|UserReviews 87Approval 97%Soundoffs 485News Articles 1Band Edits + Tags 2Album Edits 13Album Ratings 486Objectivity 74%Last Active 02-23-16 12:35 amJoined 07-06-09Forum Posts 7Review Comments 568
| ||Trees, Clouds & Silence Trees, Clouds & Silence|
Beautiful debut, despite the occasional mishap. Blackgaze fans will want to keep their eyes on this band in the future.
| ||Fallujah The Flesh Prevails|
Despite losing focus in the second half, The Flesh Prevails makes a strong case for proggy death metal with an ambient soundscape. The results are surprisingly fluent and all the more enjoyable because of it.
| ||Anthrax For All Kings|
Wonderfully treads the line between thrash and traditional heavy metal, barely missing a beat and keeping things interesting.
| ||Demons and Wizards Demons & Wizards|
I imagine the idea of hearing Blind Guardian and Iced Earth struck people as odd and risky when this collaboration was announced. The end result, however, was a bit more pedestrian than one might expect. It's difficult to evaluate the album without drawing comparisons, especially since many of the tracks sound like they could be lifted out of either band's catalogs. Demons & Wizards does occasion to transcend either style and make something that sounds refreshing, namely "Fiddler on the Green," but most of what's contained is less inspirational than one might hope.
| ||Metallica Hardwired... to Self-Destruct|
I'm not sure why Metallica feel the need to make their albums so lengthy. If their music justified sitting down and seriously listening to for 70+ minutes, that'd be one thing, but they're still a casual (thrash) metal band, and no amount of cleaned up production is going to change the fact that this album really, REALLY didn't need to be two discs long. I grew bored before the first disc even finished and hardly had the interest to continue listening after that. Hardwired... sounds perfectly, well, sound, but there's just too much of what amounts to stale, uninspired material. It would've been better to release the heavier tracks as an L
| ||Dark Tranquillity Atoma|
Disheartening. Does nothing other than serve as a slightly different continuation from Construct. Atoma lacks the initiative to carry out what ambition does exist, and the ensuing stagnation results in an almost complete lack of interest.
| ||After the Burial Dig Deep|
Good (borderline great) slab of slightly proggy metalcore. The songs are nice, tight and concise, making the album accessible while offering enough of a punch to tide even genre naysayers over.
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