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0 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. D. Bennett on May 19, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Part of this from another reveiw..but it speaks well enough since I don't have so much time to review music...

In the case of symphonic metal, there is no question that bad vocals don't fit over classically influenced music -or any kind of music that sounds more or less "beautiful" -it's easy to recall one rather popular metal group that tried this once. In example, piano and violin can work very well with more aggressive music (metal), and different takes on the tired old formula are, in fact, a great thing to strive for....

But this is the point really, symphonic/classical music can be boring, and so putting a heavy twist on it really helps spice things up. But to the degree that one of the instruments(vocals) clashes(destroys) the strength of the other instruments, that's the point at which it falls (a strained and over-forced voice trying to go along with a dark orchestra) --like two strings that don't sound harmonic together.

So how's the album? Lol. The thing is, the vocals do not fit the dark beauty of the music here. They proceed to make the album redundant and even immature sounding. Besides the sound, imagine if every single clean vocalist sounded just like Ozzy Osbourne...I'd be bored as hell, I don't know about you. How different can you make "GRRRR!!" sound from, "BLAHH!!"? By contrast, a deep (and even somewhat raspy) vocalist would have worked very well for a dark sound (chant vocals maybe), and it would have also complimented the music.

Overkill replaces subtlety in these cases; it's like a horror movie where the killer jumps out and has to reassure the audience that he's supposed to be frightening by saying, "I AM SCARY!, I AM SCARY!! GRRRR!!! .....right?
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