Dead Throne

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Band Name The Devil Wears Prada
Album Name Dead Throne
Type Album
Data de lançamento 13 Setembro 2011
Estilo de MúsicaMetalcore
Membros têm este álbum91

Tracklist

1.
 Dead Throne
 02:45
2.
 Untidaled
 02:55
3.
 Mammoth
 02:43
4.
 Vengeance
 03:02
5.
 R.I.T.
 02:49
6.
 My Questions
 03:12
7.
 Kansas
 03:36
8.
 Born to Lose
 03:05
9.
 Forever Decay
 03:25
10.
 Chicago
 02:45
11.
 Constance (ft. Tim Lambesis of As I Lay Dying)
 03:19
12.
 Pretenders
 03:28
13.
 Holdfast
 03:45

Total playing time: 40:49



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Crítica @ hailmonster

04 Julho 2012

They once again remind everyone that they're the kings of the genre...

The Devil Wears Prada have been a huge force in the metalcore scene for a while now, and it's easy to see why. They have no boundaries. They effortlessly refine their sound every album without removing any major cogs. The brutal, well thought-out breakdowns? Still there. The bits of clean vocals and atmospheric keyboard riffs? Yep. The varied vocals that alternate between a searing screech and a throat-demolishing growl? You bet. But, this time around, they introduce a style that's heavier, more thoughtful, more progressive, more atmospheric, and just all-around better. Don't get me wrong, I'm a huge fan of their earlier albums, but Dead Throne takes the cake as their most revolutionary album yet. I'll break it down.

First, let's tackle the drums. Daniel delivers the fastest, hardest, and most unpredictable rhythms to date. Check out Untidaled and the title track, and pay attention to the stickman. Next, guitars. There's a familiar sound to the riffs, but overall, guitar tone is massive compared to previous albums. The low end is more up-front and forceful than previous releases, which is a defining factor in the progression of the album. Keyboard sections are few and reserved, which is refreshing, especially with the continuing wave of generic metalcore bands utilizing electronic elements. Lastly, the vocals are the most emotionally driven and intense they have ever laid down.

Overall, Dead Throne is massive. This talented band proves that they can literally do anything to their technique and still put out amazing work without alienating their true fans. Of course, it'll do little to open the minds of critical metalheads to the talented section of the metalcore scene, but it's a start. They once again remind everyone that they're the kings of the genre, and they aren't going anywhere but forward.

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McLovinSkittlez - 04 Julho 2012: Completely agreed. Zombie was a br00tal masterpiece, but this is even better, maybe 5x better. Mike's scream , in my opinion, sucked horridly in their first two albums, but this is so amazing. I thought he had finally hit puberty when he let out that amazing ear-blistering wretched scream. I was truly captivated!
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