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1. My Affliction
2. Democracy Lesson
3. Nothing But a Loser
4. Five More to Fix
5. Burning with a Shade
6. Low
7. On My Way
8. Reflection
9. Completion Makes the Tragedy
10. Hatchet
11. Vulture of the Throne
12. At Last
13. Strike the Nerve [*]

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  • Audio CD (August 8, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Nuclear Blast
  • ASIN: B000FVHHC8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,014,119 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Winter-Fell on July 24, 2006
Format: Audio CD
At first I was going to write a lengthy, boring review of all the ins and outs of this album, but I decided instead to make one quick point. Buy this disc for the songs Burning with a Shade and Vulture of the Throne. They're like nothing you've ever heard. The only way I can think to describe the sound is Blind Guardian + Soilwork + Meshuggah + Front Line Assembly + Cynic/Atheist death jazz. I thought the rest was good, but these two just blew me away. They do not sound like a single other band I have heard, and that kind of originality is getting extremely hard to find. Very, very highly recommended album just for those two songs alone... But the rest is very good as well.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By dfle3 on November 4, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I'm not really into the metal scene but I managed to hear the opening track of this album when I was in a specialist heavy metal music store trying to find some albums that aren't in mainstream shops. The opening track is "My affliction". I took a punt in buying the cd based on that track and...it paid off.

Firstly, I'll just itemise some features of the music in this cd:

Instruments: heavy on rhythym guitar [low sounding chords]; lead guitar [high pitched notes, with one track having a bluesy feel to it. Some tracks feature very fast lead guitar licks]; drums [good mix of sounds-has some speedball type drumming on a few tracks]; synthesiser [presumably creating some sounds like violins on some tracks plus other interesting effects]; vocals-listening to the album, I thought that the vocal duties might have been shared, but the credits list only one singer. So, this singer has an interesting mix of vocal styles within and between songs. He has around six different vocal styles: 1) Normal singing; 2)Satin vocals [really smooth, poppy style]; 3) screeching/growling vocals; 4) guttural vocals-not as extreme as some others can get in this type of style; 5) drunken-on a couple of occasions...sounds a bit dopey; 6) light-poppy. Perhaps not unlike Metallica's James Hetfield in tracks like "Nothing else matters.

This cd has around three tracks which I particularly like:

1) My Affliction. The album opener features something which bobs up often in this cd...insistent riffs. It's a very basic sounding song, which is why the rhythm gets beaten into you and you can remember it the most easily. The rhythm guitar on this is cool and meaty in sound, as is the drumming.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mark Carver on March 20, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Throw Mushroomhead, Mnemic, Frontline Assembly, and Nickelback in a blender, mash it all up, and Coldseed comes out. This album hits the whole spectrum of hard music, from Southern-flavored rockers, to thrashing speed metal, to danceable industrial nu-metal. It's like a futuristic Swedish metal band hung out in South Carolina for a while. The vocals are truly a masterwork, not because of their ability, but the variety so seamlessly executed. You've got death growls, hardcore rasps, ominous whispers, melodic singing, tough-guy rapping, and almost falsetto notes creeping up every once in a while, but it never sounds cheesy. The album generally feels dark and sinister, though not crushingly heavy. I'd compare it to Mushroomhead's XIII album (sometimes sounding identical with growls overlaid with singing- "Low" is a good example), though this is a bit heavier and faster. Don't get it expecting to get pummeled with blast beats and breakdowns, but it's never boring and often quite dramatic.
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