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Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Death Metal / Artist: Edge Of Sanity / Import / Audio CD released 1995-04-16 at Black Mark ... more
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by - written on 01/07/08 (Very useful, 8 readings)
This four-song E.P. was released prior to 'Purgatory Afterglow' containing original material that, according to the band's view, "didn't fit" with their new style. The style here is certainly a fairly radical departure from the band's traditional death metal sound into avenues more melodic and mainstream than they had attempted previously, but despite a few cool guitars here and there, this ends up being a largely unsatisfying and somewhat pointless release. The title song follows a more traditional rock direction than metal, the deathy style only being maintained by the heavy instruments. The riffs are medium tempo and wouldn't be out of place in a ... Read the complete review
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