The Unborn

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Band Name Mors Principium Est
Album Name The Unborn
Type Album
Data wpisu 18 Kwiecień 2005
Styl muzycznyMelodic Death
Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album115

Tracklist

1. Pure 06:07
2. The Harmony Remains 04:51
3. Parasites of Paradise 04:19
4. Two Steps Away 05:44
5. Altered State of Consciousness 04:20
6. Spirit-Conception 01:35
7. The Unborn 03:41
8. Fragile Flesh 04:01
9. Pressure 06:16
10. The Glass Womb 04:30
Bonustracks (Limited Edition Deluxe Digipack)
11. Blood of Heroes (Megadeth Cover)
12. No More
Total playing time 45:24


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02 Sierpień 2010
Finland has been known to produce much less melodic death bands than Sweden, the origin of Gothenburg. But the Country has produced such quality melodeath bands that literally hooks you to the genre. One of them is Mors Principium Est.

When I first heard Mors, by that time, I had heard lots of melodic death bands that simply are copies of each other.You would literally find no difference between COB, Norther & early Blood Stain Child. Mors Principium Est was like a kick in the faces of those copycats. Unlike COB, they dont playing those irritating Christmas keyboards. Their keyboards are atmospheric & are used sparingly, taking the backseat and control the ambiance of the tracks.

"The Unborn" is the second album of this Finnish melodeath act and by far known to be the best album by them. The intro track "Pure" punches you in the face with brutal fast riffs & extraordinary drumming. The vocals are brilliant & the best growlings i've ever heard. The raw power of the intro track will give you an an idea that Mors are in for some serious business.

Most of the "The Unborn" tracks are brutal as the "Pure". The songs are fast, catchy and melodic, a combination you won't find much in melodeath. The fastest track of the album is "Fragile Flesh". You have to listen to it to believe it.

The songs are mostly atmospheric which adds depth to the tracks. Songs like "Two Steps Away","The Unborn" and "The Glass Womb" are slower compared to the other tracks and more atmospheric, which doesn't let the album stagnate to one particular style.

The lyrics are very well written & are mostly based on loss, death and end of humanity. Here's one verse from "The Unborn" song :

"Smell the stench of the human flesh
See the bodies so rotten
The broken arms and the broken legs
No chance to get away from them
A lonely girl standing in the dust
Her eyes are cold and blind
The world is dead, there is no hope
We must never be born."

The guitar solos are something worth mentioning. They are fast, melodic and brutal! Anyone who has heard "Another Creation" from their previous album will understand what I mean. "The Harmony Remains" and "Pressure" has got the fastest solos you are ever going to hear.

If you are over with COB and those irritating Christmas keyboards and copycat melodeath bands, Mors is where you begin. The band takes you "into the music", which no other melodeath band can. When you have heard all "The Unborn" songs and reach the end of the outro "The Glass Womb", you will know what you missed all these years.
Mors Principium Est was always underrated, and the fact that my review being the first one on Spirit of Metal, after 7 years of the band's debut album, proves it.

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sulabhmetalfreak - 12 Sierpień 2010: yes you are right....cob n norther sound almost the same though i like norther more.the track 'pure' as you said really punched me on my head for the great music and awesum drumming.i had never heard a melo-death song like this before!!!mors are just unique in their style.the song 'the unborn' is also great as well.the lyrics,the music,.....everything is mindblowing.i just cant believe that a great band like this is not much popular.bands like this should be promoted.
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