Return to Despair

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17/20
Band Name Suffokate
Album Name Return to Despair
Type Album
Дата релиза 27 Сентябрь 2011
Лейблы Mediaskare
Recorded at Undercity Recording
Музыкальный стильDeathcore
Владельцы этого альбома29

Tracklist

1.
 My Darkened Eyes
 03:05
2.
 Always Hopeless
 03:16
3.
 Distant Words
 03:36
4.
 Return to Despair
 04:00
5.
 Let the Water Rise
 04:10
6.
 Vanishing (ft. Jason Richardson of Chelsea Grin)
 01:40
7.
 The Hole Beneath
 02:58
8.
 Never Found
 02:09
9.
 It's Fading Away
 03:53
10.
 Everything Is Lost
 02:55
11.
 Dissolving
 01:28

Total playing time: 33:10



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Комментарий @ matt350

14 Февраль 2015

PERFECT DEATHCORE!

Suffokate started back in 2003, and at the time they were just starting off and sounded very unprofessional. By the time 2010 rolled around they released their second studio album entitled No Mercy, No Forgiveness which to date is one of the best Deathcore albums of all time. They recorded the album with such a raw sound and technicality which eagered fans and myself.

Now with this 2011 release they showed they can keep that technicality and rawness and create something deathcore has never seen before. This album emphasizes such brutalness and heaviness, while mixing in a lot of great choruses, which blend the songs very good so they don't all sound the same.

The melodic side of the album balances the songs, and makes you want to hear every track each time you listen to the album, which is a nice touch from the band.

I personally would give this album a perfect 20/20 simply because this album shows a great band releasing a great album in a great genre that not too many people are familiar with. Notable tracks are Its Fading Away, Always Hopeless, Return to Despair.

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