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TzarChasm
August 11th 2014


224 Comments


@VinVal: First, I'm not a kid. Period. Second, I phrased myself poorly in that I meant that all of
metal as a "grand" genre is prone to shit production. I have a ton of ambient black and raw black
metal in my collection, so I know all about black metal's track record with production.

My point stands: compare the production on your average jazz/R&B/bubble-gum pop or even country CD to
ninety percent of metal and you'll find that even quality metal bands frequently get shafted.
There's no excuse for albums like Chthonic's Bu-Tik or Mors Principium Est's And Death Said Live . .
. to sound as awful as they do when the music is so goddamned amazing. Hell, even Dark
Tranquillity's latest has faint and indistinct cymbals. :/

VinVal
August 11th 2014


1167 Comments


you dont know the trvth

Solbrave
August 11th 2014


492 Comments


most albums have bad, brickwalled production, it just sounds worse for metal just because of how much the layered instrumentation benefits from actually being, you know, audible

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RenegaDrifter
August 11th 2014


220 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

It's an interesting listen through and through. Not quite what I was expecting though?



As for the production..... you guys who are hung up on THAT aspect alone can't even pretend to not have seen this coming. Nomadic was loud. Hell the first album was pretty up there.

SourAK
August 11th 2014


1629 Comments


this gave me a headache

Tyrael
August 12th 2014


21003 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Apparently, there's a version of the album with a far better mastering which unfortunately has yet to be released to the public...



https://secure.angrymetalguy.com/fallujah-the-flesh-prevails-prevails-review-of-the-dr10-master/

emester
August 12th 2014


5945 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

This album sounds like it was recorded in a shoebox

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SlMBOLlC
August 12th 2014


5327 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

you're worse at analogies than a carrot

Tyrael
August 12th 2014


21003 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

'This album sounds like it was recorded in a shoebox'



the band wanted the album to sound 'loud' but something went wrong during the compression which leaves the end result quite underwhelming

Solbrave
August 13th 2014


492 Comments


it sounds more like it was recorded in between my hand and the lotion on my dick when i charge my jo crystal

Hawks
August 13th 2014


37999 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I keep thinking about checking this, but then remind myself that it's probably really bad.

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Omaha
Staff Reviewer
August 13th 2014


10497 Comments

Album Rating: 3.7

i feel like 99% of metal comments on this site are just "this was recorded in a shoebox" or am i wrong

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Dunpeal
August 13th 2014


3960 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

we have a lot of metal expert nerd elitists on this site, agreed

Dunpeal
August 13th 2014


3960 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

i blame fartano, now everyone wants to one-up him with their assumed musical accumen.

SlMBOLlC
August 13th 2014


5327 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

best production so far has been sweven

Jacquibim
Contributing Reviewer
August 13th 2014


16831 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

sweven[7]

tommygun
August 13th 2014


25680 Comments


still waiting 4 a jac rev of this masterpiece

Dunpeal
August 13th 2014


3960 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

yes this is better, but considering the similar sound, I'm surprised Mechina has substantially less ratings in comparison

XfingTheSullen
August 13th 2014


3071 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

what's sweven?

tempest--
August 13th 2014


16214 Comments



http://lmgtfy.com/?q=Sweven



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