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TERMINAL REDUX

Vektor

 

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

3.91 | 130 ratings

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eliunger
5 stars Vektor is thrash band that incorporates prog elements into their music as well as the singing style of legendary death metal singer Chuck Schuldiner. They sound like if Chuck Shuldiner was in Megadeth meets Voivod. They have lyrics that are science fiction themed through their discography, which makes it amazing. They sound thrash and progressive in their three albums they have released. They use elements of thrash and prog; it does not over power one from the other. In this album, the order of which the tracks where placed flows to the next to and makes the next track work even well than the previous one, which some albums do not do.

The riffs on the album take you back to the heavy thrash metal of the 80's, which sound really cool. The singing style is in the style of the band Death that might be turn of for some people it sounds like screaming to some people. Can't wait to hear the next Vektor album because their prog style is really intriguing and they sound like a leader in the progressive thrash metal campus. This album from start to finish is really progressive and is from start to finish an amazing peace of work Hope to see how they progressive over the next albums.

eliunger | 5/5 |

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