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  • Alternative Vision | www.alternativevision.co.uk - Where Alternative Music Meets Your Vision
    gorgeous I could study it all day Drawn by their very own Conrad Keely using only a blue ballpoint pen the intricate details are mirrored perfectly by their elaborate and ambitious musical style The album begins with a powerful instrumental track aptly named The Giants Causeway and continues full force with two more of the heavier tracks on the album The Far Pavilions and Isis Unveiled After a vigorous start however things start to peter out This isn t necessarily a bad thing though and the album settles down and becomes more balanced your interest is kept by a good mixture of heavier tracks and downbeat piano scores Things start to get a little weak towards the end with the inclusion of several interludes An August Theme and two versions of Insatiable That s not to say that these tracks aren t beautiful because they are it s just that they destroy the pace set by the album so far You can never accuse Trail Of Dead of being boring their style varies greatly in a single album and takes you from passionate powerful complex walls of sound to beautiful meandering and wonderfully simple piano ballads With 13 tracks clocking

    Original URL path: http://www.alternativevision.co.uk/cdreview669.html (2016-04-24)
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  • Alternative Vision | www.alternativevision.co.uk - Where Alternative Music Meets Your Vision
    and clear sounding and within moments of listening to the song you will find yourself singing a long to the infectious sounds of Parachute The B side What s On Your Mind is more of a mellow sounding song but at the same time it still has the stadium feel of the main single and a catchy twang which will surely help Rase go further as there song s start

    Original URL path: http://www.alternativevision.co.uk/cdreview1173.html (2016-04-24)
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  • Alternative Vision | www.alternativevision.co.uk - Where Alternative Music Meets Your Vision
    the first week of being released and entered number two in the American Billboard charts and has now sold over 300 000 copies in the short time it has been on sale The band have done the opposite to what most bands do when they sign to a major label and find big success most bands tend to mellow their sound down and make it more melodic and radio friendly but Underoath have gone the over way and have developed their heavy hardcore sound even further to make the most brutal music they have ever made In Regards to Myself is the bands new single which will be released in the UK on Virgin Records on the 27th November The song is also the opening track from the bands new album Define the Great Line The song is just over three minutes of pure heavy brutality and gives you a taster of what the bands new album has to offer Underoath are one of the best bands in the music scene today and they have worked damn hard to get there 5 5 Review by Trigger Band Members Spencer Chamberlain vocals Aaron Gillespie drums vocals Timothy McTague guitar James Smith

    Original URL path: http://www.alternativevision.co.uk/cdreview112.html (2016-04-24)
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  • Alternative Vision | www.alternativevision.co.uk - Where Alternative Music Meets Your Vision
    here and the results are stunning If you expect it to be similer to a Blink 182 album and full of cock jokes your going to be totally dissapointed as everythings on a more serious theme with songs about War broken freinships and love Welcome to a more mature serious Tom Delonge Welcome to Angels And Airwaves The album starts with Valkyrie Missile which starts up with a long cinematic spacey intro before Tom Delonge s vocals come in at two minutes and forty seconds And sounding better than ever before Distraction starts up with a elctro sounding introduction and drums getting louder and louder Then Delonge s vocals come in I ll be your distraction Over all the song is good but sightly repetative Do It For Me Now totally does it for me The lyrics are well written and once again the vocals shine Track number four is the bands debut single The Adventure which starts off with another stunningly long intro has some great guitar riffs well written lyrics about new beginnings and things being re grown and uplifting vocals and you just cant help but singalong to this masterpiece My favourite track on the album has to be track number six The War It s pure rock music with some stunning heavy powerchords blistering drums beats Delonge s unique vocals which sounds best for the chorus Why won t you tell me that it s almost over Why must this tear my head inside out The song also features a lots of woahhhhh ohhhhhh woaahhhh half way through Start The Machine finishes the album off It starts with a chimey introduction which quietly runs throughout most of the song and has lyrics about not saying sorry A good finish to the album Over all this is

    Original URL path: http://www.alternativevision.co.uk/cdreview43.html (2016-04-24)
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  • Alternative Vision | www.alternativevision.co.uk - Where Alternative Music Meets Your Vision
    material and pull out some more of those distinctive tracks Let s take a look Starting at the beginning with opening song You Are Next this picks off exactly where past album Clockwork left off except this time the musical style feels much grittier and more refined When I reviewed Clockwork I made reference to the diversity between the tracks and stated that it appeared to be the band experimenting with the parameters of their sound I think they left that in the past however as what I m hearing from this release is a certain similarity between each of the tracks not to the extent where it makes them all sound the same but subtly links them all together indicating they ve decided where they want to go as a band It s heavier on the thrash side of things and still as high octane fast paced as ever It s songs like Blood on the Snow that really capture my attention they ve still got that raw power of the heavy thrash but also preserve the melodic presence found in heavy metal during the choruses really the best of both worlds Apart from that songs like It s Rising Violent Dawn and closing track Reborn that really mesmerise me especially Reborn as its 7 minutes long and has a lot of thick breakdowns and generally chunky guitar work in it A thrash release full of technical writing with elements that can hold their own whether they re out on tour with the heavy thrash acts the old school veterans the heavy metal clan or the likes of and modern day acts as their music is both modern and classic whether you like thrash metal or not I still recommend anyone to check this album out as it s

    Original URL path: http://www.alternativevision.co.uk/cdreview1565.html (2016-04-24)
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  • Alternative Vision | www.alternativevision.co.uk - Where Alternative Music Meets Your Vision
    the modern day tricks and styles and add them to old school metal styles bringing them forward into the modern age and it s a god damn good idea It s infectious and catchy which is something I was not expecting when I saw the genre as thrash metal I was expecting a Spanish version of a Slayer rip off but I m extremely glad I was wrong Some of the tracks like The Misanthropist Devil Take The Hindmost and Legally Brainwashed have some huge metal influences screaming vocals and some of the musical sections are just purely took from a deep modern day metal influence with palm muting and triplets Whereas Blast off Of Men and Tyrants and Clockwork take on the majority of the thrash and heavy metal influences in their style mostly with the vocals and the pace of the music Then another few tracks take on the power meal influence Into the Storm National Disgrace Which the vocals are similar to Dave Mustaine and Be Quick or Be Dead their Iron Maiden cover and in this case its mostly the guitar work that gives it the power metal feel It s always only slight changes in 1 or 2 sections that drift them between different genres Angelus Apatrida specialise in this making their material very varied yet recognisable Quite frankly there is something in here for everyone they have taken some old genres and gave them a new life in their material which could bring it back into it back into style for the youth of today I would recommend this to anyone who likes thrash heavy metal power metal or just metal as a genre on a whole exceptional stuff here from the Spaniards hope they play it good live and decide to get over

    Original URL path: http://www.alternativevision.co.uk/cdreview1337.html (2016-04-24)
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  • Alternative Vision | www.alternativevision.co.uk - Where Alternative Music Meets Your Vision
    and open this song in a very Puerto Rican style This is then followed by a long scream and a simple yet effective riff sets in before it is plunged back into its original theme of the Puerto Rican style with some scalic and melodic guitar solos played over the top allowing guitarist Ramon Ortiz to show off his technical ability His talent is also reflected in Seasons never Change with fast guitar solos squealing and by playing extremely fast melodies moving up by semitone whilst still maintaining a tight crisp sound Still Alive is a heavy track with vocals containing melismas giving a Breed 77 kind of sound Towards the end of the track the guitar takes on a cleaner tone which plays arpeggio motifs underpinning the song whilst guitar solos are played over the top Following is Suelta El Ankla which immediately reminds me of Machine Head and then vocals are counted in just like Max Cavalera Your Grace Makes Me Sick begins with guitar and cymbals which build into a very punchy guitar riff with fast double kick drumming There are little Latino interludes that contrast nicely with the riffs The slow but strong guitar and bass melodies have a slight likeness to Pantera The track Glimpse starts off very disjointed sounding before its final riff is settled The vocals within the chorus are in a Trivium like style and are generally more melodic than the other tracks whereas the next track Flush has vocals in more of a hardcore style The overall song has a very strong sense of rhythm making it extremely catchy The final track Steep Trails starts with hardcore style vocals with a very strong rhythm in four running throughout the track making it a song you cant help but tap your foot

    Original URL path: http://www.alternativevision.co.uk/cdreview62.html (2016-04-24)
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  • Alternative Vision | www.alternativevision.co.uk - Where Alternative Music Meets Your Vision
    fast Stop Havin Fun is quite a fast sing a long track that randomly features some aggressive shouts of Stop Havin Fun popping up when you wouldn t expect it Vains starts of quite a melodic song with some sing a long vocals which soon turn quite aggressive for the shout a long chorus The standout track of the album has to be Nothing Seems To Be The Right Word The song has a lot going on and features a great guitar solo the vocals change from being strong normal to aggressive and shouty in no time at all and go back to normal just as quick everything about this song is spot on Officially 2 30pm is another strong sounding song and is a really catchy song that really grows on you the more you listen to it Wannabee is quite a boring song no it s not a cover of the irritating classic Spice Girls song but im sure if it was it would be a lot better than the below average song Anomia have come up with here The album closes with Another Way To Say Goodbye which is a fast paced guitar driven punk song It

    Original URL path: http://www.alternativevision.co.uk/cdreview296.html (2016-04-24)
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