but rarther the better offerings of that genre like Alive or Just Breathing by Killswitch. And we're talking melodeath with metalcore influences rather then wholescale metalcore.

The resulting album is something of an oddity in that it's heavier and also more accesable then their previous offerings at the same time. On the plus, the duo has arrived at their own sound and can't be written off by detractors as Soilwork clones anymore.
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After mind tricks I thought it would be hard to release a great album after, I was wrong. It's hooky but yet complex and being this album has a bit more focus on Claudio and Ettore's vocals and I thought it was definitely more amazing to hear but still liking Bjorn's vocal input. The instrumentation is a complete mixture of some songs having speed (no pun intended) and some songs having a beautiful soft instrumentals like glimmer. Though the use of joined vocals by each member on building an empire of dust, despite it's quite a decent idea doesn't suit this band as the vocals seem to lose harmony and fall out of place. This album is still a buy as Ettore's instrumentality has still done well for this album and hopefully for more album's to come.
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3rd time's the charm. 5 July 2010
By G. Murani - Published on Amazon.com
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At this point, Disarmonia Mundi have gotten their formula down. If you thought 'Mind Tricks' was great, wait 'til you hear this! Every song is blasting through your ears with melody, groove and .... well....'awesomeness'. Great melodies and song structure throughout. If you enjoyed previous works, you WILL NOT be disappointed.
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Awesome!! 18 Feb 2010
By C. Hattam - Published on Amazon.com
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Disarmonia Mundi have done it again. An absolutely amazing CD from start to finish, would have to be my favourite album of 09. If you love their other stuff, you'll love this.
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Soilwork and In Flames fans buy this 12 Mar 2013
By Fear Factory - Published on Amazon.com
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Disarmonia Mundi have it maded. Disarmonia Mundi is what metal should sound like. Isolation Game is one of the best cd out today if your a Soilwork or In Flames fan you should buy this cd. melodic death metal with the lead singer of soilwork and more of the lines of Dark Tranquillity.
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Disarmonia Mundi does it again! 19 Sep 2012
By TheLogicalOne - Published on Amazon.com
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Another great album by DM. If you are a fan of any Soilwork or Disarmonia Mundi albums, this one will not disappoint. Similar melodies as previous albums, however this album has a significantly heavier sound, an a much more refined and clear production. Previous albums such as Fragments of D-gen are excellent but sounded like that had been produced with less diligence, although arguably with more character? - you decide. The title track is IMO the best on the album and has a chorus which will likely catch your attention first, but the album is worth listening to from beginning to end. Standouts are: Stepchild of Laceration, the Isolation game, Ties that Bind, Same old nails for a new Messiah, The shape of things to come. The album actually has a similar 'feel' to it as FODG, which is a good thing. It leads off guttural and in your face, peaks with melody around tracks 4-5. and finishes strong with an array of consistent solid songs at the end. A must buy overall.
A Badass Album 25 Oct 2014
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This album is badass from start to finish. I'd highly recommend you check this album out. Buy it, listen to it, and enjoy it.
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