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SCARSICK

Pain Of Salvation

 

Progressive Metal

3.18 | 470 ratings

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Gabzs
5 stars I found really desappointing every people that are shooting on this album... I don't know what is the problem with people that do not accept that maybe groups can evolve or simply change.

Scarsick is totally more mature than every album made before, instead Be which was a really ambicious and powerful project.

Ok ok ok, before you all jump on me, let's take a look of scarsick. I have listen to it probably more than everyone here, and what I learn from this album it was that the group was totally SICK of our way of life!!! So? How it justified the fact that the album sound funny, cliche, old and maybe stupid? You got the POINT!! IT JUST WHAT THEY WANT YOU TO FEEL!!! The power of this album is to represente the worst part of our world by his style and his sound. Those that are telling that the album is a mistake are doing a mistake, or maybe it's simply just what the group want you to think. What is the beauty of this album is his energy that live in, it's anarchy that burn in, it's his sickness which floating in.

Well, all I wanted to tell you is that I hate to see people judge the quality of a album just because it do not match with what the group did before. Just As Yes. WOOOOO! Everyone shoot on Yes that there last albums are all bad and that the should die earlier!! What's the manner if Yes decide to chance his sound?? If the albums was named by a other group name but it was the same songs in, nobody would tell anything!! You'll only say : hey! ok ok, it's not a master piece, but the style of this group is not so bad! YOU ONLY BLAME CAUSE IT'S THE SAME NAME!!!

In fact, most are just sad to know that the albums sound different and that it do not match to what there littles envys wishes to hear.

5 stars

Gabzs | 5/5 |

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