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SCARSICK

Pain Of Salvation

 

Progressive Metal

3.18 | 478 ratings

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EliasMisael
4 stars I always thought that POS were a band with great ideas, but they have not enough money to have a great production on their albums (with the exception of BE). On this album seems that they finally did it.

This album opens with one word SICK! and no one word could describe this album better

CAUTION: THIS ALBUM BECOMES MORE ADDICTIC WITH EVERY SINGLE LISTEN!!!

Ok througout this album you will find nu-metal, singing full of clichÚs, a 70'S Disco Song, a banjo solo (brilliant!), babies laughing, mandolina and some other eccentricities. But also there is dark vocal arrangements (classical vampir-esque Daniel Gildenl÷w), very well developed atmospheres, a production full of details.

Conclusion: We are in front of a very brilliant and controversial album (take it or leave it!). This is a very exciting journey of music. Daniel Gildenl÷w is a very versatile singer and musician.

PD: Give several listens to this album before trying to make a review.

My Rate: 4.3 Stars. (Not giving 5 Stars because of the Linkin' Park and Korn sections)

The FIVE STARS goes to BE LIVE!

EliasMisael | 4/5 |

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