The Contortionist - Clairvoyant



Release date: 15 September 2017
Style: Progressive deathcore

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01. Monochrome (Passive)
02. Godspeed
03. Reimagined
04. Clairvoyant
05. The Center
06. Absolve
07. Relapse
08. Return To Earth
09. Monochrome (Pensive)

Line-up
Michael Lessard - vocals
Eric Guenther - keyboards
Cameron Maynard - guitars
Robby Baca - guitars
Joey Baca - drums
Jordan Eberhardt - bass


Comments

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Today - 01:23
Alex F
Slick Dick Rick
The released tracks sound really nice, but there's virtually no "deathcore" left in their sound. Pretty much just melancholic, slightly ambient-influenced, prog. Seems like a natural progression from their previous album.
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Today - 03:55
VIG
Written by Alex F on Today at 01:23

Pretty much just melancholic, slightly ambient-influenced, prog. Seems like a natural progression from their previous album.


Yeah, I am pretty excited for this one. I liked the last one a lot, but their early deathcore stuff is really shitty.
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Today - 04:08
Alex F
Slick Dick Rick
Written by VIG on Today at 03:55

Yeah, I am pretty excited for this one. I liked the last one a lot, but their early deathcore stuff is really shitty.

I actually consider Exoplanet one of the best deathcore albums ever tbh haha. The songwriting is surprisingly mature and incredibly diverse, and from a purely technical standpoint it was immediately obvious that they were/are highly talented and skilled musicians. Some of the chord progressions on their first album already showed signs of genre blending, and the diversity in song structure with tons of "fancy" time signatures and strange rhythmic patterns doesn't come across as forced much like it does with shitty tech death or djent bands. Granted I started listening to The Contortionist when Exoplanet came out so it holds a sort of nostalgic appeal to me that it may not to many other people (especially Primal Directive, I fuckin love that song). even given that, I do still think that Language is their best and I'm crazy excited for this album
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Today - 05:47
VIG
Written by Alex F on Today at 04:08

I actually consider Exoplanet one of the best deathcore albums ever tbh haha. The songwriting is surprisingly mature and incredibly diverse, and from a purely technical standpoint it was immediately obvious that they were/are highly talented and skilled musicians. Some of the chord progressions on their first album already showed signs of genre blending, and the diversity in song structure with tons of "fancy" time signatures and strange rhythmic patterns


I can understand what you are saying. I will have to re listen I guess. I think there are probably a lot of deathcore bands are pretty talented and skilled, but just make bad music.
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