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  • Alternative Vision | www.alternativevision.co.uk - Where Alternative Music Meets Your Vision
    tuneful a little bit sexy vocal but yeah if you don t like synths then you won t like this It s a fairly simple beat a load of synths doing different things and the vocals Some are high and sweeping some are cut up and distorted and some are deep and funky It s nicely layered though and has a really nice texture and is quite catchy But in

    Original URL path: http://www.alternativevision.co.uk/cdreview1138.html (2016-04-24)
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  • Alternative Vision | www.alternativevision.co.uk - Where Alternative Music Meets Your Vision
    see indeed Rounding up to around 73 minutes in duration they ve decided to go against the grain of bands that are just plain vain enough to take fans through an hour of them pushing a complex mesh of riffs and sequences just because they can that does not make a good prog album that s just showing off for the sake of it what does make a good album is putting together sequences and using techniques that together that produce a musical journey that people can follow and really get lost in as well as sound appealing when blended together This album definitely fits those specifications although I do feel the shorter EP was that bit more powerful in content and lacking of excessive amounts of interludes The actual full length songs that they ve offered at least the ones at around the 10 minute mark have enough varying content and interesting combinations to really lose yourself in it they minutes fly by in no time at all Lay Your Ghosts to Rest is easily my favourite from the record it s got the heavenly harmonies drop dead beastly growls and a variation in both tempo and tone it s amazing Silent Flight Parliament is over 15 minutes in duration and isn t quite as good as its earlier counterpart and does seem to drag a little after a while but for the most part I can still get lost in it its range is just lesser of its predecessor So after a good few listens to this I can say that whilst it isn t as epic as the previous EP it s still got all the characteristics of a successful progressive metal album that I will still be able to get a fair few hours of enjoyment

    Original URL path: http://www.alternativevision.co.uk/cdreview1703.html (2016-04-24)
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  • Alternative Vision | www.alternativevision.co.uk - Where Alternative Music Meets Your Vision
    clarity in the instruments used just taking away some of the elements may clean the tracks up somewhat Also the tracks could do with some trimming as they tend to drag on slightly at times but its a good album and possible decent soundtrack to the end of the world but the vocals could do with some tweaking id like to hear the album without any vocals i think it

    Original URL path: http://www.alternativevision.co.uk/cdreview974.html (2016-04-24)
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  • Alternative Vision | www.alternativevision.co.uk - Where Alternative Music Meets Your Vision
    heard the vocals come in a few seconds into this song I was impressed Uneven Challenge is faster than the opening track and seems well put together and stands out from other tracks on the album Suicidal Jealousy is another good track you can sing along to Alcohol Related starts off with a good intro before James Nicholls vocals kick in The song also features one of the catchiest choruses on the album If you ever listen to The Lock Up you have most probably heard Blinded By A Thousand Reasons as Mike Davies has spun this track on his show many of times and it is a great tune With quality bands like Not Katie s The Bombjacks Fastlane etc splitting up and the UK scene looking like its going under its good to see bands like Beyond Reasonable Doubt releasing such a cracking album to show there is still light at the end of the tunnel 4 5 Review by Trigger Band Members James Nicholls Vocals Steve Nicholls Guitar Backing Vocals Steve Lambert Guitar Backing Vocals Dom Fidler Bass Dan Wheeldon Drums Track Listing 1 No Escape 2 Uneven Challenge 3 Suicidal Jealousy 4 Wasted Game 5 Alcohol

    Original URL path: http://www.alternativevision.co.uk/cdreview51.html (2016-04-24)
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  • Alternative Vision | www.alternativevision.co.uk - Where Alternative Music Meets Your Vision
    paced metal riffage thunderous drum beats catchy basslines infectious vocals and not to forget that little scream which comes in at the 28second mark and last for a couple of seconds before the band really go for it unleashing their Bullet For My Valentine influenced sound as the song progresses you can clearly see that every member of Beyond Sevensigns is a talented musician and the raw screams and melodic vocals work well as they battle off I Am Colossus really shows off the guitar work as Scott Cuckson and Dean Wood go all out laying down some beastly riffs vocally the song features the same style of vocals as the opening track as the mouthful of gravel style raw shouts and melodic infectious vocals work well together as the song reaches the 3minutes 30seconds mark we are treated to a mouth watering guitar solo which just earns the band extra kudos Empty is the longest running track on the EP clocking in at just over the 5minute mark and it is easy to see why as the track is quite toned down compared to the rest of the tracks on the EP and it also takes a lot of time to get going but as the track progresses well into the first minute the guitars come at you with a fast burst of energy as Beyond Sevensigns lay down yet another perfectly crafted number The EP title track Alone To Face The Dead is easily one of the strongest tracks on the EP as the band go all out and lay down a spooky sounding track due to the vocals which sound deeper and darker than anywhere else on the EP with only the melodic chorus lifting the mood every now and again The EP closes with Darkness Falls

    Original URL path: http://www.alternativevision.co.uk/cdreview1702.html (2016-04-24)
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  • Alternative Vision | www.alternativevision.co.uk - Where Alternative Music Meets Your Vision
    rush out and pick up their stuff ore even made me want to listen to them on a daily basis but their previous singles That Golden Rule and The Captain really got me excited and left me counting down the days for the release of their new album Only Revolutions well now Biffy Clyro are back with the third single release from that album and this time they are releasing Many Of Horror When We Collide Many Of Horror When We Collide is a real slow starting song and when it does get going it maintains an very average pace the pace of the song gives frontman Simon Neil the potential to shine and that he does with his spot on softly spoken vocals the song is bound to become a live favourite and one of those where the air will be glowing with everyone s mobile phones waving about So Many Of Horror When We Collide is the third single release from the latest Biffy Clyro album and it is also so different from the other songs released from the album and it just shows how experimental and brilliant Biffy Clyro currently are 5 5 Review by Trigger Band

    Original URL path: http://www.alternativevision.co.uk/cdreview1048.html (2016-04-24)
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  • Alternative Vision | www.alternativevision.co.uk - Where Alternative Music Meets Your Vision
    me earlier in the year with Mountains a song that is not going to appear on their new album they also majorly pleased me back in August with their outstanding single That Golden Rule and now they have unleashed another top single with The Captain The Captain is due for release on the 26th October and it is one hell of an amazing song it is epic just like That Golden Rule was but instead of being a full on guitar driven song where the instrumental work comes close to Tool The Captain is more toned down and is more of an easy listening song with big strong Scottish sounding vocals from front man Simon Neil the opening and closing riffs are epic but nowhere near in the same heavy style as during That Golden Rule Recently Biffy Clyro have gone really experimental which helps make them one of the most exciting bands around at the moment each and every single they have released recently have been outstanding but so different from each other and The Captain is no different seriously give The Captain a listen and find yourself falling in love with the sound of Biffy Clyro straight away

    Original URL path: http://www.alternativevision.co.uk/cdreview997.html (2016-04-24)
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  • Alternative Vision | www.alternativevision.co.uk - Where Alternative Music Meets Your Vision
    than they could ever imagine That Golden Rule is an heavy guitar driven rock song everything that happens within the 3minutes and 26seconds of the song is very much unexpected as the song is crafted in an epic way like bands such as Tool and Kyuss develop their songs where anything can happen and does happen the guitar riffs and general instrumental work chops and changes throughout the song and the last minute of the song is fantastic as it goes on a mad experimental instrumental mission that suddenly comes to an unexpected end in such an explosive way Even the vocals from Simon Neil are as strong as ever with the man singing in a such a clear way with his Scottish accent shining through especially during the gigantic chorus which is musically a moment you will not be forgetting for a long time I have always been interested in Biffy Clyro but they have never been a band that have been at the top of my list of bands to check out as they have their good songs and at the same time have some very weak songs in their back catalogue but I really think things are

    Original URL path: http://www.alternativevision.co.uk/cdreview909.html (2016-04-24)
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