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Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by The Ozzman, Jul 30, 2008.

  1. Master_Yoda77

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    Just came here to post that myself. Certainly not perfect, but there's enough killer tracks on there to overpass the weaker ones (like Legions Arise. Bleh). Great release!
     
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    Oblivious Maximus I am the worm

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    Yeah, I'm more than satisfied with it. Most of the songs are catchy as hell. Another group of legends deliver.

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    Best bass tone?
     
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    Oblivious Maximus I am the worm

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    Amazing synth sounds, too. I listened to that a few weeks ago. Still immune to overplay. Speaking of:

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    This band is not my usual cup of tea, but this always sounded like it was in the key of the noise in my head, right down to the deliberate glitch. I guess we know why now.
     
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    This band has been on my radar since Feed the Ego (2014), as one with some real potential, they've progressed faster than I expected honestly with this album. This should be labeled progressive thrash. Some seriously sick modulations and time signature changes, they slooowly lead your ear menacingly through key by key with diminished licks and keep it thrashing throughout. It's never boring, and yet it doesn't change too quickly or leave you wondering what happened like some technical bands. Good shit
     
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    ^ I love Algebra this album rules. I could listen to infinity...

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    well this pretty much blew my face off

    deathgrind with relentless speed and intensity and just enough groovy hooks to keep you listening
     
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    Paramæcium
     
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    Melodic death I can get behind.
     
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