02:30 - Maco Blaze is a great singer, and he proves it in Silicon Messiah.
02:26 - Fearmeister Exactly, Bailey wasn't that bad of a frontman. Kinda the same thing with Tim Owens and Judas Priest
02:24 - Ruchesko Oh yeah, Harris was a complete husk creatively at the time. I would've preferred Matos though.
02:12 - deadone I like Bayley in Maiden. In my opinion he was let down by song writing (especially all the repetition) and a very sterile sound with gutless rythm guitars and a real mechanical feel to it all.
01. Sorcery (Kataklysm, Pt. II) 02. The Rebirth Of Creation 1 - Mould In A Breed (Chapter I - Bestial Propagation) 2 - Whirlwind Of Withered Blossoms (Chapter II - Forgotten Ancestors) 3 - Feeling The Neverworld (Chapter III - An Infinite Transmigration) 03. Elder God 04. The Resurrected Portal Of Heaven 1 - Garden Of Dreams (Chapter I - Supernatural Appearance) 2 - Once… Upon Possession (Chapter II - Legacy Of Both Lores) 3 - Dead Zygote (Chapter III - Dethroned Son) 05. World Of Treason (Instrumental Vibrations)
Sorely underrated. I love the mental vocals, blasting drums and deep mines of interesting guitar-work, especially Mould, Whirlwind, Elder God and Dead Zygote. Everything just rages on here. The instrumental is sweet, particularly for bass, although the last times I listened to it I thought the riffs weren't quite so amazing. This one's a rare 10/10 for me - the 96 follow-up comes very close, with maybe even better drums and spazzier vocals. Nice unorthodox lyrics too. Awesome!