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Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

3.00 | 6 ratings

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3 stars The fourth album from these Tasmanian devils.

Or Tasmanian death metal to be more precise. A band who plays a brand of death metal a bit more technical than Cannibal Corpse, but still have a lot of catchy hooks and riffs. There are even some ounces of melodies here. The music has a lot of small intricate details which really makes the songs comes alive. The bass is very steady and there are even a lot of solid guitar harmonies on this album. Some of them even half acoustic. And that integrated in their very technical death metal. Most of the songs are flowing into each other and the listener are not bored with intros and outros which has ruined many good death metal albums during the last twenty years.

This is a good death metal album which is as attractive as fourteen days in bed with plague to those of you who does not like death metal. But death metal fans can safely invest in this album. I am not overly interested in death metal anylonger, but even I recognice the qualities in this album. A good album from a good band.

3 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 3/5 |


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