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I wouldn’t sleep on Elephants In Paradise Extinction Trilogy. I rather liked this, and I feel like it would appeal to a wide variety of Metal fans, except for the elitist type that only listens to one type. There’s some good stuff here. Glad I didn’t let a couple of words talk me out of giving it a chance.
Starlight and Ash from Oceans of Slumber is not an album that should be stifled by naysayers that are trapped by stupid notions of what is or is not heavy. You will be hard-pressed to find an album as truly heavy emotionally as this one. This is an album that has music that should not be stifled. This is not just an album of glorious music, but a transcendental experience of emotion and passion; of voice and notes that will transport your soul to new places you never thought possible.
What also makes ‘Brotherhood’ a very interesting album is the list of guest vocalists Mat Sinner could win for the new record. Oliver Palotai, Ralf Scheepers, Ronnie Romero, Tom Englund, and death metal icon Dave Ingram, all contributed to the class of this album.
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The foundation though, which is never lost sight of, can be found in extreme metal and Mantar never releases easy stuff. The duo’s music is raw and untamed, yet neither the album nor the songs seem uncoordinated.
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I’m going to do something I vowed when I started doing that I wouldn’t do. I’ve got to lower the boom. We all have a friend in our lives that’s well-intentioned, they try real hard and want to make something of themselves at that one thing that is their dream, but for whatever reason, they just can’t seem to get there, and it mostly has to do with the fact that, despite having some of the skills necessary to do what they want to do, ultimately they miss the mark too many times to make it happen. Anvil, we need to talk.
You know those bands that have a signature sound, that from album to album, you can almost guarantee how it is going to be? For certain bands you can fairly well take it to the bank, when you buy their album, you know exactly what you’re getting.