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SCREAM BLOODY GORE

Death

 

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

2.80 | 112 ratings

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OpethGuitarist
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2 stars An album that is progressive but not prog. No, their is nothing in the "typical" progressive sense, but creating an entire new genre certainly is something different, something progressive. Maybe some may consider it regressive, but regardless, it has a purpose here.

The production is awful, which actually serves the album better. What you get here is mostly what people think about when the word "Death Metal" comes up. Lots of distortion, drum blasts, and heavy low sounds. This album defined an entire genre, and although the rest of that genre more or less does not belong here, Death does, for truly creating something unique.

I can't say that the album is particularly enjoyable at all. It gets old and tiresome quickly, especially for those who are not as apt to "death" vocals as I am. Some interesting riffs here and there, but lacking in the dynamics department. And RIP Chuck, thank you for your rather interesting approach to music.

OpethGuitarist | 2/5 |

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