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Arising from the ashes of the important mid-'90s Swedish death metal band At the Gates and featuring former members of Witchery and Face Down, the Haunted went through countless lineup changes during the late '90s before finally releasing The Haunted Made Me Do It in 2000, confirming the excitement surrounding the band. Back in 1996, guitarist Anders Bjorler and bassist Jonas Bjorler ... Read more in Amazon's The Haunted Store

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  • Audio CD (21 Mar. 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B004LE118Q
  • Other Editions: Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 141,152 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Never Better
2. No Ghost
3. Catch 22
4. Disappear
5. Motionless
6. Unseen
7. The Skull
8. Ocean Park
9. The City
10. Them
11. All Ends Well
12. Done
13. Attention
14. The Reflection
15. The Fallout

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By gusone on 29 Mar. 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I love it! It was quite a surprise when I pressed play expecting my head to be crushed and pummelled as The Haunted CDs tend to do. What I got was a melodic/prog metal experience with so many influences from other bands that it was like listening to 10 cds at once on certain songs. There's not much cookie monster groweling Vox in this one and it's about 95% clean Vox. Just really really catchy melodic songs. I think the best way to describe this is the difference between Mastodon's Blood Mountain and the follow up Crack the Skye. Very different CDs if you know those 2 CDs you'll know what I mean. Of course there is a small minority that cry foul and sell-out. The silent majority just like listening to great songs.

I've been a fan of The Haunted previous CDs One Kill Wonder, Versus, Revolver and Dead Eye so I wont begrudge them wanting to progress. If you want old school The Haunted you are not short of material. As for going forward. I like it alot. Songs like 'Disappear' are just brilliant with the clean vox chorus.

To quote a certain band... "We hope you like our new musical direction...."
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Donny on 17 Jun. 2011
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From the moment I played this I loved it... I haven't listened to a band that had so many tracks with so many parts where I honestly couldn't think of anyone else doing it. Take the opening track `Never Better' to me this is classic Haunted it kicks you in the nuts from the off but wastes no time deviating from the tired thrash metal template and mixing it up in more ways than one.

I like the haunted for this very reason, they are adept at keeping things interesting and mixing the musical styles up, subtlety, but still remaining 100% them. Even here their influences are easy to spot (a little Tool on `Disappear', some In Flames on `Unseen' to name the most obvious) but they always remain unmistakably Haunted.

The best part of all...apart from the solid drumming, the awesome harmonious crunching guitars and the leading bass (so many bands bury the bass, the haunted don't)...the best part is the vocals Peter's voice is all over the place...but the quality never drops...I swear there are moments when it sounds like the Cure and some of the quiet harmonies are very Beatles-esq.

While tracks like `Motionless', 'The City', `Them' are in a similar territory to their `Dead Eye' album...on the upbeat ultra-accessible side of thrash, there are heavy moments where The Haunted are being as brutal as they have ever been...'The Skull', `Attention' and a sort of Southern dipped `No Ghost'.
Some may try and peg this album as Haunted `Lite' but it simply isn't true there are just as many thrash-tastic parts to it as there have ever been and made even more exciting by being juxtaposed by more light-touch moments. It is unique in the best way possible.

I have a handful of bands who I can honestly say have never done a bad album...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Adam 'To Sirius' on 21 July 2011
Format: Audio CD
My relationship with the haunted has been a tumultuous one, loved 'The Dead Eye', didn't get into 'Versus' but still embraced 'The Unseen' with relatively open arms. Fast forward to the first spin, my jaw dropped, but not in a good way. The songs seemed empty, generic, and more than a tad boring. Shortish story cut short, I perservered.
Thank Peter Dolving himslef I did! Every subsequent spin opened up something more, riffs and vocal lines burrowed into my brain, and stayed there.
I honestly believe this is their best work to date, with plenty of killer riffs from the Bjorler bros and Dolvings vocals are dynamic and varied, just like the songs themselves.
I wont do a track by track breakdown, but will say that many influences are on display here, from QOTSA to NWBHM, but its all carried with balls and confidence, authority is firmly stamped all the way through.
If you like metal, in any of its myriad of forms, then you may well love 'The Unseen'. This coming from someone who loves Brutal Death!
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Agma on 25 Mar. 2011
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Lets not get our socks into a knot with the fact that The Haunted - Unseen isn't thrash and isn't a remarkable new opus. It distinctly now appears that the band have this time opted for a far more melodic and "skater/stoner rock sound" that's all very well and that, you know being experimental, but of course it needs to be tight, flowing, cohesive and most importantly consistent. Unfortunately The Haunted with Unseen have executed none of these in a particularly well account. Too many of these songs sound uninspired with hardly a good "flying" riff in sight and no solos; we have a nice sounding guitar and production but I wanted more than this and I was left cold.

This is a continuation of the change of sound process for this swedish group which were very much an aggressive modern thrasher only a few years ago. We have seen this sort of thing before with the likes of Entombed, Throwdown and co changing their sound. But I would argue that this change for this group is slightly mediocre to all their albums pre- The dead eye. It's obvious the band want a more commercial appeal and this certainly has brought the band closer to that realm, (More clean vocals and less heavy abound.) But as a mostly underground rock and metal fan I was inevitably going to feel alienated by such a move. I'm going to be straight with you here, I wasn't really moved by a single song on Unseen and it is this which is hugely regrettable; there are flashes of excellent brilliance and inventiveness in "The skull, Them, All ends well" (for example) but nothing anywhere near what I would recall as excellent. Not like we saw on "The dead eye" which is by far a past superior album.
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