Crimson Death - Technology

4.8 | 6 votes |
Release date: 2004
Style: Gothenburg metal


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01. The End Of The Novel
02. Convicts To The Extinction
03. Everhate
04. My Last Word
05. The Tower
06. Technology
07. Messengers Of Sadness
08. Vanity Paradise
09. Song Of The Black River
10. Everhate [promo version]
11. Song Of The Black River [promo version]

Additional info
Recorded at: Session Studio February 2001.
Produced by: John Capcha & Crimson Death.
Art Work: Carlos Delgado, Edgar Rodriguez.
Photography: Herbert Añari.
Icon by: Jose Melo

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Well, first of all, Technology is a special album. You can't start reviewing it before you say something about its recording and the huge efforts the band made so this disc could finally be released. The album was originally recorded in 2001 but due to infinite conflicts and problems with the record label it was not to be released till late 2004. This lack of interest from the recording label justifies to one point why the band didn't get the media attention and the promotion needed. Things like that remind me of many great bands of the past that came from countries where metal was not much welcomed and they were just sentenced to extinction… Septic Flesh is an example of this label behavior that lead the group to disband; being unable to survive in an international market, making all this talent, extinct. Shame… I hope Crimson Death won't have the same outcome because it's really unpleasant to see such great bands failing because their country just can't or doesn't want to promote them…

published 19.11.2006 | Comments (0)

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