Martyrdod
Paranoia


4.5
superb


Release Date: 2012 | Tracklist

Review Summary: Go Crust GO!

1. Buy Martyrdöd - Paranoia
2. Put the cd in the car-stereo
3. Push "Play"
4. Have a friend scrape your brains from the carchair neck-thing

AWWWW YEA them riffs.

Sweden has been the hotspot for underground d-beat/crust music for a long time now. And since i live there i thought i would get into this kind of music. So i went to a concert in a shabby bar with band-merch at the entrance, And i came in with very little to none expectations of what i was about to see and hear.
This was 3 years ago, just after "sekt" was released, and i have to tell you i havent seen a concert with more energy except when i went to Leeds/England and saw "pulled apart by horses".

Present GO! a couple of days ago i heard that martyrdöd would release another album, and i felt like a child on christmas.
Album Starts off with "Nog Är Nog" (Enough is Enough) and you hear right away that this is the Martyrdöd that you've come to love and adore in the past decade. They dont back away from incorporate melody,
Solo's and harsh attacks of massive riffs and beautiful disaster.

The first thing i noticed about this album is that it have a more cleaner and enhanced engineering and most crustfans might think this is a bad thing, but in my opinion it just adds to the music array that Martyrdöd
have perfected through the years. Now The thing that makes this album so good is that the members of martyrdöd dont really reinvent the crust genre, but they do it better that most of their peers. The vocals are as
Throat-shredding and mindblowing as you remember them to be and the mucicanship have never been better.

The Verdict:
This is a D-Beat Classic and a must have for fans of the genre. You might not appreciate it as much if you are a
newcomer to the genre. Still, Nothing on this album feels pushed, rushed or out of place. If I had to isolate one aspect of the album that really puts it over the top, it would be the dynamics. While it’s not uncommon to see modern d-beat bands incorporate a wide array of musical influences from the metal end of the spectrum, including solos, pinch-harmonics, discordant melodies, polyrhythmic syncopation, etc.,
but few bands do it with the ease and feeling of authenticity that marks Paranoia.



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Comments:Add a Comment 
BobMcflum
June 25th 2012


125 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Hi guys i havent been on here for awhile so i figured i'd make a review for a serious album of the year contender (sorry for the short review)

CaptainDooRight
June 25th 2012


29132 Comments


serious?



Digging: Kangding Ray - Solens Arc

BobMcflum
June 25th 2012


125 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

damnit i added this without seeing that this album already were added

Havey
June 25th 2012


9684 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

album rules but what

alachlahol
June 25th 2012


7489 Comments


riff to the opening song was a little fruity but other than that havent listened to this album ill assume its average

alachlahol
June 25th 2012


7489 Comments


and dude youre from sweden mad props man i was watching getaway in stockholm and ghost rider you swedes pull off reckless endangerment with ease

BirthRite
June 25th 2012


1318 Comments


This isn't half bad

BobMcflum
June 26th 2012


125 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Alachlahol (if that is your real name) don't you trust my taste of music?

BirthRite
June 26th 2012


1318 Comments


i recently added a review to the site, and i added it to a new album. The problem is that the album already was added, so basicly there are a duplicate of the same album. If someone could delete my review and the added album so i could reupload it.

The album was Martyrdod - Paranoia
i recently added a review to the site, and i added it to a new album. The problem is that the album already was added, so basicly there are a duplicate of the same album. If someone could delete my review and the added album so i could reupload it.

The album was Martyrdod - Paranoia
i recently added a review to the site, and i added it to a new album. The problem is that the album already was added, so basicly there are a duplicate of the same album. If someone could delete my review and the added album so i could reupload it.

The album was Martyrdod - Paranoia
i recently added a review to the site, and i added it to a new album. The problem is that the album already was added, so basicly there are a duplicate of the same album. If someone could delete my review and the added album so i could reupload it.

The album was Martyrdod - Paranoia
i recently added a review to the site, and i added it to a new album. The problem is that the album already was added, so basicly there are a duplicate of the same album. If someone could delete my review and the added album so i could reupload it.

The album was Martyrdod - Paranoia


BobMcflum
June 26th 2012


125 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

yea well it all worked out =P



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