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Description:Genre: Rock / Artist: Disillusion / Audio CD released 2007-01-01 at METALBLADE / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 And the Mi ... more
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by - written on 26/06/08 (Useful, 12 readings)
I tracked this album down after being blown away by the title song, an epic fourteen-minute death metal composition incorporating progressive structures and violins to great effect, without ever sounding derivative of the higher-profile progressive melodic death metal acts such as Opeth or Arsis. Germany's Disillusion play a unique mix of harsh death metal, bordering on metalcore, with classically-influenced atmospheric passages, and while the two styles mostly play consecutively, the occasional mix of styles together is very successful. This is largely the solo project of Vurtox, who handles vocals, bass, keyboards and one of the guitars, as well as producing ... Read the complete review
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