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Sins album reviews..
« on: March 27, 2011, 11:01:55 PM »
Ok so here is a "google" translation of a review of the Sins album from German? metal website www.metal.de

Ah'hem.

"Groove and melodies into one is not really tight corset of Death Metal crammed and extended by several bonds, so the blend of these can be broadly here to describe Australians probably still unknown to us now prove their self-titled debut album with the honor.

At home, however, the boys are already well known, because that was founded eight years ago (2005 was 8 years ago?) quintet (There's 5 of us?) could earn on the one hand through countless gigs a good reputation at home in the scene and was also even dubbed as one of hope, when out of Heavy Metal Perth had been discussed and that, although a 3-track demo from 2007, represented until recently the only publication.

No idea how powerful the five on stage sounds really, the fact is for me, however, that these guys have to bring any club to bursting, even if only half the state is their energy that could be immortalized on this recording, implement and live . But what really driven by the riffs from the pen of Matt Corica and his partner Jordan Rizzi served, the five mostly a rich board that achieved in terms of its impact even phased OBITUARY regions. This thunder riffs serve as a very solid foundation in a row, on the SINS OF THE FATHER then built their tracks almost.

But instead of straight "thunder," continued the Aussies fall back on a lot of different stylistic devices to garnish their tracks. Thus, in the course of the season also hear diverse sources of inspiration, such as in "Sanity Song", which are twisted rhythms in combination with murderous groove faces would also be good HYPOCRISY. Another glaring example of the complexity of these troops, "Watch The Earth Burn", whose guitar theme was probably on loan from AC / DC, before it again goes to the point powerfully.

The game time goes by very quickly and therefore, the band knows how slick and over again for moments of surprise and variety there too, but without the aforementioned foundation ever really left. The groove portion is consistently powerful and a means of compelling, why are the consumption of "Sins Of The Father" probably many a living room to the sauna, or even turned into a club is foggy."



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Anyone fluent in German feel free to translate ---> http://www.metal.de/index.php?option=com_articles&view=article&id=46703
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Re: Sins album review by www.metal.de
« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2011, 06:02:48 PM »
Check it.. ;D

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Re: Sins album reviews..
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Re: Sins album reviews..
« Reply #3 on: June 18, 2011, 03:02:38 PM »
awesome, guys!!!
i can read these almost immediately coz i have the translator up-and-ready. some of the translations make absolutely no sense though... aha!

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