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RELEASED ON 9/27/2003
posted on 1/2004 By:
Right on, a little Metalcore for your asses. Straight forward, full on crunching production and riffage, shouted vocals with good cadence, and a fairly bloodcurdling scream. And even a little Anselmic singy songy now and then. Terribly original? No-hoho. Catchy and heavy? Hell yeah.
This being a demo I again won't be spending much time telling you why you should buy it. But if it weren't a demo you could do worse. It's well produced and well performed, no bullshit and very demonstrative of a hard working band with an eye on quality.
Musically the various group members display a lot of individual talent, and when it comes to the song, they are all about the team. This is good demo-thinking. Most TA types don't seem to get overly geeked about flashy bullshit. They want to know about the package.
If I could give a little constructive criticism it would be that there are quite a few Metalcore bands right now, so these guys could use a little more distinction in their songwriting. But if I were a record company jackoff I would certainly be taking a very hard look at this act. The potential and the work ethic is right there on record. I hope to be seeing some pro tracks from Rising Pain soon, as long as they kick up the character.
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