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Release date: 2003
Style: Thrash metal


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01. Where Moth And Rust Destroy
02. Restoring The Locust Years
03. Drawn And Quartered
04. A Ghost At The Wheel
05. Architeuthis
06. Melting The Golden Calf
07. Convoluted Absolutes
08. Healing Waters Of The Tigris
09. In Death We Rise


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Et Ermit

Let's start by trying to define the style of this album, their latest so far. In this album they play a melodic thrash with progressive influences accompanied by versatile vocals that varied between (not so) low thrash-ish and (not so) high hardcore-ish vocals. Excepting the last song of which I will talk later.

The album counts with an excellent work on the drums by Ted Kirkpatrick, that no only show his talent on drums, but that also plays the rhythm guitars, combining them in a complementary way. The album is full of very good solos by Marty Friedman and a couple by Bruce Franklin (Trouble). The guitars on this album (rhythm and lead) are something to check out.

published 27.11.2005 | Comments (0)

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