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|4.0 excellent||Unskathed123 | August 5th 09|
Very good album. Kind of pigeonholed by The Black Dahlia Murder and the such, but they pull it off very well. Excellent drumming and excellent guitar work. Vocals are well done and the lyrics are interesting. The dark, tremolo picked passages alone make this album worth buying. The title track is also an amazing instrumental including some flamenco guitar.
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|4.0 excellent||Scrambled | October 15th 09|
This album kicks ass. Definitely some TBDM in there, but songs like the title track and VII: the Descent help
Wretched stand apart and are obviously not close to anything BDM would do. As the other sound-offs noted, this
album is great in part because the guitar and drum work here is amazing. If you're into Knights of the Abyss, or
perhaps All Shall Perish, I would recommend checking this album out, even just for the two songs I named plus
Aborning, and A Preservation of Immortality.
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|3.0 good||A7XEric | March 5th 09|
Not anything too special. Very generic gothenburg melo-death metal plus breakdowns. Only thing worthwhile about the album were the also somewhat generic solos. The title track is worth checking out though.
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|4.0 excellent||MillionDead | June 11th 14|
An excellent first outing for these guys. Technical and progressive death metal with a bit of thrash and core that hits all the right spots.
|3.5 great||ForestGagnon | August 16th 13|
I don't dig the vocalist, but if the whole album was like the instrumental title track this would be a 4-4.5
|4.0 excellent||TheNotrap | October 6th 12|
Pretty enjoyable debut from one of the most talented new acts in the modern death metal scene.
|2.5 average||YUJOS | October 3rd 12|
A completely Black Dahlia Murder and early Between The Buried And Me worship. I prefer the music of the aformentioned bands more. The instrumental 9 minute title track is very good though.
|4.0 excellent||DannyDiz160 | December 22nd 10|
This album is pretty solid, I dig that every song pretty much has a solo in it. The solos are bad ass Steven Funderburk is nasty.
|4.0 excellent||TarkAhh | July 2nd 10|
This is one of those albums where you can listen through the entire tracklisting once and be happy. Every
member of this band has extremely good talent. Great songs to check out besides ALL of them:
VI: The Exodus of Autonomy (Instrumental)
Further notes...this band isn't your average chug chug BREAKDOWN TIME band. Beautiful and well written
songs from a lyrical aspect as well as an instrumental aspect. Like most can agree...it's a shame that these
guys aren't as popular as they should be. Once again...a great album.
|4.0 excellent||Befall | May 13th 10|
Fantastic band, fantastic album. Although they contain similar melodic structures as TBDM, they are in no way copies. They prove to hold their own with fantastic melodic guitars, crushing breakdowns, and interesting musicality. The long instrumental is fantastic.
|4.0 excellent||glocks4sale | May 12th 09|
Incredible texture throughout-- very well-paced and balanced. Like a fine melo-death-core wine.
The instrumental track is honestly a work of art.
|5.0 classic||dmoney89 | April 12th 09|
awsome!!! loved every second of it. the guitar solos are insane! steven funderburk is a god! have my babies!
|4.0 excellent||Soossi | August 13th 17|
|4.0 excellent||em17ah | May 25th 15|
|4.0 excellent||yobrah7 | March 30th 15|
|4.0 excellent||rfsorbo | April 3rd 13|
|4.0 excellent||BabyJ | November 30th 12|
|4.0 excellent||Kheshef | November 1st 12|
|4.0 excellent||JLeww69 | April 8th 12|
|3.0 good||Warpt | March 26th 12|
|4.0 excellent||ev0ken | January 28th 12|
|3.0 good||MO | December 1st 10|
|3.5 great||dre517 | November 2nd 10|
|3.0 good||prouty | October 5th 10|
|4.5 superb||ess | August 27th 10|
|4.0 excellent||MyDirge | August 4th 10|
|4.0 excellent||philm | July 23rd 10|
|4.0 excellent||GhostK | April 22nd 10|
|4.0 excellent||urrburr | December 12th 09|
|2.5 average||pride | December 1st 09|
|1.5 very poor||lobby | May 8th 09|
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