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Phantom Shadow

Phantom Shadow

22 Aug 2014
4.3 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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It is true that a lot of metal these days is generic and unimaginative, such as the endless djent djent bands with 9 string guitars who forgot how to use the other 8 strings, a myriad of thrash-revivalists amid the myriads of reformed 80s thrash bands, and still more banal `core'-affixed than you can shake a tick at. But if you wander off the beaten path a wee bit, you can find some pure belters. Machinae Supremacy are one of those, and if you always wanted your metal mixed with the melodies of Shadow of The Beast or Turrican, this is the album for you

I'd always thought of Machinae Supremacy as being somewhat of novelty/joke band; songs about video games, `hilarious' titles like Need For Steve, and what sounds like a ZX spectrum making the backing keyboards. However, with the phenomenal Rise Of A Digital Nation, the band transformed themselves into a serious dark horse in the world of melodic metal. It's already been 2 years since then, and the band is back with a new offering; Phantom Shadows.

If you've never heard the band before, well, if Samus got tired of killing metroids and decided to start a metal band, it's sound like this. There's a hell of a lot of retro video gamey melodies and keyboards having a merry little party in Machiane Supremacy sound, sometimes as the forefront melodies, more often as backhround textures. A lot of people have described them as power metal, but that is a bit inaccurate as far as I'm concerned; there's no folk meldoies, no choral overdups and no Helloween riffing. Actually, I would say they sound closest to Blood Stain Child or Disarmonia Mundi if you removed the screaming vocals and added an effeminate singer.
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A great album with some of the band's best work. And a nice throw back to some of their older stuff.
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Great album has some blinder of tunes in here and definitely some of their best work to date
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Good but not their best album.
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