- Audio CD
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Relativity Entertainment
- ASIN: 5559092363
- Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
Asylum of the Human Predator
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Top Customer Reviews
Great album, in my opinion, a must own for any true fan, or just someone looking for a great album to add to there collection.
If by some chance you can get one of the Limited Edition discs with a DVD (First Pressing only)look for me in the moshpit during the video for Self Inflicted Silence (Big red haired guy in a Marilyn Manson shirt). The Video was filmed in 2003 (while the band was still known as Twytch) at the Locobazooka Festival at the Fitchburg Airport in Fitchburg, Mass.
I'm not really into this type of music, but I still like what I hear on this album. Hell Within reminds me of a cross between later periods of bands like Slayer, In Flames and Shadows Fall. There is also a certain Hatebreed influence to be heard on the more "modern" sounding tunes, such as "Redemption... is a Cold Body" and "Self-Inflected Silence", but I have to mention that Hell Within's vocalist easily blows the Hatebreed singer away. Matt McChesney reminds me of earlier Dark Tranquillity when he does his impressive brutal screams; he is also certainly akin to the singer from Shadows Fall, in the way he constantly changes from harsh to clean singing.
"Godspeed to Your Deathbed" is perhaps the most powerful song on the record. It features neck-breaking riffs with hooks, extremely angry growls that sporadically give way to regular singing, and a nice guitar solo. You got it right -- Hell Within isn't your typical hardcore band; they play nifty guitar solos whose tone is highly melodic and smooth. Guitarists Isaias Martinez and Tony Zimmerman are a solid duo; they play thrashy rhythms as well as fluid guitar solos. The opening riff of "Bleeding Me Black" and the gripping melody of "Open Your Eyes to Open Wounds" are simply mesmerizing -- especially for a metalcore band.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is an alright album to listen to from time to time. I'd recommend you check this album out to see for yourself. Buy it, listen to it, and enjoy it.Published 10 months ago by Spikedskull
Of of the best albums of it's kind. Real metal band with soul. Recording quality is awesome... crank this one up LOUD!!Published 17 months ago by Aaron J. Silvestri
Boston, MA -awesome Boston, MA metal band that was by far my favorite of the conference, I actually bought their CD"Asylum of the Human Predator". Read morePublished on April 10, 2006 by vaclay
overall 80/100 decent band
if you like metal buy this album
The music is irritating and stale, vocally lame, and just plain boring. Another lousy piece of trendy metalcore trash. Read morePublished on July 29, 2005 by Desperate Existence
When i discover this band and navigated through the official site, i downloaded the 2 tracks available of the album
so i heard the "Bleeding me black" i felt the hell of... Read more