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|3.5 great||Grumpy | March 28th 20|
Yup, this is good. I dig the vocals, pretty standard but fits to the whole thing pretty well. The riffs are good, (yes it chugs m/), but I felt the guitars get a bit boring after a while... these solo-kinda-things weren't that great, tbh. But I'm glad it has some pretty synths in some songs, great addition to the sound!
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|3.0 good||tectactoe | March 27th 20|
Sure, DDD.... """"""""""working"""""""""" from home..... ;o)
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|4.5 superb||ecalahorrano | March 29th 20|
I'm not a doom fan, but this is really good. Headbanging all time.
|3.0 good||GamamJ | March 28th 20|
Solid slab of modern Death-Doom. Murderous tone, great mammoth riffs and a good dose of melodies. As can be expected for Death-Doom quite strong atmosphere and slow. It does nevertheless not bring much new to the table, and the last track could easily be shortened.
|4.5 superb||WyattEarp | March 27th 20|
Brilliant album. Final track could've been trimmed a little, though.
|4.0 excellent||Chino smoking it up! | March 27th 20|
Here I am, working at home, holding a (the 3rd) glass of red, and 4.5ing (as expected) a DeathDoom
album I was holding in anticipation. These guys simply know how to tight riff and get heavy
without the crazy speed, maintaining (as I expected) a sick ,slight dissonance in the melodic
leads very Hooded Menacelike that makes this my beach...also this guy's vocals are sow low yet
perceivable, which seems almost impossible. Recd Tracks - Self Schism; Casket of Shame. EDIT: I
was a tad drunk, but album is a solid 4.
|3.0 good||Trey STAFF | April 24th 20|
|3.0 good||Coast | April 7th 20|
|3.0 good||Azog | April 5th 20|
|3.0 good||Wolfe | April 2nd 20|
|4.0 excellent||Dean M. CONTRIBUTOR | April 2nd 20|
|3.5 great||blou52 | March 30th 20|
|4.0 excellent||Jeejee | March 30th 20|
|3.5 great||Elevon | March 29th 20|
|4.5 superb||Ray91 | March 27th 20|
|4.5 superb||Emms | March 25th 20|
|4.0 excellent||Dmax28 | March 22nd 20|
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