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5.0 out of 5 stars What is this?, 29 Dec 2006
This review is from: Akeldama (Audio CD)
This is one of the best death metal albums that I have ever heard. After starting to enjoy the delights of extreme metal at the tender age of 13, I had strayed towards drum and bass and techno. But over the last year I have found new hope in the extreme metal scene, and now at age 18, can appreciate the delights of a wide range of music. And I can safely say that this album is absolutely amazing. It is not a straight up death metal album as it incorporates elements of black metal, hardcore, electronic and at times even Dragonforce-style solos. If you are a fan of bands such as All Shall Peirsh, Through The Eyes Of The Dead and Necrophagist, then this album is essential.
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5.0 out of 5 stars This is it!!!, 24 Sep 2008
This review is from: Akeldama (Audio CD)
I mean this was the impulse I have been given after getting rid of almost my whole collection of death metal CDs.I have become almost allergic to growling and pointless blast beats,plus proper guitar solos missing albums being released lately.There is only very few bands who can make you feel waiting for their new release like a prisoner`s waiting for the day of his release{literally said}To name a few like CRYPTOPSY,BEHOLD..the ARCTOPUS,CEPHALIC CARNAGE.And these guys really got my attention with their debut{and to this day the only release}.What you can hear on this colourful piece of metal art are first of all fabulous drums.Trully superb drumming,all them patterns have been expressed with extreme accuracy and perfection.Guitars are absolutely astonishing,as well.Bass being equal y balanced instrument without a doubt.All in all,a superb album full of surprises{especially in track 2},with as many tempo changes as you can only absorb.And just byy the way,I didn`t mind them vocals for one minute.They just belong to this type of music.So all of you metallers pay attention to this band!If you think NECROPHAGIST or even The DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN are too technical,try this!!!
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