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Resurrection

2 Mar. 2007 | Format: MP3

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i really love chimaira's music i do, i have done for quite a while now, i was looking forward to hearing this album, and i dont know what people are on about with chimaira's "mistake before"...what mistakes?! they have no mistakes, they are good, and this album is their best, it beats the others, it is slightly different from the other albums, the songs are generally longer and seem more complex but they still have the same ol' bang and it hits you with force! Chimaiara's double bass in my opinion is their quality, they know how to use double bass well and it goes so well when they use it (quite alot) it is top stuff. this album gets a full on FIVE STAR rating from me...better than the rest!
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Brutal Unforgiving and Awesome in its power. This is Chimaira older wiser and even more angry. Continues to develop the crushing sound they found on The Impossibility of Reason.

Pretty funny DVD too!
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It appears that this band have tweaked their sound, to a clearer vision. The sound effects are there and are now a part of the music

(and not just pulverized by the bass and guitars)

The first track and title track sets the mood of the whole album and is a very strong song on it's own (I just love that riff)

Worthless has an almost up-beat feel to it despite the title. Pleasures in pain a melodic highlight.

Overall a very satisfying album and a good addition to anyone's collection.
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Yes it is quite simply their best album! Amazing pummelling drums, thrashing guitar riffs and overall an excellent metal album. In my opionion it is better than "Impossibilty" and that says it all. Truly magnificent work from the opening track to the very end. Not one filler in sight. I love this album and it will get many plays in the future!
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This album is amazing and fits together amazingly so.. as well as having been released on my birthday :)

5/5 Resurrection: I got this song at christmas from their myspace and have been blown away every time.. the first time I heard it I was gagging for more. The drumming is really cool and I think I might learn it :)

4.5/5 Pleasure in Pain: Leads on very nicely from Resurrection and has a nice catchy chorus.

5/5 Worthless: Starts with a very cool drum solo kinda thing before slowing down into a steady but brutal pace, a really good song.

4.4/5 Six: Despiting being track four not six as the title suggests it is agood song and longest on the album at around 9 minutes but there is never a dull moment.

4.5/5 No Reason To Live: Starts with a slow guitar rhythm be jumping straing into anohter great song with some snare rolls, nice and catchy chorus agian :)

4/5 Killing the Beast: Very different kind of song to the rest of the album... it is slow but steady and took me a while to work out the tom combonations he used in the Rhythm.

5/5 The Flame: Another great song with a 'intresting' intro which sums up what the whole song is about. Has a great little vox overlay towards the end and a neat lil drum rhythm which appears for a few bars which is really cool!

5/5 End It All: More of a traditional chimaira song which is faster tempo wise than previous songs on the album and has some neat double bassing :).I love it!

4.5/5 Black Heart: This song has a neat lil guitar line at the beginning and goes back to the generally slower feel of this album.

4/5 Needle: This is a good song but isn't quite on the same level of the rest of the album.. that said it is still pretty good and deserves to be on there!
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In 2005,chimaira released their self titled third album,it was metal indeed but suffered from being contrived,over produced and over long and as a result mixed reviews followed and a split from roadrunner records followed,it was safe to say that the band were again experiencing dark days.

Fast forward to the present day and resurrection ,their new album with record label nuclear blast falls onto earth and on first few listens the signs are certainly alot better,the band themselves are as proud of this as any of their albums,it isnt their best in my opinion but all the elements of furious metal with melody and clean vocals all peppered with a underlying keyboard influence have returned to make a better album with little in terms of filler.

The album opens with the brilliant title track and mark hunters vocals are as fierce as ever,the chorus of this song is stunning and the riffs slay left ,right and centre,signs are indeed good,'pleasure in pain' follows and is a great track as well as is 'worthless' which took a few listens to appreciate if im honest,the song is simple in some way but its heavy and the lyrics here as with the majority of tracks deal with expression of hatred and vengeance and so forth,there are no lyrics about flowers and lambs wagging their tails here.

The track 'six' follows and is an epic at under 10 minutes long,but where the longer tracks didnt quite maintain their brilliance on their previous album,this track actually works,its a journey of a song experimenting with different styles and kepping it interesting.

The album moves along nicely with 'killing the beast' which has some really catchy moments,the track 'flame' is as good as anything chimaira have ever recorded before,stirring stuff indeed.

Four more tracks follow that more or less tick all the required boxes needed to make a great metal album,chimaira realise that they have all the tools to make a great album,here they bring it back.
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