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Sure, as with any debut album, there's some shortfalls, but these are so few and far between that, especially when compared to the high points of the album, they simply pale into insignificance.
I really hope that Textures can keep the momentum going as they have the potential to become one of the biggest underground acts. They really deserve this as simply being a hidden gem of an act for those people in the know would be a great injustice.
The high point of the album for me has to be Polars.
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The musicality on this album is top-notch. These guys go from aggressive staccato riffage into melodic passages with a unique brilliance. People seem to not mind the vocalist on this album, but his vocals irritate me. It's like high-pitch screaming that sounds forced from the throat and not from the gut. Not the clean vocals, though. I love the clean vocals and the vocal harmonies these guys pull off.
The comparison to Meshuggah isn't exactly a fair one, because these guys bear absolutely no resemblance to Meshuggah outside of being a metal band and writing polymetric passages within their music. Meshuggah's focal point is polymeter. Textures' focal point is based more around a style of composition that blends various styles of metal with ambient passages. Think of the BTBAM album, 'Colors'. This album is somewhat like that in style, but very different execution and this isn't a concept album.
All-in-all, the only issue I see anyone having with this band is if you're picky about vocals like I am... or perhaps if you bought this album thinking you were going to be purchasing Meshuggah's DEI or Chaosphere.
And now, onward to review, 'Drawing Circles' and 'Silhouettes'.
don't be suckered by that as a selling point -- they are no where near in the same league.
see my mnemic reviews, I had the same problems with mnemic as I did with textures.