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Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

2.63 | 11 ratings

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4 stars At 2004, Anata finally did an album sounding like themselves. This is their unique style. It's still exaggerated, but in a good way. Anata noticed the fact that they are hyperactive songwriters, and tried to balance their music. They could not do this, Quite the contrary, they were more hyperactive than ever. Aggressive and hard listening, too many complex riffs per song and sometimes melodic, but now the strange non-stop riffage machine makes the album pretty catchy. The weak point is the double bass, even the tempo changes prevents the strafing drums. The guitar works are unbelievable, these guys don't stop playing expert stuff and gettin prog within weird tempo. The highlights of the album are: Shackled to Guilt (the opening track) and Entropy WIthin, the perfect fuse of swedish old school death metal with technical tune.
VOTOMS | 4/5 |


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