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Audio CD, Original recording remastered, Extra tracks, August 30, 2005
|3. Samba Briza|
|9. Fractal Point|
|11. See You Again|
|13. Unquestionable Presence|
|14. On They Slay|
|15. Enthralled In Essence|
|16. The Formative Years|
|17. Mother Man|
Choruses are more prominent here than in the previous Atheist albums, and they are pretty great at times.
This album is an absolute must have for any fan of Atheist, progressive metal, technical death metal, jazz-fushion metal, or just metal in general.
I have since grown to really love this album, and the last five years has only since made it gain favor in my eyes.
Simply-named song titles, but complex polyrhythmic compositions make this album a must have for any tech metal fan!Published 2 months ago by Ben Schmitt
In a disturbing turn of events for Atheist fans, news came after their near-breakthrough sophomore album “Unquestionable Presence” that drummer Steve Flynn would be leaving the... Read morePublished 8 months ago by J. Hill
glad I got this excellent cd by a babd I was familiar with thru earlier realeses that are also a bonus on this magnus opis of death metal prog teckPublished 9 months ago by JEFFERSON ASH
Let me be clear: if you're looking for solid, tech death metal from the early 90's -this ain't what you're looking for. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Metalhead74
PRETTY GREAT ALBUM! and i bought it used but it was still in perfect condition and thats all you can ask forPublished 17 months ago by edward
ONE OF THE BEST ALBUMS EVER. This album doesn't really fit into a genre or words for that matter. I mean the production is kind of bad, but that somehow enchances the listening... Read morePublished on January 2, 2013 by Mrozzy134fest
I really like how listening to this album changes up things up. I used to to be die-hard brutal Death Metal oriented but a person can take only so much of the same thing over and... Read morePublished on August 16, 2012 by The Honey Badger
Elements was my first Atheist album, here I was standing in the store and I saw a sticker that said, "for fans of Cynic and later period Death". Read morePublished on November 18, 2010 by Take No Prisoners