RAGESTORM
The Thin Line Between And Hope And Ruin


4.0
excellent

Review

by Metalbleedingcorp USER (8 Reviews)
November 18th, 2013 | 1 replies | 350 views


Release Date: 09/15/2013 | Tracklist

Review Summary: we consider that the album ' The Thin Line Between Hope and Ruin ' is an album that has the structure of a neat music track by track, composition of music that is simple but very comfortable, Dense and very solid is positive impacts to this band. The Mu

Just one word for this band. Brilliant.

Music composition that is extremely comfortable, simple but very solid, made us very impressed to hear the band's first album from Aosta, Italy. There are no complicated Riffs played, but impressed very dense and Varied.

We think what is offered by Ragestorm is A Modern Deathmetal Style, it is characterized by success include the thrash Element and Melodic harmonic riffs into deathmetal basic music concept . Not only that, the structure of the music is very definitely not a boring, because Ragestorm very smart set the rhythm of their music, so it doesn't seem boring and simple, although the rhythm riff they play very basic.

After hearing over and over throughout the song in their debut studio album, we presume, they have opium in their music, so we very much wanted to continue to play them. That makes us not get tired of hearing, it was a dazzling harmonic melodic riff, the music does not get hung up on one tempo but extremely variable, and a very aggressive vocal Characters, clever put position and very mature in setting the rhythm of the music. The quality of sound for a band that does not yet have the label was more than remarkable.

Some of the elements of melodic harmonics they play, we are reminded of the album 'The End Of Disclosure ' of Hypocrisy, the melodic Character offered very balanced with what Ragestorm offered with that album, but the value for Ragestorm is that the melodic offered a little more Harmonic and Thrashy and Hypocrisy is more profound. The Character Vocal of ' Marke ' and ' Kolla ' Growl and scream successive applied with very aggressive is one of positive added value for this band.

The Album ' The Thin Line Between Hope and Ruin ' has a total 11Track with an intro in the song ' 'Hari Seldon's Speech'. The song called 'The Meatgrinder Theory' is the opening track is perfect, because Ragestorm try to introduce their character of Deathmetal first to the listener. The second track 'Debt Ritual', in this song it seems obvious that Ragestorm began to show the structure of music vary markedly by incorporating elements of thrash and deathmetal is more dominant. Starting from the third Track to the end, It seems clear the balance from Thrash, Death and harmonic melodic and And aggressive vocal successfully implemented.

Overall, we consider that the album ' The Thin Line Between Hope and Ruin ' is an album that has the structure of a neat music track by track, composition of music that is simple but very comfortable, Dense and very solid is positive impacts to this band. The Musical Characters typical marked with a combination of Balanced between melodic, Thrash Riffs and Deathmetal and don't forget, a very aggressive vocal coloring their music. So if you want to enjoy variatif music , not monotonous, and full of harmonic melodic Riffs, we recommend heard this album.



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