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Autumn Offering ~ Requiem

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2.0 out of 5 stars What happened? 11 July 2010
By That Guy - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I love The Autumn Offering but they messed up this album. I don't know what effect they use on the screams but it sounds like hes sreaming out of a toilet bowl or maybe a fish tank. Maybe Im being harsh but I left this in my cars cd player and listened to it for 2 weeks straight all the songs sound the same drab sound to them blended together after 20 hours of listening i still cant distinguish the songs apart or know any of the words.. but there is one song that stands out in the whole album which is "Bleed Together" but even in this case it sounds like a song Bullet For My Valentine would put out. I loved Embrace the Gutter and even more so Fear Will Cast No Shadow The vocals sound crisp and brutally awesome but i can't say that about Requiem. As a vocalist myself I find it very annoying when bands use vocal effects or autotune to change their sound. For fans of The Autumn Offering I would have to suggest to buy a different album first..
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Example of Modern Melodic Metalcore Done Right 26 Sept. 2012
By Siklootd - Published on
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The Autumn Offering is a band that sees its style change from one album to the next. When the band first started back in 1999 with Dennis Miller on vocals, the group had a Melodic Death Metal / Metalcore blend that was capable of appeasing fans of both genres quite well. The release of their first two albums "Revelations of the Unsung" and "Embrace the Gutter" showcased the band as a good up and coming group to look out for, but as time wore on, Dennis' vocals began to feel more one dimensional without a lot of varying degrees to range or tone.

With the release of "Fear Will Cast No Shadow" the band had undergone several changes, including the loss of original vocalist Dennis Miller. Stepping in to fill his shoes was Matthew McChesney, ex vocalist of Deathcore act Hell Within. "Fear Will Cast No Shadow" stood out from previous titles due to Matthew's change in vocalization, ranging from low growls, to high screams, and the addition of catchy clean sung choruses.

The Autumn Offering's follow up album, "Requiem", continues where the band left off after "Fear Will Cast No Shadow". Using a similar sound to what was found on the prior album, The Autumn Offering mixes up their formula a bit more on "Requiem". The vocals rely more on lows this time around, with a slightly different mixing done to them than on the previous record. The balance between lows, highs, and cleans is rather consistent, and the band also turned to solos and breakdowns to add that extra "kick" to their tracks.

Songs that stand out include the single "The Curtain Hits the Cast", "Obsidian Halo", "Requiem", and "Narcosis". Songs that mix up the formula of the album, and provide a different sound include: "Bleed Together", "Venus Mourning" and "Light of Day". These three tracks lean more towards a softer, more melodic sound, providing a different range of the spectrum of The Autumn Offering's sound.

Overall, this is an excellent album for fans of Metalcore or Metalcore bands such as All That Remains, Killswitch Engage, As I Lay Dying, etc. The instrumentation is excellent, with great solos present on songs like "The Curtain Hits the Cast", and "Narcosis" as well as several others. The occasional breakdowns blend perfectly with the music as well. This album also has some of my personal favorite artwork, both on the cover of the album and within the foldout booklet the case comes with. The Autumn Offering was a band that continued to evolve, and "Requiem" was one of the best examples of what the band was capable of making.
4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty brutal find a wall and pummel your head through it! 17 Aug. 2009
By James De Costa - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Dang I thought these guys on there last masterpeice would make you feel like you had to headbang until you neck stoped working. Nope on this album tao is back and angry at the world. The biggest differance between this album and the last one is the heavy factor. Reqruiem is a combonation of embrace the gutter and fear will cast no shadow combine,mixed with a little tlc of there own. The drums in this album are bone tingiling but the vocals arnt quite as sharp as before. I think they lost some melody on vocals here but at the same time opened up something else? These guys really like to change it up if you have liked there last album you will like this album as well. The only turn down In my opinion was I thought fear ablbum was more melodic on clean vocals and on requiem singing isi'nt as clean but still very good and dark. Some fun solos as well,and in the end this is a epic offering.......
5.0 out of 5 stars This Will Blow Your Speakers!! 23 Aug. 2009
By Gary S. - Published on
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Requiem is an excellent release by The Autumm Offering.This release is heavier than the prevoius release. The vocals are brutal, generally heavier with less clean vocals,I think Matt McChesney is one of the best vocalists in metal and rock. The guitars are insane, high speed rhythm and lead guitars that don't stop, Tommy Church and Matt Johnson are one hell of guitarists. The drum work is some of the best I have heard recently. Some of the highlight tracks are The Curtain Hits the Cast, Venus Mourning, Worn Out Wings, and Obsidian Halo, (all tracks are great). There songs are catchy and I can not stop playing this CD. I agree with another reviewer that there could have been some tracks with more clean vocals. Great band to see live. One of the best releases of 2009.
5.0 out of 5 stars Does It Get Better? 11 July 2009
By Frozen Meatsicle - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The Autumn Offering is back with their new CD "Requiem". As a band that has gone through so much stuff over the years and it seems that they actually took their time to bring their vision to life. The guitars are extremely brutal, the drums are heart-pounding and the vocals just get to you and are almost too catchy. Any fan of The Autumn Offering will love this new album. From the beginning to the end of this album, they just don't stop. They are that good. Buy this album now. Or die. Your choice.
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