Ordinance - Internal Monologues

7.4 | 17 votes |
Release date: 26 July 2011
Style: Progressive death metal, Technical death metal


14 have it
9 want it

01. Seldom Thought
02. Opposition
03. Repress
04. Desensitizing Process
05. V
06. Internal Monologues
07. How The Biased Live
08. Singular Perspective
09. Struggling With The Inevitable
10. Circular Logic
11. This Theory; Repeating
12. Fear Of Discovery [Demo] [bonus]

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When progressive death metal is brought up for discussion, two notable names immediately spring to mind, Cynic and Opeth. The former hurled an unprecedented outburst of jazzy drones and complex arrangements of high quality technical death metal upon the globe's dark corners while the latter heisted the minds of thousands of metal addicts with gripping blasts of excruciating progressive-drizzled ripples leaping over scintillating grazes of soul-crushing death. Am I being irrational or perhaps delusional? Am I actually trying to find a connection between these two beasts and Ordinance? Well, hell yeah!

published 11.08.2011 | Comments (21)

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12.08.2011 - 13:06
Pyramid God
OMGood. How are they so under the radar? I suspect that won't last long.
12.08.2011 - 22:48
Review says 9.3...two votes say 6? hmmmm
04.09.2011 - 23:05
Rating: 5
Pretty generic.
04.09.2011 - 23:23
Rating: 7
Behdad K
It's a good album indeed, but maybe not as good as to deserve a 9.3
I rated it with a '7' and I think it's fair.

I'm not really into Progressive music, but I kinda enjoyed this album.
As tyranny becomes normality;
We hang at the end of the rope.

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