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Release date: 22 November 2011
Style: Progressive death metal, Technical deathcore

Rating:

8.2 | 105 votes

Owners:

93 have it
12 want it


01. Alpha Incipient
02. Ritual Of Godflesh
03. Become One
04. Cerebral Hybridization
05. Prison Of The Mind
06. The Flame Surreal
07. Enslaved Eternal Phenomenon
08. Hallucination
09. The Harvest Wombs
10. Assemblage Of Wolves

Lyrics (10)


Line-up
Alex Hofmann - vocals
Rob Maramonte - guitars
Scott Carstairs - guitars
Andrew Baird - drums
Rob Morey - bass

Found in 14 lists
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qlacs Quite Unusual Choices : Death Metal  | #31
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3rdWorld Divine Code For The Comfort Of Cowards : Best Of Death Metal In 2011  | #25
musclassia 2010-2014: Top 100 Albums (WIP)  | #110
Korah 2011 And the Weird Mushroom with Korah  | #17
psykometal My 2011 Likes  | #15
FleshGod FleshGod's Top 10: 2011  | #2
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qlacs - 22.11.2011 at 10:58  
Rating: 7 Too bad the generic deathcore things have remained besides the technical death stuff. 8, maybe 9... I was expecting more.

EDiT: Definitely 9.
psykometal - 24.11.2011 at 01:12  
 
Written by qlacs on 22.11.2011 at 10:58

generic deathcore things have remained

Are we listening to the same album cuz I'm not hearing any deathcore moments at all?! I've listened to this album a few times already and I'm hearing nothing but prog/tech death goodness.
Troy Killjoy - 24.11.2011 at 02:15  
  I've heard of this album on a few different sites now. Guess I should check it out, although I have been wary of their deathcore background.
Dangerboner - 05.12.2011 at 23:11  
Rating: 9 Wow, this album is great. Not really deathcore, but more in the same style as Ouroboros and Vale of Pnath, but way better. The instrumental songs are my favorite
Qube - 13.12.2011 at 17:09  
Rating: 6 Thrash riffs, tech/death show-offery, atmospheric black passages... Damn there's a lot of stuff in there. I don't know what to make of it yet.
Qube - 14.12.2011 at 23:18  
Rating: 6 Well, after a few listens this does not work for me.

The musicianship is indeed very good but the songwriting feels overly simple. The atmospheric bits are put side by side with the death metal parts like they actually come from different songs. The solos and the melodic are great but again they're is close to no build up towards them.

I guess that's how it sounds to me:

Atmo black ... pause ... death ... pause ... melodic tech/death ... pause ... rinse and repeat

Don't get me wrong, there's a lot of good ideas in there but I don't think they have matured yet.

I really look forward to a next album though.
MétalNoir - 20.12.2011 at 22:01  
 
Which band has copied the other one's cover?
vezzy - 20.12.2011 at 22:04  
  To be honest, these "cryptic astrological Freemason mysticism Dan Brown oh look an ambigram" covers get repetitive, so it's not necessarily a rip-off.

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