18:38 - Maco Guys I just found some great old-school thrash metal band from the 80's. Totally underrated, even if the drum is not that good. [link]
16:57 - Cynic Metalhead Done the dissertation part. It's very hard. But, when you get rewarded - it feels awesome.
16:23 - mz thanks Mary. I have not started yet :P. @ K7 I really don't think that it will be a good idea
16:15 - Bad English you can pay me I can write, I did write for others when I was studiing and get money. one time it was negative mark, because teacher hated that guy
16:13 - Mary No Thesis writing is really the hardest thing to do in life. I wish you luck.
16:06 - mz his first name was Yves maybe. I'm not sure, just guessing from his email. There is an institusion in Belgium that the guy works as researcher/ professor in it.
16:04 - Erik M. mz, I'm unaware of anyone in my family being a professor, hahaha. Would be funny if he actually would be family of mine, though. :P What's his first name? But my last name is not THAT uncommon in this country, for the record.
Another tough one. When you have seasoned veterans such as these two fellas from Fates Warning fame (not to mention a crack team of session musicians), you come to expect some kind of solid direction. Although this album does deliver it's fair share of brain melting riffs, it's something that also has a large tendency to fall into pointless, jumbled meandering - a problem more associated with younger prog acts who have not fully grasped the concept of a little tasteful subtlety.
This album is awesome. So much techy proggy stuff going on yet there are so many catchy riffs. John Arch's voice just soars over each song. Matheo's guitar work is phenomenal. Joey Vera's bass is solid and a great addition to the album. I am looking forward to hearing more from the band and their debut just came out.
I am so glad this album came out when it did, there weren't that many spectacular releases coming out in 2011, or at least they were all being overshadowed by the extremely shitty releases (Morbid Angel, Metallica/Lou Reed, and Queensrÿche, I'm looking right at you). There were great releases coming out that year, but I feel Sympathetic Resonance was the only truly incredible album to come out that year to outshine the horrible monstrosities that came out that summer. That's just me anyway. Amazing stuff.