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Protest the Hero


Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

3.48 | 59 ratings

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2 stars Okay, so Protest The Hero has obviously found an awesome sound. But that doesn't mean EVERY album has to be the same. It's getting a little old. Start off fast and noodley, move into a somewhat cheesy interlude, back to fast and noodley, tons of time signature changes the whole time. Don't get me wrong, it still sounds really badass a lot of time time, such as Hair- Trigger. Awesome track. They obviously used all their good ideas on a few songs, and then decided to just stick to their standard formula for the rest, resulting in more of what you've heard on previous albums, but a bit less inspired and interesting. If you want to get into this band, don't start here.
Slaughternalia | 2/5 |


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