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Ought Room Inside The World
"Room Inside The World" is regular. With many Post-Rock elements and many clear influences from other classic bands of the genre, Ought was able to release an ok album that is cool and fun to listen to. But the sound may sound kind of boring over time. Nothing disastrous, but nothing to celebrate.
Senses Fail If There Is Light, It Will Find You
"If There Is Light, It Will Find You" is the first Senses Fail album i listen to in full, and the impression of the work is the best possible. I know the band since my childhood and i used to listen to one or another song, i did not intended to and did not wanted to listen more than that, since i did not like the genre very much in that time. The last release is a beautiful combination of Pop-Punk and Emo, bordering on the underground at times and being very commercial in others. The songs are original and show the consistency of the band, which has always used the same success formula without becoming generic or repetitive.
Harakiri for the Sky Arson
"Arson" is a brake on the band's innovation and breadth, but it's not even close to be a insult or misjudgment. The album is full of spectacular elements that really fill many spaces that their left in the last works. "Aokigahara" can be considered the masterpiece of the band, but the last record of the Austrian folks is intense from the beginning to the end. The duration of the record is almost imperceptible after you catch yourself being immersed in the sound quality imposed by the eight songs.
Mom Jeans. best buds
One of the best albums i listened last year is also one of the saddest and most sentimental. The reality of the disc matches some moments and situations that i have experienced in the last weeks of my life. The melodies fit together, making the music stand out among so many bands of the style. An essential album for the lovers of the genre.
Autopsy Tourniquets, Hacksaws and Graves
"Tourniquets, Hacksaws and Graves" is just another Autopsy album. There is no innovation and no progressivity in comparison with their old material, but that is quite acceptable and normal for a band for so long on the scene. Some songs are incredible and with a senseless absurdity, but at least half of the album is pretty boring and lazy. It's worth listening to, but it may not be the best album to start listening and getting to know the band's sound.
Suffocation Human Waste
An incredible and very consistent EP from the early years of Suffocation. Some of the songs on this album are also included in "Effigy of the Forgotten" which is the best work of the band, in my opinion. The only difference is the raw sonority and the less elaborate production, which even gives more sense of a classic Death Metal album than the rest. It is worth checking.
Dying Fetus Killing on Adrenaline
"Killing on Adrenaline" is the best and most consistent album of the early years of Dying Fetus. The sound is unique, making the band walk from Death Metal, to Deathgrind, and even parking on the technical elements of the style. Classic.

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