Neurotech - The Decipher Volumes



8.2 | 93 votes |
Release date: 23 June 2013
Style: Industrial metal, Symphonic metal

Owners:

55 have it
13 want it


[Decipher Vol. 1]
01. Vol. 1 - Prelude
02. The Cyber Waltz
03. Damage Is Done
04. Home
05. Below The Scars

[Decipher Vol. 2]
06. Vol. 2 - Prelude
07. Let The Healing Begin
08. The Race To Recovery
09. A Clouded Mind
10. Is The Sunrise Coming
11. Unconditional
12. This Is The New Age
13. The Separate Way

[Decipher Vol. 3]
14. Vol. 3 - Prelude
15. Closure
16. No Turning Back
17. Triumph
18. The Difference
19. A New Tomorrow
20. Decipher

Line-up
Wulf - vocals, guitars, synths, drum programming
Tanja Ravljen - female vocals

Additional info
Female vocals on Decipher Vol. 2 by Tanja Ravljen

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09.05.2012 - 14:12
MechanisT
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One word; stoked.
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06.10.2012 - 11:34
Neroese
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Wulf write on his FB page that Vol.3 will be other than previous releases:

Quote:
''the final part of the Decipher series is in the works, it will be again different from the previous two. So at the end we will probably have one of the most bipolar records ever made :3"
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06.10.2012 - 17:39
Lit.
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Want.
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24.06.2013 - 09:50
Neroese
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Fuk yea! This is it!
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25.06.2013 - 05:03
Rating: 8
JÄY
Metal slave
It's pretty damn good, but I can't help but wish he had more emphasis on the guitars like before
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25.06.2013 - 23:27
Rating: 9
FeskarN
Awesome atmosphere through the songs. Love it!
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The Land Is Silent... Before The Storm!
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28.06.2013 - 21:31
Rating: 9
Boxcar Willy
yr a kook
This is fantastic.
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forever bummed out
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25.11.2013 - 20:55
Rating: 7
gnirpz
Interesting album and genre. I'm at my first listening of the subgenre of metal. I had a look on the list of MechanisT (Cybernesis: Impeccably-Assembled Albums To Get You Wired Into The Genre). I'll dig into that pretty soon.

I gave a 7.4/10. That album it's a kind of numerical odyssey. Decipher Vol. 1 is my favorite one but that could change in the future. Like I said, that's a subgenre discovery for me.
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01.01.2014 - 06:17
Lit.
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Magical album.
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04.02.2014 - 21:10
Rating: 10
BloodJuNkie
The Warchief
Brilliant!
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05.02.2014 - 15:18
Rating: 10
BloodJuNkie
The Warchief
Whoever gave this album a "1" i hope you get raped by a psycho chimpanzee!!
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05.02.2014 - 17:10
Troy Killjoy
perfunctionist
Written by BloodJuNkie on 05.02.2014 at 15:18
Whoever gave this album a "1" i hope you get raped by a psycho chimpanzee!!

Not the most subtle way of asking someone to look into possible vote abuse, but that 1 is no longer threatening the virginity of our vote abuser as it (along with a few others) have been removed due to their "manipulative nature", you could say.
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Prettier than BloodTears.
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07.02.2014 - 09:05
Stoned Crow
Voting a 1 is merely reflective of a moronic mind. I don't know if I have ever listened to an album worthy of a 1; even with musical genres I totally despise, my criticism is more prone toward reason than idiocy. "Manipulative nature": yes, without question. Voting a 1 on an album currently ranked higher than your favorite album isn't just opprobrious, it's childish.

As to the album, I have never listened to Neurotech. I am off to do so, now.
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I'm very serious about not being serious.
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07.02.2014 - 19:25
Lit.
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Written by Stoned Crow on 07.02.2014 at 09:05

Voting a 1 is merely reflective of a moronic mind. I don't know if I have ever listened to an album worthy of a 1; even with musical genres I totally despise, my criticism is more prone toward reason than idiocy. "Manipulative nature": yes, without question. Voting a 1 on an album currently ranked higher than your favorite album isn't just opprobrious, it's childish.

As to the album, I have never listened to Neurotech. I am off to do so, now.

If I may make a suggestion, start from beginning to end, Antagonist to Blue Screen Planet to this to The Elysian Symphony.
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07.10.2014 - 12:06
Rating: 6
LeKiwi
High Fist Prog
A few pretty good tracks that stand out from an otherwise average album. Simplistic songwriting, but catchy at times.
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23.08.2015 - 15:16
Rating: 8
Reaper_Redeamer
Good stuff I enjoyed it when I listened it for first time back in the 2013 rewards.
Most of the tracks were good like: Below The Scars, A Clouded Mind, Is The Sunrise Coming, Unconditional, This Is The New Age, The Separate Way, Closure, Triumph, A New Tomorrow.
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02.11.2015 - 15:02
Rating: 10
ManiacBlasphemer
Black Knight
Some logical fallacies here. The two EP's that form this album are rated much higher, and yet when put together they have a smaller rating? Wow...
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02.11.2015 - 15:50
!J.O.O.E.!
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Written by ManiacBlasphemer on 02.11.2015 at 15:02

Some logical fallacies here. The two EP's that form this album are rated much higher, and yet when put together they have a smaller rating? Wow...

More like a statistical flaw / anomaly rather than a logical one. Those EPs only have a far smaller percentage of voters compared to the combined album. Also, some music may be more enjoyable in smaller doses, or the two EPs may not compliment each other when put side by side etc.
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