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SERDCE is a progressive death metal act from Belarus (Minsk) formed in 1997. The band released their debut full-length studio album Aritmiya in 2003. Cyberly followed in 2004 and The Alchemy Of Harmony in 2009.

The band combines brutal death metal with very technical playing standards. Their sound deviates from most Progressive Metal Bands due to the jazzy leanings of the material and the unpredictable song structures.

Biography by Bonnek.

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4.75 | 7 ratings
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 The Alchemy of Harmony by SERDCE album cover Studio Album, 2009
4.75 | 7 ratings

The Alchemy of Harmony
Serdce Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

Review by mp3killer

5 stars Incredibly impressive album from this belarusians! This band should be much more known. They can easly compare to tech veterans like Atheist, Cynic and Obscura. Production of this album is fantastic - crystal clear sound & fantastic bass. Every time I listen to this CD, I am blown away anew. The band has an original way of melding together their disparate influences into a tight and cohesive whole. Although the riffs can be very choppy and angular, and the music can jump between styles very suddenly, it never feels forced or unnatural. Even at its most bizarre, the music never loses its focus. I also like the long instrumental sections in some of the songs, which really let the band stretch out and explore their ideas to the fullest. The vocalist sounds continually enraged-- he has a sort of harsh bark that isn't as gutteral as most death metal vocals, though his voice fits the music well. The bassist (who is actually audible for most, if not all, of the time) adds all sorts of color to the music. The occasional use of keyboards is tastefully done, too, adding spacey atmosphere when needed. This an essential addition to any tech-metal fan's collection.

Really great piece of art to occupy your brains!

Thanks to CCVP for the artist addition.

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