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Terminal Spirit Disease Extra tracks, Original recording remastered, Original recording reissued
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"Terminal Spirit Disease" was originally released in 1994. This re-release has been re-mastered & comes in digi-format. It contains the extra tracks: "The Red In The Sky Is Ours/The Season To Come" plus "The Burning Darkness". Both tracks are live & were recorded when the band played live @ Nottingham Rock City for an MTV Headbangers Ball special.
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If you haven't got any At The Gates, then this isn't the best place to start, try their best album, Slaughter of the Soul.
As with the rest of their catalogue, it's all melodic swedish death metal. This isn't melodic in the Arch Enemy sense of the word, or the In Flames sense either. It'sdefinately still death metal, with just a hint of thrash. You may have heard the Bjorler brothers now playing in the Haunted, and Adrain Erlandsson is now in Cradle Of Filth, and Tomas (Tompa) Lindberg has done many things since, including the Crown and Lock Up. His vocal style is very un-death metal as it's quite high, but it fitted with the dry and brittle, but biting and low-end riffage. The drumming is definately old school, as there is less of an emphasis on blastbeats and more on the sort of style that Death made famous with their first three albums.
Mainly one for completists and fans of At The Gates, but a good release nonetheless...
If u like At The Gates then u should check out Darkest Hour as they're very similar (and pretty damn good too)
Go to [...] for 1 minute samples from both Terminal Spirit Disease and Slaughter Of The Soul.
If you like melodic death metal for the reason that I do, as in melody for melancholy and beauty, while the brutality is for the hatred then go with this rather than the bland Slaughter of The Soul. When I got slaughter I thought "Wow, this is hellaciously not as amazing as everyone says..."
SoTS made hardly any impact on me- whenever I think of an ATG riff it always comes from the earlier works (Unless it is under a serpent sun... which is the finest song on SoTS). While slaughter isn't really rubbish it just left me with the horrible feeling that so many "indiviuals" could have such a connection with the entirely non perfect album.
This and previous releases are inspired compositions.
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