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Esoteric : Metamorphogenesis



This time, no melancholic intro: instead, this album departs by exerting a powerful attack against the listener's ear drums, using as weapons the bombastic, very well produced guitars, terrifying screams, an enormous amount of space effects, a huge bass sound and the skills of a competent drummer. This insane, trippy sonic violence drags the listener through a labyrinth of three mammoth-tracks that nicely flow into each other, preventing the listener of finding the time to rest between the tracks. This is clearly music for the more misanthropic and demanding dark music adorers among us.

Those who have heard Esoteric's previous works, know exactly what to expect, but they should keep in mind that this work is their most powerful and best-produced effort up to date. The only problem is the length of this work, it's not a double CD any more…but its musical level and intensity compensate for this without problems. Also the abstract, original artwork make this work worth your money. There is no other band like Esoteric!

Reviewer's rating: Unrated

Information

Tracklist :
1. Dissident
2. The Secret of The Secret
3. Psychotropic Transgression

Duration : Approx. 44 minutes

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Reviewed on ??-??-???? by Kostas Panagiotou
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