The Dead Eye - The Haunted Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Heavy Metal / Artist: The Haunted / Audio CD released 2006-10-30 at Century Media / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 The Premonition (0:58) 2 The Flood (4:07) 3 The Medication (3:10) 4 The Drowning (4:13) 5 The Reflection (3:47) 6 The P ... more
The Dead Eye - The Haunted ... (3:47)
6 The Prosecution (3:50)
7 The Fallout (4:22)
8 The Medusa (4:05)
9 The Highwire (0:50)
10 The Shifter (2:55)
11 The Cynic (3:48)
12 The Failure (5:10)
13 The Stain (4:14)
14 The Program (4:55)
15 The Guilt Trip (5:02)
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by Frankingsteins - written on 17/07/08 (Useful, 28 readings)
The bastard offspring of At the Gates, themselves one of the more overrated Swedish death metal bands, the output of T The Haunted was inevitably going to win over devoted fans with little effort, but doesn t live up to its inflated reputation. This second album sounds like a mediocre meeting of thrash metal with metalcore, as Marco Aro yells Pantera-style vocal lines over sub-Metallica guitar riffs, and the weak production quality prevents the drums in the background from ever being truly hard-hitting. Due to the absence of vocals and its short playing time, opener Dark Intentions is the only song here that I fully enjoyed, and its speedy conclusion in Bury Your Dead ...
One Kill Wonder - The HauntedOne Kill Wonder (235 words)
by Frankingsteins - written on 18/07/08 (Useful, 52 readings)
It would be easy to despise T The Haunted s Grammy-winning third album on principle alone, but curious detractors at least owe it to themselves to experience its mediocrity before they judge it too harshly. The truth is that this is a very average album of modern Swedish death metal, meaning it owes its foundations to At the Gates and incorporates elements of the popular metal scenes from the 1990s and 2000s (namely groove metal and metalcore), making for a winning combination for those who have never experienced any of the better death metal bands out there. This isn t awful, but it s not something I d listen to again. Opener Privation of Faith, Inc. Actually sets a ...
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