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COLORS

Between The Buried And Me

 

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

4.05 | 385 ratings

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sgtpepper
5 stars Another excellent album by BtBaM, this time as a one long song. Again, we have a heavy album focusing on death- metal/metalcore filled with lighter moments. This time, though, there are even haunting harmonized vocals with raw guitars; they get overriden with growls however, soon ;). This shows band trying to expand their horizon.

The band is at their peak in creating melodic mellow music mixed with brutal deathcore moments. Keyboards are hearable on this album, too, and used effectively but sparsely.

From the very first moment on the album represented by piano lines and gentle vocals, it is clear this is going to be an extraordinary piece of music. The vocals remind me of Jenn Lynne a bit. A pretty unusual for a death-metal/metalcore band. "Informal gluttony" provides world-music seconds with interesting percussions. 4.5 stars round to 5.

sgtpepper | 5/5 |

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