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Hell Frost

30 Nov. 2011 | Format: MP3

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After the travesty that was the last Sonic Syndicate record, it's great to see The Unguided doing what they love with "Hell Frost", which is a must for those into European metal, especially the metalcore genre. With big acts like Dead By April and Amaranthe taking the world by storm, you might think there's no room for a band like The Unguided, but these guys were there first, and "Only Inhuman" remains the pick of the litter when it comes to Swedish metalcore. "Hell Frost" is just as good, maybe better thanks to its killer songs, chilling keys, and catchy riffs. If you like excellent vocals, perfectly placed between two vocalists, one clean, the other harsh, this is an album you don't want to miss. Recommended.
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You can't always judge a book by its cover. The artwork and name Hell Frost might have you geared up for some grim and frostbitten black metal, but The Unguided provide some upbeat and accesable modern melodic death metal that's not half bad, though it ill be too poppy for a lot of metal heads. Formed by former members of melodeth turned screamo band Sonic Syndicate, The Unguided do indeed sound similar; Hell Frost retains the upbeat energy, poppy melodies and dynamic interplay of vocals from the former. However, repeated listens reveal some smart adjustments on Hell Frost while the spirit of SS is kept intact...

First off, the good. This album is a more metal and less 'core' than anything SS have done in a long time, besides the screamed vocals. The breakdowns are fewer, and praise the heavens someone decided to inject this album with a heafty dose of guitar solo! The riffing, too, in general, is a bit more melodeth, with some of the heavier segments reminding of the raw crunch of Eden Fire. Even Roland's clean vocals sound much more rock/metal and less emo. Overall, this seems more of a kindred spirit to Blood Stain Child or Disarmonia Mundi then the pop/screamo that SS become. Of course, Hell Frost isn't exactly Bathory, but its miles better than the immature dribble that was We Rule The Night. plus, having godfather Pete Tägtgren doing guest vocals on Pathfinder doesn't hurt at all, does it?

Second, the keyboards on Hell Frost are pure brilliance. Yes, there are still so sugary that you're teeth'll fall our after too many listens, but the band have gone for a techno/trace vibe that reminds me of Epsilon by Blood Stain Child. If you knew how much I like Epsilon, then you'd know how much of a complement that is.
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As a new fan, i didnt really know what i was expecting but i actually really like most of their songs!
My highlights were:
Inherit the Earth
Phoenix Down
Collapse my dream
The rest were equally amazing.
Id recommend this band to anyone who likes screamo/metal with a melodic twist.
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Great band, fantastic screams. Wonderful to see these guys reunited after their troubled past. A band I look forward to catching live.
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By sam on 3 Feb. 2014
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i would reccomend this product to any unguided fans. it is very good quality and also makes a perfect gift.
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