If you don't like Metal gut growls, I'd recommend staying away from today's post. Fair warning, as there's gonna be a lot of it for this one.
If you happen to like those growls, and also enjoy yourself the sounds of a female vocal over any kind of Hard Rock, then you probably already know about today's band, don't you?
Give them a listen.
Alright so I'm behind. Melodic Death Metal isn't really a priority to me. I'll listen, but it's not like I'm in love with these guys. In fact, I think the only reason I gave them a chance is because of the lead singer, despite the steady talents of that drummer and the more so appreciated guitarist.
Because of this I'm not a huge fan. I can enjoy this one, there's a really nice ending to it and the vocals win me over. They've got their talents and they're doing a fine job representing the Canadian Metal scene.
The album, considering it's a giant mess of riffs with screams and pterodactyl sounds, is oddly well balanced out.
Lullabies for the Dormant Mind was the e-recommendation. It's their second album and there seems to be quite a few positive reviews for it (especially compared to their first album, which I'm very curious about). I had my hopes a little too high and maybe that's why I'm slightly disappointed. Maybe.
By no means is it a bad album, though. I just didn't get what most people made of it. If not for the beautiful belching broad, I'm not sure my attention would've been well caught. But even if I were blind, an A Capella take on Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake is enough to grab my attention.
And there's a few other songs that start bordering some Prog sounds, too. They're worth checking out, but definitely not for everyone. Give them a listen if today's song was of interest, but if it didn't spark anything, just leave it be and find something else.