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BURIED IN OBLIVION

Into Eternity

 

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

4.13 | 48 ratings

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b_olariu
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4 stars Into Eternity is one of the good bands from younger generation coming from Canada in tech/extreme subgenre. Their music is a combination between Yngwie Malmsteen (the arpegios, faster guitar solos, neo classical aproach) with the riffs , the growls of for ex Death or Becoming the Archetype, the progressive metal arrangements remind me of Dream Theater, even some Nevermore or In Flames elements are here and there. So a very interesting mix of technical death metal, power metal, and progressive metal. It works quite well for the most part and the skill of the players is undeniable. having their last three albums, it seams to me that this one is their best for sure. Here the band has some very good ideas melting with some fantastic musicianship, resulting a very solid album in this zone. I like very much how alternates the clean vocals with the growling ones, even sometimes the passages remind a little bit of Gardenian but more progressive for sure then the swedish band. When I first look on their page here and reading some of the reviews I simply can't belive how low rated this band is here and I wonder why???. I mean from all 5 albums released byt he band, only one - this one has good reviews, positive almost all of them, the rest of the albums are puted on the wall if like they were the worst albums ever made in this subgenre. It's not true at all, don't belive everything you read, trust me listners, I know myself. About this album is fast, is technical, has some fantastic guitar chops and above all one hell of a drumer. 3 pieces stands on this album named Buried into oblivion as among the best of the genre IMO, Splintered Visions, Embraced by Desolation and Isolation, absolutly great tracks that will kick out of your socks for sure, I was very impressed, killer songs. So, a true rewarding album in the end that desearve from me for sure 4 stars, their next albums will be not so great but still good and enjoyble. Recommended, great and yet underrated album og the genre.
b_olariu | 4/5 |

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