Burst - Origo


8.2 | 48 votes |
Release date: 2005
Style: Progressive metalcore, Post-metal

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05. Flight's End
06. Homebound
07. It Comes Into View
08. Storm Wielder
09. Mercy Liberation

Staff review by
Deadsoulman
Rating:
9.7
Two years after the already excellent Prey On Life, the Swedish Burst come back with their new effort entitled Origo. Burst is one of those bands that don't hesitate to explode the barriers between genres (metal or not) and to explore new horizons. This is also one of those bands that are labelled as metalcore and, as such, despised by a lot of "true" metalheads who probably didn't know better than hating them without even hearing one note of their music (Mastodon is also in this situation).

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published 03.03.2006 | Comments (1)

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02.03.2015 - 04:18
Maco
Handbanana
Cool!
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17.09.2015 - 18:19
Constantine
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Great, best Burst album imo.
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14.09.2016 - 07:13
Maco
Handbanana
Best metalcore album.
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05.06.2017 - 23:28
VIG
Starman
Yya, finally some post-metal I can really get into!
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05.06.2017 - 23:38
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Written by VIG on 05.06.2017 at 23:28

Yya, finally some post-metal I can really get into!


Post metal? I would call it metalcore.

Btw, awesome album.
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05.06.2017 - 23:41
VIG
Starman
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 05.06.2017 at 23:38

Written by VIG on 05.06.2017 at 23:28

Yya, finally some post-metal I can really get into!


Post metal? I would call it metalcore.

Btw, awesome album.


Well, I mean anything in that sort of thing, I guess. Post, sludge, stoner, metalcore, etc. I can't get into those genres as much as others.
I found some post elements in this album, but yes you could call it metalcore. It is also progressive in some ways.

It is an awesome album
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