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on 29 March 2011
REVIEW: Aiden - Disguises
Complete with pulverising drum beats, face melting lyrics and the vocals of a man that wants to win over as any fans as possible with his anti-religious views, 'Disguises' is utter perfection. I'm not gonna lie, this is probably my favourite Aiden album yet. 'Disguises' is the perfect blend of 'Our Gang's Dark Oath's gang chants, 'Nightmare Anatomy's bite, 'Conviction's melodies, and 'Knives's simple yet bloody amazing guitar riffs.

Opening track 'The Devil's Eyes' will make you go weak at the knees with wiL's haunting vocals and a voice over from John Carpenter's "Halloween", before smoothly flowing into my personal favourite; 'Horror Queen'. This track is a flawless example of how songs don't have to be ridiculously over complicated to melt some faces.

'Malevolent Conversion' and 'Portrait of the Artist' show how Aiden's lyrical skills have definitely improved yet again, and the lustrous blend of sound clip and to die for tracks.

Religion obviously plays a key role in this album and Francis is notorious for his detest of such a subject. This is displayed in 'The Essence', which flows perfectly into 'Hysteria'. Absolute Bliss - ignore the 'Conviction' pun...

Aiden have also done quite well finding their fair share of extra vocalists. 'Girl on Fire's' Austin Heald's vocals contrast impeccably with wiL's hoarse dulcet tones on floorfiller 'ReEvolver' and 'Shine' wouldn't be complete without 'New Years Day's' Ash Costello.

'Perfect Muse' and 'ReEvolver' are sure to be an immediate floor filler on Aiden's upcoming tour, with the catchiest choruses I've ever heard.

In all, prepare to be annihiliated. Aiden are back, and the carnage isn't going to be pretty.
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on 29 March 2011
Complete with pulverising drum beats, face melting lyrics and the vocals of a man that wants to win over as any fans as possible with his anti-religious views; 'Disguises' is utter perfection. I'm not going to lie; this is probably my favourite Aiden album yet. 'Disguises' is the perfect blend of 'Our Gang's Dark Oath's gang chants, 'Nightmare Anatomy's bite, 'Conviction's melodies, and 'Knives's simple yet bloody amazing guitar riffs.

Opening track 'The Devil's Eyes' will make you go weak at the knees with wiL's haunting vocals and a voice over from John Carpenter's "Halloween", before smoothly flowing into my personal favourite; 'Horror Queen'. This track is a flawless example of how songs don't have to be ridiculously over complicated to melt some faces.

'Malevolent Conversion' and 'Portrait of the Artist' show how Aiden's lyrical skills have definitely improved yet again, and the lustrous blend of sound clip and to die for tracks.

Religion obviously plays a key role in this album and Francis is notorious for his detest of such a subject. This is displayed in 'The Essence', which flows perfectly into 'Hysteria'. Absolute Bliss - ignore the 'Conviction' pun...

Aiden have also done quite well finding their fair share of extra vocalists. 'Girl on Fire's' Austin Heald's vocals contrast impeccably with wiL's hoarse dulcet tones on floor filler 'ReEvolver' and 'Shine' wouldn't be complete without 'New Years Day's' Ash Costello.

'Perfect Muse' and 'ReEvolver' are sure to be an immediate floor filler on Aiden's upcoming tour, with the catchiest choruses I've ever heard.

In all, prepare to be annihilated. Aiden are back, and the carnage isn't going to be pretty.

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