Hieronymus Bosch - Artificial Emotions



8.7 | 10 votes |
Release date: 30 May 2005
Style: Progressive death metal

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01. Interference
02. Third Half
03. Nodus
04. Escape From Primitivity
05. Tired Eyes
06. Blind Windows Stare
07. Dew Swimmer
08. Practical Criticism
09. Whispers In Bedlam
10. Heartbeat Seismology

Line-up
Vsevolod Gorbenko - vocals, bass, keyboards
Vladimir Leiviman - guitars
Vadim Orlov - guitars
Andrey Ischenko - drums

Additional info
All songs written by Leiviman/Gorbenko.
Arranged by Leiviman/Gorbenko/Ischenlo/Orlov.
All lyrics written by Gorbenko and Hieronymus Bosch band.
Recorded and mixed at Aria Studio during winter 2004/2005.
Mixed and engineered by Dmitry Kalinin.
Produced by Dmitry Kalinin and Hieronymus Bosch band.
Mastered by Andrey Subbotin at Saturday Mastering.
Artwork by Eugene Volpov.
Photos by Azary "Graza" Gortchakov.

Guest review by
qlacs
Rating:
9.4
If you've ever heard something delirious, melancholic, something impulsive, something that comes from the deep soul that is so true that you have a hard time believing in it, yet implemented in the harshness of reality, think about it twice more. And again, once more.

Okay, I've maybe over-exaggerated the sentence above a bit, but this band defined a moody, gloomy atmospheric sound that I haven't heard from anyone else. Hailing from the cold-winded streets of Russia, many years after their debut, these guys will show you something that, if you listen carefully, will definitely stick in your mind.

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27.09.2013 - 10:10
Rating: 8
K†ulu
Seeker of Truth
A few listens, and I have discovered the beauty of this album. Very strong prog death effort, with hints of Atheist, Dark Tranquility, Gorod, and even Arcturus. These guys, nevertheless, crafted their own way of expression, adding some neoclassical touches a la Jason Becker and utilizing keyboards. The production is amazing: organic and vibrant, it lets every instrument breath and shine through. Just wow! I will be researching this band in more detail.
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Savor what you feel and what you see
Things that may not seem important now
But may be tomorrow

R.I.P. Chuck Schuldiner

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