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|4.0 excellent||David Mackowiak | June 10th 16|
Sounds of the End is a challenging, yet rewarding listen. While comparisons will always exist between Mephistopheles and Psycroptic in regard to both Chalky, who sang for the latter before leaving, and the sheer technicality that elevates both, this manages to escape the tech death comfort zone almost completely through innovative guitar work that shifts between varying ideas and genres, sometimes within individual songs. It's production can lend itself a little TOO well to the Willowtip roster, but even still, this is an easy recommendation.
|3.0 good||OldCrime | April 22nd 14|
Wasted opportunity. Imagine this with a good guitar sound and decent production! Chalky's vocals deserve more than this.
|4.0 excellent||DePlazz | January 31st 14|
Nice surprise. Solid songwriting, awesome guitar work, lots of creative riffing & chording, great structuring. These guys go their own way, somewhere between Spawn, Gorguts, Portal, T.O.O.H. and jazz. This is the album The Faceless would have wanted to make after Planetary Duality but couldn't pull off.
|4.0 excellent||Benc | December 15th 14|
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