|Post Existence Spreading The Disease REVIEW
Author: Mortem Armada Review PM
a review of Post Existence - Spreading The DiseaseRated: Fiction T - English - Words: 296 - Published: 06-13-12 - Status: Complete - id: 3032025
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BAND: Post existence
ALBUM: Spreading The Disease
In today's music industry the idea of mixing synths into heavier music has become as trite as the oh so common breakdown. The band we are looking today defies this idea. Post Existence a death metal / Deathcore band from Shrewsbury, MA is one of the countless bands of the to incorporate synths into there music, but unlike most it doesn't sound cliché or boring. The synths are subtle and less poppy than what we have heard from the sea of electronic core music. They really fit with the music and give it a nice contrast to the heaviness of the rest of the band.
There EP " Spreading The Disease " is a showcase of catchy riff, amazing intros, and ear splitting screams that shows this young bands potential. Despite bad recording quality the vocals shine through like a dark light. The growls have a nice 90's death metal feel to them but the highs are the strong point of the vocal presence. The guitar is nothing complex but still spits out some catchy and heavy riffs, and the drums even though they are mixed a little to loud deliver a nice performance. The intros to the songs and synth really shine through and separate this band from the rest though.
If you're a fan of the genre and don't mind low recording quality , I suggest this album, and its only 5$.
Really Cool Intros
Great High Pitch Screams
And Over Interesting Sound
Bad Recording Quality
Drums are mixed to loud
It sometimes gets slightly redundant
Choir Of The Fallen ( Saints Of This Iron World )
Gods Of The Nameless
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