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The Fury Of Our Maker's Hand [Explicit]
 
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The Fury Of Our Maker's Hand [Explicit]

20 Jun. 2005 | Format: MP3

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so then album number two for the driver boys...was the first just a stroke of luck...i mean fafara in two good album shock surely not!!!
well it has happened...this album is staggeringly good and far outstrips the first
the music has evolved into full on heavy metal...with a few blast beats thrown in to remind us that we are in dark teritory and it is absolutely fantastic!!!!!
the secret to this album is the change of pace...the first album(great though it was) was one dimensional and quite samey...but here there is more than just blast beating and shouting...witness the intro to the first song and the build up and release of "sin and sacrifice" and the fantastic chorus melody for the title track
that is where this album racks up the points...variety and the knowledge that a heavy part will sound even heavier when next to a quiet part and it is very effective.
as dez would say....all hail!
check this puppy out im pretty sure the metalhead in you wont be disappointed
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Every once in a while a truely amazing metal album is released. And now it is the turn of DevilDriver to bask in the glory! This album is immense, there is not a single bad song on it. From the minute you first press play right through to the end, I guarantee that you will be blown away.

Granted this album might not be to everyone's liking , but if you like your metal heavy, dark, unrelenting then this is the album for you! The vocals, guitars, bass and drumming are non stop and awesome and would make most peoples ears bleed, which isn't a bad thing!

Bring on the 3rd album is what I say!!!
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Its an absolutley amazing album. how they can create something that good and not be knighted I dont know.
It is one of the best albums of the year.
buy it,
buy it now.
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The self titled album by this band was good. I enjoyed it. I had high expectations for this title, and I can safely say it has lived up to it. The first track "end of the line" to put it straight it's plain solid metal. It starts off with a really quiet intro which breaks into the drums then the guitar riff. It sounds amazing. It really sets the album off in style. When you compare songs from their self titled album to this its just amazing at how better the new songs sound. They're far more dark and heavy. I think all around this is the better album of the two.
After this the song "Driving Down The Darkness". The title sounds dark and evil and the song is pretty evil too. The vocals are good, far better than the style Dez used with Coal Chamber in my opinion. The songs would be good live I imagine, they would certainly get the crowd moving!
The song I like the most from this album is "Grinfucked". The initial riff of it sounds good and progressively gets heavier and faster. The drums sounds really powerful too.
"Hold back the day" was the first song I heard from this album as it was available for Download, it set a good impression of the new album for me. The drums in it are insane. It really sounds amazing. The band has stepped up a level with this album. Everything seems to be better than their last. Very metal, and I'm loving it.
Richy Muirhead
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easily one of the best albums out at the minute! translates perfectly live as well. waaay better than the first release- listen to it, buy it, love it!
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I tell you what it's a good job Devil Driver singer Dez Fafara has a positive outlet to channel all this negative aggression. From start to finish it is a non stop onslaught of brutal, heavy, angry metal up your ass. There is no time to catch your breath between songs, one ends the other immediately explodes into your ears. This album has obviously progressed from the first self titled album, which I also highly recommend, it has faster yet more intricate drumming, deeper and yet more melodic singing and darker, pounding guitar riffs. Only once in a while a must have metal album comes along which every metalhead should purchase.
Metal album of the year without a shadow of a doubt. Buy it.
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By A Customer on 12 July 2005
Format: Audio CD
Like a storm on the horizon, distant, ominous, imminant. Closer and closer it comes and the air turns cold, the rumble now audible, the lightning flashes visible. Now comes the wind, and the ground is speckled wet, the sun is gone, the black clouds have rolled in.
Here it is, 'The Fury of Our Makers Hand', power, aggression, menace, oppressive, intimidating, punishing.
Thats how DevilDriver`s second album comes on with its opening track 'End of the Line', and the storm doesn`t relent. 'Driving Down` pummels, 'Grinfucked' batters and 'Hold back the Day', the first video track, continues the beating with no remorse.
And so it continues with some very inventive riffs, harsh, rhythmic vocal arrangments and a more pronounced Black/Death metal influence than the self titled debut CD, all shown off on tracks like 'Impending Disaster' and 'Before the Hangmans Noose'.
'Sin & Sacrifice' or the albums namesake to my mind would have made better video tracks or singles with singable yet heavy as f**k choruses and both mark the closest this storm comes to a calm eye.
Surley with this gale driven flash flood of and album, Dez`s past should be washed away for good because, for all his detractors, this is no Coal Chamber. It is, as I still believe his old band was, a powerful and stand alone example of modern Heavy Metal, harsh and brutal, listenable and catchy. The clouds may part, the rain may stop, but always beware the maker's hand.
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