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THE GREAT MISDIRECT

Between The Buried And Me

 

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

4.04 | 291 ratings

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un4td
2 stars I am annoyed by this album. Sure, the musicians are skilled and the songs are progressive. But the technical parts aren't catchy, the vocals are awful, and the songs change a lot - for the worse.

This album is a slight improvement over their previous one, "Colors". Where there where a lot of atonal, sludgy, jagged riffs on Colors, they aren't so frequent this time. The music flows a lot better, but there are still awkward insertions of other genres, including a cheesy bluesy rock n' roll part with added keys and weird-child-like vocalizations and a very poor Mike Patton/Mr. Bungle bit (which I am not of a fan of, either).

Overall, this album is a skilled but weird botch of all kinds of music.

un4td | 2/5 |

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