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Extreme metal at its very best, plain and simple, is what the Atlanta based quintet DÅÅTH delivers on their much anticipated new album, “The Concealers”. The dueling guitar virtuosity of Emil Werstler and Eyal Levi harkens many comparisons to Mustaine and Friedman, all the while the acclaimed Kevin Talley (ex-Chimaira, ex-Dying Fetus, ex Misery Index) pounds away with ... Read more in Amazon's Daath Store

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  • Audio CD (October 25, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Century Media
  • ASIN: B0042RSMG6
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,420 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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You can distinctly hear all the instruments yet the sound is still crazy heavy and super thick.
Big Fudge
Any fan of Daath will enjoy this album, as it has a sound closer to their older stuff, and any fan of Death metal should pick this band up in general.
Amazon Customer
If you listen to each of these albums as a whole, this band has changed dramatically through a relatively short discography so far.
JonathanG

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By D'Ann on November 3, 2010
Format: Audio CD
This is one of those cases where the cover art for an album perfectly encapsulates what's inside. It's dark. It's complex. It's full of conflicting images that only manifest with repeated attention. It's a bit twisted, and it's more than a little disturbing. So is the music.

Compared to this new, self-titled effort, the last Daath album, "The Concealers" sounds downright radio-friendly. There are some truly gifted musicians in this band--notably drummer Kevin Talley and guitarists Emil Werstler and Eyal Levi--and they have pulled out all the stops here. From the seething, slowly building explosion of the opening track, "Genocidal Maniac," to the last fading notes of the bluesy, Pink-Floyd-influenced final song, "Terminal Now," this album takes you on a journey (there are virtually no breaks between songs, creating a work best taken in as a single piece of music), and it's a wild ride down the rabbit hole into some dark and tangled places, set to a relentless death-metal soundtrack replete with crushing rhythms, mind-altering riffs, otherworldly guitar solos and synth work, and tortured screams from the lunatic fringe (and the one criticism I have with this record is that vocalist Sean Z is buried a little too far back in the mix, making his lyrics hard to understand. Then again, given the gist of what you do hear, maybe that's not the worst thing...)

This album is NOT an easy listen. If you don't like music that challenges you and forces you to pay attention in order to appreciate it, go elsewhere. But if you enjoy virtuosic musical performances and are willing to fully engage with this record--dim the lights, slip on the headphones, close your eyes, and push "play" (mind-altering substances optional)--you will be rewarded. This is an outstanding work, one of the best metal albums of the year, but it's not for everyone. Consider yourself warned...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 28, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I have listened to this album a few times through now, and it gets better every time. Daath is an amazing band, and I think everything they have put out has been good, even through changes in lead vocals. I really enjoyed the last album the concealers, but now unfortunately I cant enjoy that album anymore because this one has raised the bar. All the groove/industrial sound that was in the concealers has been traded (for the most part) for more intensity. Levi and Werstler unleash the fury of their guitars on this album. Any fan of Daath will enjoy this album, as it has a sound closer to their older stuff, and any fan of Death metal should pick this band up in general.

All around - AMAZING!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JonathanG on December 12, 2010
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I have waited a while before posting this review, and I must have listened to this album 100 times by now. I would have given it 4 1/2 stars if the system would have let me, but I am surely not going to give it 4 because this album is outstanding overall. The reason why I have been able to listen to it that many times is that it is not repetitious at all, and as another reviewer stated, it flows from one song to the next so well that you hardly notice the transition. That said, the fact that you can "burn through" this album so easily is why I would knock it down 1/2 star if I could as there really isn't much that gets stuck in my head driving me to want to hear the album again. I just keep listening to it because I have been a big fan of Daath since The Hinderers. Soon after I discovered them, I bought Futility. I was there for the release of The Concealers and now Daath, so I have been a fan for a while now. If you listen to each of these albums as a whole, this band has changed dramatically through a relatively short discography so far. Futility was an amazing mix of dark metal and industrial metal with some really eerie stuff in there like Slow. The Hinderers was much more metal, but still had some catchy beats and some "hooky" riffs that get stuck in your head (as I mentioned earlier), and this album was real synth-heavy. The first two albums showed a heavy classical influence to the music and had a host of symphonic chord progressions. The Concealers was heavier still, but started to depart from the "well polished" progressions of the music and rely more heavily on Talley and Werstler to amaze you with their talent. There were still some hooks in The Concealers, but it seemed that the departure of Mike Kameron was starting to show.Read more ›
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