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by - written on 13/06/08 (Very useful, 9 readings)
As expected from a band that polishes up its work in the studio with often clinical precision, Crematory's live performances are a warmer and more human affair, and these songs work all the better for it. The guitars sound natural for the first time, and are more appropriately mixed alongside the blaring keyboards and growled vocals in a much more satisfying manner than was achieved in the studio. This is a solid performance, even if the interlude tracks diffuse the energy to an extent. Songs like 'Deformity' are fast, hard and heavy doom metal, while 'Tears of Time' isn't afraid to take a lighter approach, though the over-saturation of keyboards in other ... Read the complete review
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