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Edition limitée en version Digipack contenant 1 CD Bonus ! Fer de lance de la mouvance Metalcore aux côtés de Chimaira, Lamb of God ou bien Killswitch Engage, God Forbid s'est formé dans le New-Jersey en 1996 et a développé sa réputartion et son identité sonore sous le signe du thrash metal... Pour ce nouvel opus, les mélodies sont plus présentes, les arrangements plus travaillés et les compos définitivement plus complexes. D'emblée on remarque la puissance de l'album, les passages mélodiques maîtrisés avec brio, et un son monstrueux. Le groupe n'a d'ailleurs rien perdu de son agressivité ! On assiste à une cavale metallique sans compromis, la poursuite d'un parcours sans faute en somme.
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That being said, the new material is excellent. It took a little time to get into one or two songs, but that's neither a complaint or a criticism. I was hoping for some songs along the lines of Broken Promise and Crucify Your Beliefs (though The New Clear comes very close)
On a side note, the album art is great. A little too much Photoshop in the liner notes, but the cover itself is great.
This is DEFINITELY worth an immediate purchase. Don't download it unless you're getting the live set as well. If the live set isn't included then just buy the CD set. Its a few bucks more, but well worth the investment.
Highly recommended for metalcore and melodic death metal fans.
i always thought progression in metal would solely come from the instruments, but this album shows just how much the vocal melodies can really make a great song better. dallas' singing really adds a symphonic element to the songs.
as always doc coyle's solos are epic and memorable.
my favorite song right now is probably "walk alone" and "empire of the gun."
check out [....]review. they gave it 9.5 out of 10.
The influences of Sweden's best metal bands are clear in the melodic guitars and sweeping highs and lows, progressive song structure stands out, and yet they make clear they can get aggressive enough to make Pantera and Lamb of God proud..on top of all this, it's clear they are a very intelligent band, with lyrics that are actually meaningful and striking.
I can't get over how good this band is!
Oh, and the amazing guitar player has one of the coolest names ever: Doc Coyle.
God Forbid has done it again.
Take the brutality of IV: Constitution of Treason, the lyrical kick-assery of Gone Forever, and well... pretty much every good thing from all of their albums. Now crank it up by a factor of a hundred million, pick one, and you've pretty much got Earthsblood in a nutshell.
I'm not going to tell you that there are any bad songs on Earthsblood, because there aren't any. Some of them don't have as much impact as others, but all of them will most certainly rock their faces off. If you want to listen to a couple of good preview songs before picking up the entire Earthsblood album, though, I would recommend either going with "Empire of the Gun" or "Bat the Angels", as both of them aren't too "hardcore" and yet at the same time, will definitely sate your taste for kick-ass metal.
One last thing: I would be remiss if I didn't mention the bonus disc that comes with (I believe) all copies of Earthsblood. It's a live CD, of a set that God Forbid played at Starland, New Jersey (at the Starland Ballroom) on their Chains of Humanity tour. The live quality is absolutely amazing, and there were quite a few times when I wondered if the product that I was listening to, was an actual studio album. That's how great the quality is on Live at the Starland Ballroom. And their song selection spans all four albums (the set was recorded before Earthsblood's release), which means you're getting the best of all worlds, including their singles "Lonely Dead," "To the Fallen Hero," and "The End of the World."
So. If you find yourself tiring of the boring, predictable metal these days, and want a way to just get away from it all, might I suggest God Forbid? Earthsblood is everything that a metal album should have- and none of the bad.