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|3.7 great||Voivod STAFF | July 21st 14|
I haven't been faithfully tracking Friedman's work outside of Megadeth - guilty as charged! - but Inferno sounds like his most diverse album yet. I really like how he embraces some of the numerous aspects of extreme metal and rock n' roll and filters it through his insane guitar shredding. The album has a good replay value overall and the only objection lies in the sound of the guitars which could be less polished and closer to what Blotted Science have respectively done. Last but not least, major kudos are due to Jason Becker for defying Gehrig's disease all these years by writing music constantly, and for contributing some of his wonderful guitar wizardry on "Horrors".
|3.5 great||Willie STAFF | June 18th 14|
Excellent (mostly) instrumental album from Marty Friedman. The songs with vocals definitely stand out as the best, but even the instrumental songs are memorable.
|3.0 good||BRAman22 | June 11th 14|
The playing on here is excellent, but it just gets a little bit boring to me since the majority of the tracks are purely instrumental.
|3.5 great||MrSu | October 2nd 17|
|3.5 great||Ulshad | December 4th 16|
|3.5 great||Xurxo | November 8th 16|
|4.5 superb||Rakkie | May 19th 15|
|3.0 good||jorcau | November 1st 14|
|4.0 excellent||mifzal | October 28th 14|
|4.0 excellent||Sagax | June 3rd 14|
|4.5 superb||wizorz | May 30th 14|
|2.5 average||Simon.K CONTRIBUTOR | May 30th 14|
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