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Unlimited was a much more focused and mature version of the sound that Susperia had on Vindicationand was full of absolutely killer songs from start to finish. So now the band is back with another slab of metallic goodness and has made yet another calculated progression in their career, while still maintaining a firm grasp on the power, aggression, and melodic hook they are or at least should be known for. They have always been a band that only take a few listens to get hooked in to their sound, and that has not changed here.
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Play track. Artist images 6 more. They feel that originality is the essence of surviving the music industry today and their willingness to experiment has seen development an… read more.
Similar Artists Play all. Trending Tracks 1. All Things Hyped: Last. Sunday 28 July Monday 29 July Tuesday 30 July Wednesday 31 July Thursday 1 August Friday 2 August Saturday 3 August Sunday 4 August Monday 5 August Tuesday 6 August Wednesday 7 August Thursday 8 August Friday 9 August Saturday 10 August Sunday 11 August Monday 12 August Tuesday 13 August The guitar work is tighter and changes at the drop of a dime from a furious thrash riff to some beautiful notes.
The solos although not a constant throughout the album are pretty emotional considering some of the other guitar leads are aggressive in nature.
The brilliant part of the album is the catchiness of everything presented. The guitars have a odd tuning though - reminds me at times of Machine Head guitar work - so its definately a modern sound presented with an older style. The bass is some of the best bass playing I've heard this year. Memnock has some amazing I Still Miss Someone - Johnny Cash - Johnny Cash - Lorena writing style as often I caught myself humming the bass line rather than the melody.
He has a unique style that presents itself regularly on The Clone - Susperia - Cut From Stone album. He doesn't have many "solos" but there is a couple times when he does shine. The drums are spectacular. I knew I was in for a treat with the quick cymbal work began on "More" right away. His technicality is impressive Majiwi - Gipsy Kings - Somos Gitanos his variety is not.
Hindered by the aggressive nature of the album The Clone - Susperia - Cut From Stone drumming isn't allowed to have much of its own personality even though there are hints of it present.
The Clone - Susperia - Cut From Stone vocals are definately interesting. Mix of thrash and power metal are the best way to categorize them but neither genre really fit. His voice is dark and alluring and at first I was hooked there was some wonderful melody with his voice and also times of great rhythm with the music. But after the the first half of the album he falls into rut and most of the vocals are presented in a similar fashion without much of a change.
They are still very good but a listener was spoiled with the first handful of tracks. Overall, another excellent performance for Susperia. The chorus has an energy reminiscient of power metal in some ways, overall it sounds strongly influenced by old-school 80s rock-metal, and rather than thrashing or Andante Con Moto - Ludwig van Beethoven / Yevgeny Mravinsky* / Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra - Ев this one's The Clone - Susperia - Cut From Stone likely to have you rocking and singing along in a more hair or glam metal style this is only the general feel of it though, I'm not actually claiming it comes under that heading overall.
Seems they decided to try out yet another style, and yet keep it rife with their trademark methods. Release sounds quite like Annihilator in it's more minimalistic sound compared to usual Susperia and it's strong emphasis on groove, and again they try out something new. In fact, speaking of Annihilator, Cut From Stone is far more deserving of the title "Metal", as it draws influences and traits from the entire The Clone - Susperia - Cut From Stone of metal while the band melds them together in their own style.
And for Bound To Come I'll go out on a limb and compare this almost to gothic metal in some The Clone - Susperia - Cut From Stoneeven power in the chorus, although I stress this is only in little bits and vague sound.
I'm not trying to strain my point about them taking different aspects from all over, but really, the core song structure does remind me of some gothic metal. Yes, it's not that kind of sound in many ways, but the vocals have a soaring quality in the chorus, and the background melody of the lead guitar also seems to compliment that. It's got a kind of softness and a melodic feel, The Clone - Susperia - Cut From Stone maintains an almost gothic darkness.
Thus, each track is kind of a glimpse into other genre aspects, and throughout the album we see "What if you took Susperia and had them play X metal subgenre?
It really is very effective. On songs like Under, Bound To Come and Release, the vocalist tries out a slightly new style, Kenny Rogers & The First Edition - Ruby, Dont Take Your Love To Town a melody to it and a feel of emulating less aggressive vocals, at times reminding me of Poisonblack a little.
He's still perfectly capable of doing the angry growls typical of earlier albums, and shows that off plenty of times, but it has the level of emotional depth that isn't present so much on earlier albums.
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