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  • Audio CD (October 22, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Victory Records
  • ASIN: B009439E7O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #162,754 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2012 release, the sixth album from the New Jersey-based Metal band. Known for their bilingual vocals and signature blend of Latin-influenced, aggressive modern metal, Ill Nino have been a pinnacle artist in their genre going into their 15th year as a band. They have come this far due to their incredible work ethic, performing thousands of shows worldwide, achieving significant radio and music videos success, and selling more than a million albums in the process. Ill Nino have managed to mix the ferocity and melody of all five previous releases together creating the leanest, meanest and most beautifully violent album of their career.

Customer Reviews

I started listening to Ill Nino in 2002 i own all there records and love all of them.
JTV
For the fans that don't care about what direction the band is going in so long as they're making music, then I would recommend this album.
Dolby
It may just be me but the growling vocals seem harsher which makes the juxtaposition of the melodic vocals that much more pronounced.
Maestro

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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Dolby on October 22, 2012
Format: Audio CD
I have to say, when I previewed the songs, they weren't all too crazy sounding, but just going out today and buying this album is definitely worth the trouble. Word of caution, there is no lyrics in the album booklet. It's just the artwork and thank you/production notes from the band and crew who worked on the album. Anyways, continuing on, this is actually the band's shortest album to date, but it's far from being weak. These ten songs are powerful in their own ways. The vibe of the album is strange at times. From the opening track "The Depression" to songs like "Time Won't Save You," it's rather difficult at times to figure out which direction the band is veering to. Regardless of what they're trying to strive for, each song pulsates with a drowning crescendo of tribal rhythms, chugging hard rock patterns, and Latin guitar pieces, all backed up by Cristian's growling metal-core vocals to clean singing. Is this thirty eight (38) minute album worth the purchase? It depends on the person or fan I guess. Fans of the old Ill Nino will more than likely gear towards the nu-metal sound, despising the metal-core influences thrown into the recent albums (Enigma and Dead New World had some progressive elements blended into the mix). For the fans that don't care about what direction the band is going in so long as they're making music, then I would recommend this album. A personal note. Ill Nino might be known, but they're not over popular by any means. Purchasing any of their works, merchandise, or even going to see a concert of them playing live can make all the difference to them.

1. The Depression. The first song off the album. The song has potential to become a single and possibly a music video (they have the lyrics video posted up on youtube).
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By G. Chilton on December 5, 2012
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I own all their albums and will buy future ones. Amazing band. This album was hard to listen to due to lower vocals than instruments. This album is more screaming than previous albums and i struggled to enjoy parts of songs.
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For me, this is Ill Nino's best cd. It's very heavy at times both in terms of vocals AND music, more so than other releases. It seems like the percussion, that Latin rhythm isn't as prominent as it has been in the past, but IT IS there. It's part of what makes this band unique and I'd hate it if it were gone. I give this 5 stars because I like every song on the disc, some more so than others, but they're all good. If I had a complaint about this,... maybe it could have been a few songs longer.
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By Christopher O. Cosper on June 10, 2014
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Good album, heavier than previous albums. They still keep that original Ill Nino sound with more of a metal edge on the drums and guitar.
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Ill Nino is a band who has never really strayed far from their formula. Starting on their second album Confession, they stuck with the system they felt worked best, and have turned out some decent albums. Albums that have never sweeped me off my feet, but have occasionally caught me with their catchy songs. So when I saw the newest album, while I didn't jump to buy it, I knew it'd be an album I would want to get later, after I got all the other albums I really wanted.

Well, once again it's mostly the same, with a just a bit more heaviness. Ill Nino tried to be a bit more heavier, and the one song that shows this change the most is their single "La Epidemia" featuring the singer from Emmure (a band I'm not too familiar with). Still, mostly the same old. If you've liked Ill Nino's previous works, there's no reason why should be a complete letdown, or a surprise. It's a safe album, and I'm okay with it.

The biggest problem I've had with this album is that compared to the other albums, and this could just be me, the singer's voice seems to be a bit lower than the instruments. Something that I know other bands might have, but with Ill Nino, it really bothers me because almost all their songs rely heavily on the catchiness, and melody of the singer to really go into that "catchy tune" territory. I've played my CD in different players, and while some make it easier for me to understand the singer, the one I use the most (my car) doesn't seem to have the same effect. Which is weird for me cause I never have that problem with any other Cd I own. Other than that though I liked it a lot.

Other than that, I did enjoy it a lot. Songs that stood out to me on this album on the first listen were "Forgive Me Father" and "The Depression".
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By packerfan1 on July 8, 2013
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not like most of there other cds but is good.think i like there older stuff a little better just sounds different than there other cds.
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These guys rock and never miss a beat. This album reminds me of a mix between Enigma and One Nation Underground. The first few tracks start off really heavy and then the album finishes off with the great melodic mixes that my girlfriend would actually listen to. Highly recommended!
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By Stephen P on April 16, 2013
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This album is better then the last 2 albums! It is so crazy how good it is and they aren't really pushing it so much. Wow just buy it, turn it on..it's so hard..if you like the first 3 albums, then you will definitely like this one a lot! It really rocks..shockingly very good!
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