Daath - The Hinderers CD (album) cover




Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

3.69 | 9 ratings

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4 stars I was quite supprised to see this band on the pages of Prog Archives as i would'nt consider them prog, more industrial groove metal, but i have had a soft spot for this band for a while now, so here goes my review. This is a great extreme metal album with many cool twists and turns, including the tinkley paino on UNDER A SOMBER SIGN, the dance floor grooves of DEAD ON THE DANCE FLOOR and even the very Zyklon influenced SUBTERFUGE. Its got quite a cool melodic death-metal air to it as well mixed in with some thrash, black metal and electronics. Production wise its got a killer mix as all good modern metal albums have, and some really sweet riffs, throw in some frankly addictivly catchy hooks such as the Korn like vocal melody on OVUM and the before mentioned DEAD ON THE DANCE FLOOR with its techno meets death metal vibe and this is a metal free for all that should suit both metal and prog fans down to the ground;

Subterfuge - 9/10 From the Blind - 8/10 Cosmic Forge - 8/10 Sightless - 8/10 Under a Somber Sign - 9/10 Ovum - 9/10 Festival Mass Soulform - 8/10 Above Lucium - 8/10 Who Will Take the Blame- 8/10 War Born (Tri-Adverserenade) - 7/10 Dead on the Dancefloor - 8/10 Blessed Through Misery - 8/10 The Hinderers - 8/10

My Conclusion? This is a great mix of extreme prog and industrial grooves that is recomended for both fans of metal and prog who like something heavier.

FarBeyondProg | 4/5 |


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