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THE CONCEALERS

Daath

 

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

3.52 | 5 ratings

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FarBeyondProg
3 stars Although a bit less progresive and more rooted in death/extreme metal the third album from this American based band is still by no means bad. The main change here i think is their change of vocalists this time with the powerfully lunged Sean Z, i personally feel he sounds more like a hardcore vocalist than their last one but still has a great powerful voice. The standout tracks include the first single from the album THE WORTHLESS, the opener SHARPEN THE BLADES and the last few songs that seem to glide into each other DAY OF ENDLESS LIGHT, DUSTSTORM,..OF POISONED SORROWS, and INCESTUOUS AMPLIFICATION. As per with a Daath album there is some killer riffs/musicmanship and world class production. only problem is there isnt that much progression happening and sooner or later every song just kinda sounds the same, but hey, at least its a decent song you keep hearing;

Sharpen the Blades - 9/10 Self-Corruption Manifesto - 7/10 The Worthless - 9/10 The Unbinding Truth - 7/10 Silenced - 7/10 Wilting on the Vine - 8/10 Translucent Potency - 8/10 Day of Endless Light - 8/10 Duststorm - 7/10 ...of Poisoned Sorrows - 7/10 Incestuous Amplification - 9/10

My Conclusion? They have lost a lot of their proggyness but still a decent effort.

FarBeyondProg | 3/5 |

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