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  • Audio CD (October 2, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sumerian Records
  • ASIN: B000V9KEV0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,122 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This is one of those albums that belongs in every metalheads collection.
Erich Moore
The melodies follow a good harmonic balance against dissonance, never straying too far into any "specific" genre, maintains a good sound that remains very listen able.
MTTS
That album is unfortunately short but (my opinion) very good from the beginning to the end!
Julien Levac Joubert

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By John on April 6, 2008
Format: Audio CD
i just saw these guys with beneath the massacre and a couple crappy bands. i had no idea how young these guys are (or look at least)!

regardless, there are some really solid tracks on this album along with some that feel a little under-developed. it is, like everyone else says, super-short which is somewhat of a letdown. however, the tracks are pretty technical, lots of start/stop work. the synth is a nice touch that creates a catchy groove to a lot of the tracks. i just hope these guys keep working at it because the have the potential to become a truly "epic" and brutal band.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By VDLV on October 26, 2007
Format: Audio CD
This band is awesome! While the disc may be a bit short, it leaves you wanting more. If you get a chance to see these guys live, they put on a great show.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ELgY on December 15, 2007
Format: Audio CD
im not one to be fussy about the length of an album, especially if its this good...i really enjoy listening to this album, they are similar to the faceless, but they take a more 'core' and less technical approach, which suits me better...lol the breakdown in abstract art is soo fricking cool
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Okay. First off, the musicality represented on this album is easily 5 stars. EASILY. The vocals took me a little bit of time to completely get used to because I typically don't dig these type of vocals (I'm more of a Textures/Meshuggah/LD50-era Mudvayne type of guy), but they really suit the music. It's really interesting to hear these vocals over some of their ambient passages. Quite different for me.

I gave this 4 stars for two reasons:

1 - The fact that this whole album clocks in at just over 20 minutes. That being said, the album doesn't feel that short when you're listening to it... you just end up recognizing the first song again and you're like, "wow, that was fast".

2 - The drum production on this CD is quite bad in the bass drum department. I'm not going to knock it too bad because I don't know who mixed the album, etc. You'll get used to it but if you're a stickler for production like I am, you'll definitely hear what I'm talking about. For their second album, this is really the only point of constructive criticism I have in regards to production. The rest of the album production isn't the best I've heard but it's certainly not the worst, either!

Those two points aside, this album is a really fun and entertaining listen. These guys are very talented and have a great sense of melody and groove. The keyboard is definitely a nice touch to add to the ambience of the melodic passages. Diminished licks seem to be a dime-a-dozen in this genre but these guys don't overuse them, and the progressions they DO use sound like fresh twists. If I were going to compare these guys to one band musically, it would be Sikth. They're not the same, but if you dig Sikth, you'll absolutely dig these guys.
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By MTTS on December 19, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I pre-ordered this back when it was first released. I've had some good time to think on the album, and about a year and half after it's release, I still love it.

Let's start with the obvious, it's technical without being dizzying and it's short almost to a fault. The melodies follow a good harmonic balance against dissonance, never straying too far into any "specific" genre, maintains a good sound that remains very listen able. I've had the album in a frequent rotation since It's conception, never really getting tired of the tracks.

Recently in the last 4-5 months the rumor of the follow up album began, and sometime in early 2009 the album should be released. I have only two things to say, please make it longer, as this album is almost EP length but still stands on it's own against albums twice the length, and please update the production, which wasn't terrible, but it's faults have been noticed.

I loved this album, and I will continue to enjoy it, I just want something with more on it. I won't rate this down for the short but intense and memorable ride, I just hope to have either another track on the new album, or a couple of songs to be a little fuller.

Again this album was all about quality and not quantity, and as such they did really good at what they wrote, never stretching past their means, and never falling short of good rhythm and technique.
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I was totally blown away by this album! If you want a good description of the album, then hear me out. BORN OF OSIRIS, in my opinion, produce the off time signatures similiar to that of AUGUST BURNS RED, MESHUGGA, 7 ANGELS 7 PLAGUES, MISERY SIGNALS, etc. I think that these guys might even take this aspect even further, but tastefully so. Not only this, but these guys manage to incorporate electronica like bands ENTER SHIKARI and SPINESHANK! Honestly, this is one of my new favs. I do think that the disc was really short, but I also think that effort put into each song is well above average. You can tell that these guys put many time consuming hours into this album, as they even admitted in REVOLVER MAGAZINE. I would rather have a disc that is short and well thought out than one that is the result of just "jammin-out". This is definately the thinking mans music, or something to administer a beating.
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