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RELEASED ON 11/5/2002
posted on 1/2003 By:
I can now finally say I have heard my first extreme metal act following along the lines of Christianity. Not that it affects my rating in any way shape or form. The only reason I found out this was a "Christian" band of sorts is by reading the lyrics of the album. Basically what you have here is a mid-paced thrash type album with mostly death vokills and some black metal like ones thrown in for good measure.
The guitar riffs are done well, but are by no means outstanding. They have a very Type O Negative (although that's not to say they sound like Type O Negative musically, they just have the same sound) vibe to them with that kind of over-distorted-ultra-fuzz sound. I know a lot of people that go back and forth on whether it sounds good or not, personally since I enjoy Type O Negative it doesn't phase me. The drums are well played, but there's nothing to get to giddy about. The bass is also well played, but is not heard to often because the guitars tend to drown it out. The vokills are the only thing I go back and forth on. They're well done, but I don't know if it's the production or what but they sound distorted or something. I can't quite but my finger on it, but they're just not fully to my liking.
The production on this is pretty raw, but if you can get past it there is some decent music to be found. Would I run out to get this one? No, but it is worth checking out none the less. There are some cool tracks on here, my favorite being "Forced Belief". In the end I would definitely listen before I'd buy.
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