Awaken the Dreamers

Palabras
añadir una crónica
Add an audio file
Band Name All Shall Perish
Album Name Awaken the Dreamers
Type Album
Data de aparición 05 Septiembre 2008
Labels Nuclear Blast
Producido por Ohren Zack
Enregistrado en Castle Ultimate Studios
Estilo MusicalDeathcore
Miembros poseen este álbum222

Tracklist

1. When Life Meant More... 03:01
2. Black Gold Reign (ft. Cam Pipes of 3 Inches Of Blood) 04:37
3. Never... Again 03:13
4. The Ones We Left Behind 01:09
5. Awaken the Dreamers 04:38
6. Memories of a Glass Sanctuary 02:45
7. Stabbing to Purge Dissimulation 02:38
8. Gagged, Bound, Shelved and Forgotten 03:45
9. Until the End 02:58
10. From So Far Away 02:40
11. Misery's Introduction 01:01
12. Songs for the Damned 03:38
Total playing time 36:03


    Ningun artículo encontrado en Español, los artículos de la sección inglesa son fijados.
    Sea el primero que añade uno

Crónica @ MetalParaTrooper

20 Julio 2017

One of the first Melodic Deathcore records

Yes this album is almost 10 years old and nobody really needs to read a review on it anymore but with the recent bashing of Eddie Hermida's new work with Suicide Silence, I wanted to look back on something he did extremely well. Awaken The Dreamers was a phenomenal record and I'm sure most would rather see Eddie still putting out music like this.

The first thing you notice on this record is how much melody it has for a deathcore record. Sure everybody is use to that when listening to a Parkway Drive or August Burns Red album but when you look back at Hate. Malice. Revenge and then hear this you will be pleasantly surprised. There are 3 instrumental tracks on this album out of 12 total. This means a quarter of the album is just instrumental melody, not to mention the other songs have several chorus parts with nice and slow melodic singing like the title track for example.Memories of a Glass Sanctuary is all singing and slow smooth guitar which you almost never see in the deathcore genre. However, it is done extremely well and carries the smooth atmospheric vibe the album has very well. ATD still has plenty of heavy parts on it though for those of you who aren't as keen on the softer side of All Shall Perish. The start of Stabbing to Purge Dissimulation is a crushing blast beat with lows and gutturals and carries into plenty of riffage and some breakdowns so do not fear this album being too soft or anything crazy like that. Even you crazy bastards who only want heavy will still get your fix.

One of the main things everybody nnotices in any ASP record is Eddie's vocals. His range is out of this world, sure he has a decent low and a powerful mid, even some nice gutturals here and there but it's the highs that really grab the bull by the horns. I can't think of one other singer in his realm who has a tone that can match his. Now if he would apply it more in Suicide Silence than I think they would get a little more praise. However, we are talking about that album. In ATD he gives you a taste of everything he has to offer, like I said above, even some clean singing which sounds great. Another thing you'll notice big time is the technicality of the lead guitar. The rhythm guitarist pretty much just chugs and follows the drummer which is not bad per say because of how much extra the lead does.

To close this out I would recommend first checking out the song Black Gold Reign. That song stuck out the most to me partially because of cam pipes of 3 Inches of Blood's small vocal feature. It isn't a big part of the song but it was a good accent to what Eddie was already doing vocally and it is just an all around good song that carries every element of what the album has to offer as far as melody, chorus, breakdown, technicality and blast beats. ATD isn't my personal favorite ASP album but one could argue that it is their best. I gave it a 17/20 for being a very solid album but not my favorite. There are definitely better records but it is nothing short of an amazing and I recommend it to anybody who is a fan of anything in between metalcore - death metal. If you haven't heard ASP before than this is a good place to start.

P.S there were no videos relative to ATD so here is one off their last record.

0 Comentario

0 Like

Compartir
Share to Facebook Share to Myspace Share to Twitter Stumble It Email This More...
    Tienes que ser miembro para poder añadir un comentario

Other productions from All Shall Perish


Other famous albums in Deathcore