Flesh - Power - Dominion - Callenish Circle Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Heavy Metal / Artist: Callenish Circle / Audio CD released at Metal blade / 1. Obey Me... / 2. For What's It Good For... / 3. Witness Your Own Oblivion / 4. Take Me Along / 5. Bleeding / 6. Your Final Swansong / 7. Suffer My ... more
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by - written on 06/04/08 (Very useful, 17 readings)
'Flesh Power Dominion' is a disappointing move away from Callenish Circle's previous amalgamation of melodic death metal stylings towards a harsher sound more directly traceable to At the Gates, specifically their landmark (albeit enormously overrated) 'Slaughter of the Soul' release. The music here is faster and more aggressive than it was on the appropriately titled 'Graceful... Yet Forbidding,' and in a decade when new At the Gates clones were springing up at an unstoppable pace, some even taking the horrendous plunge into metalcore, it wasn't a change of direction I was particularly delighted to hear. The band is still as talented as ever, led by the ... Read the complete review
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