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  • Audio CD (June 30, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: CD Baby
  • ASIN: B00531TONA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,859 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Excellent melodic sections, killer solos.
Alex Carollo
The mix is much improved on the previous album which is by itself a very impressive sophomore effort compared to nebularium.
Donquique
This album, without a doubt, is one of the best melodic death metal releases by any band, anywhere, of all time.
Alex P. Berg

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Alex P. Berg on February 22, 2013
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So, I've had this album for several weeks now, and I find that I just keep listening to it, over and over and over again. It's that good. Let me explain myself.

First, let me approach this album objectively. Disarmonia Mundi is an interesting beast. It's essentially composed of two italian guys, Ettore Rigotti and Claudio Ravinale, one of whom (Rigotti) pretty much plays all the instruments in the entire band. Ettore then got singer Björn "Speed" Strid (of Soilwork) onboard to provide vocals, but he's not a permanent member of the band, per se. So the band is essentially a studio only project. Mind Tricks is technically the band's third album, and the second featuring Strid. Their sound is solid Melodic Death Metal, somewhere between In Flames, Children of Bodom, and of course, Soilwork. If you're a fan of melodic death metal, and those bands in particular, you will most likely really like this album. A lot.

Now, let me ditch objectivity to the wind and tell you how I really feel about this. This album, without a doubt, is one of the best melodic death metal releases by any band, anywhere, of all time. I kid you not, it is that good. This is up there (or better) than the best of the best: In Flames's Jester Race and Colony, Dark Tranquility's The Gallery, Scar Symmetry's Holographic Universe, and Children of Bodom's Hatebreeder. It's fast, it's aggressive, it's melodic, it features fantastic musicianship and guitar solos, and the vocal work is unmatched, featuring clean/growled/screamed harmonies between Strid, Rigotti, and Ravinale.

Disarmonia Mundi may not be from Sweden, but this is one of the best examples of the "Gothenburg sound" that you'll be able to find. I highly, highly recommend that you buy this album. Seriously, plunk your money down now and start downloading it. You will not be disappointed. It's worth every penny.
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This album, for me, is like a "Greatest Hits" of great riffs, solos, melodies, etc from other Melodic DM Albums, which for me, is not a bad thing.

I heard this band while I was listening to the In Flames (I am a fan of old IF, not this A Sense of Purpose garbage) station on Pandora Internet radio. I heard a song (cant recall which) that sounded good, but had a clean chorus. Im only ok with clean choruses if they are done right, and In Flames, (especially lately, A Sense of Purpose Album) doesnt do them properly.

Luckily, I did not dismiss this band. I looked into this album, and have since heard it about 5 or 6 times straight thru and the standouts even more.

One thing is for sure: There is NOTHING new about this band. Its all been done before. Everything, except maybe the 3 vocalists, which I think is a great touch.
People may claim that they have stolen riffs blatantly from Iron Maiden, but really, what european metal band has NOT used the "Aces High" chorus riff?? Its a great riff!

Another thing to note is the fact that the main writer played every instrument on this album!! That is nuts and requires a lot of work and knowledge of other instruments. I play the drums, but I cannot imagine how long it would take me to be great on the guitar....

Btw, this is not Metalcore (thank goodness).

On to the music:
Positives

-Great "musicmanship"
-Written and performed (on the album)by one man O_O
- Includes Bjorn from Soilwork!
-3 Different vocalists with different styles
- Very Catchy Melodies and Riffs (although not new)
-Good solos!!
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I went to a different web site and the reviewers hated this album. The main complaint was that the choruses were too "sing along". Come on, insn't this what melodeath is all about?

This album builds on fragments of degeneration and expands the sound. I listened to this album about 10 times in two days, it is that amazing. The mix is much improved on the previous album which is by itself a very impressive sophomore effort compared to nebularium.

Another complaint is that the lead guitar parts dissapeared. I disagree. Compared with fragments the leads seem similarly structured. The guitarrist (who sings, produces, plays bass, keyboard, and the drums) seems like an incarnation of early Vivian campbell in that he plays fast, but uses a lot of string bending to impart feeling to the soloing. He is fast but he does not abuse of the speed like other guitarrists.

The songs are very well crafted, like a puzzle, where every layer fits seamlesly. It is a beautiful (it is death metal after all). The way that keyboards are used never detracts to the music and adds a third dimension that honestly I never experienced in any recording before (well the same as fragments of degeneration). Graveworm and in flames: please take note of how to use the keyboards in death metal please.

I draw comparisons of this album to the style that scar symmetry is playing, a more accesible death metal that is not 100 mph all the time. It is like a painter that paints different vistas in a single painting.
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