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The Great Tribulation [Explicit]

August 1, 2011 | Format: MP3

$9.49
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Sangre's new album the Great Tribulation is seriously one of the Best Metal albums I've bought in 2011. I like every song on here. The songs are really heavy and make you want to Headbang until your head falls off. Every song is great but if I had to pin Point my favorites they would be the first track "Vengeance" It's straight up Death Metal with some Black Metal elements added to it. The Vocalist growls mixed in with his High Pitch Black Metal Screams makes this song stand up to it's name. It's full of bloody Vengeance.
The Title track "The Great Tribulation" intro riff is sick! Another very Death Metal and Black Metal influenced track thrown in with some very Gutenberg Swedish Melo Death inspired riffing reminiscent of At The Gates mixed in with some Dissection. Very Heavy but Melodic at the same time. Another stand out if I had to chose, and trust me it's hard to pick a song cause they are all brutal and awesome would be "Forever I" This song if I had to describe it would be Thrash Metal meets Tool. This song is really heavy and makes you want to thrash and get stoned! The vocalist mixes in his growls and screams with his melodic vocals. Not many Metal vocalist can pull this off but his voice is great. hahahaha. Sangre mixes their Thrash Metal/Death/Black Metal influences really well with the great Melody of Swedish melo death with a dash of progressive Metal. Seriously all 13 tracks make you want to headbang and circle pit. Also the Drumming is freaken excellent. Great crazy Fills through out the songs. Reminds me of Danny Carey Meets Dave McClain of Machine Head on crack with great Blast Beats and Double Peddle Action! Oh and to top it off, The Bass is actually played the way it should be, playing along to the Drummer! I GIVE SANGRE'S THE GREAT TRIBULATION 10 OUT OF 1O!
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SANGRE deliver the one of THE BEST metal albums of 2011 with The Great Tribulation. This albums starts of punching you in the face and does not let up, with the exception of a couple of choice acoustic interludes. This one of metal's hardest working bands, and it shows in this release. Favorite Tracks are: EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM!

If you are a true metal fan, you will do yourself a favor and pick this up. SUPPORT GREAT MUSIC whenever you can and SANGRE is GREAT F"N MUSIC!
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This Album is the first album that Ive bought that I have listen to from song one to the last one, all 13 tracks on this are truely epic, this is one hell of a album...do I recommend the album to heavy metal people??? You #$#@ right I do... this should be in every bodies metal arsenal.
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