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  • CD (30 juin 2008)
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  • Label: Nuclear Blast Records
  • ASIN : B00190KZBO
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SCAR SYMMETRY est certainement le groupe le plus novateur de la scène métal actuelle.

Après avoir tourné au cours des années 2006 et 2007, SCAR SYMMETRY s est remis au travail et est entré à nouveau en studio. Le résultat s appelle Holographic Universe, un nouvel album sans faille et certainement le plus abouti de tous.
Holographic Universe est un mélange subtil de Death Metal mélodique à la suédoise avec une pointe d originalité bien propre au groupe. Le chant est tout simplement superbe, emmené par CHRISTIAN, celui-ci effectue là une prestation magistrale digne des plus grands chanteurs de Metal du moment. Holographic Universe va propulser SCAR SYMMETRY sur le devant de la scène.


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Avec Holographic Universe, son premier album conceptuel, le groupe a choisi d'accentuer son côté mélodique. Une évolution logique finalement: un premier album direct et agressif, un deuxième qui alternait deux humeurs bien distinctes (agressivité/mélodies) et un troisième où les mélodies ressortent davantage. Les parties agressives restent bien sûr de la partie avec une fois de plus des riffs qui marquent les esprits, n'empêche qu'une fois l'album terminé, ce que l'on retient le plus, ce sont ces refrains chantés en voix claire (remarquable performance de Christian Ävelstam au passage, redoutable de versatilité), ces solos racés dégoulinant de mélodies qui se taillent la part du lion sur cet album, s'insérant au sein des couplets ou venant ponctuer un riff, et ces claviers prédominants qui confèrent une saveur éthérée à l'ensemble de cette galette.

Holographic Universe se montre du coup moins percutant (c'est son défaut) mais aussi plus homogène que son superbe prédécesseur. Pas de caresse dans le sens inverse du poil, ici, les breaks coulent de source, les chansons s'enchaînent sans accroc, l'ensemble est d'une fluidité exemplaire... et le groupe y gagne encore en personnalité. Peut-on encore parler de "death metal mélodique" ici ? Selon moi, le groupe évolue plus dans le registre du metal mélodique tout court.
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Possédant déja le précédent album (Pitch Black Progress) de Scar symmetry (un nom assez étrange pour un groupe), je me suis tout de suite précipité sur ce second album. Le groupe officie dans un métal mélodique de haute volée et ça se sent tout de suite, dès la première piste de cette galette. J'ai frissonée à cette chanson et le frisson s'est poursuivi jusqu'à la dernière piste (généralement, quand je frissonne à l'écoute d'un album de métal, c'est bon signe). Le mélange de voix claire/voix death m'a toujours plu, de plus, les orchestrations sont magnifiquement bien senti et m'a fait écouté la galette sans sentir la fin arrivé. On en voudrait encore plus de cette musique en meme temps puissante et douce. Les guitares se font incisives et percutantes et cette batterie si rentre-dedans (une jouissance!).
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Par fifi59 1ER COMMENTATEUR DU HALL D'HONNEUR le 19 juillet 2008
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Scar Symmetry nous propose, pour ce troisième album, un Metal mélodique comprenant des éléments Death et Prog.
Avec ses parties de chants clairs particulièrement réussies, les voix Death efficaces, la production sans faille de l'album, l'accentuation des côtés Progressifs et mélodiques, tout en n'oubliant pas des moments plus agressifs, le groupe a réussi un album de haute tenue qui apporte sa pierre à l'édifice en ne se rangeant pas comme un clone de In Flames ou Soilwork. D'ailleurs, en comparaison, la musique du groupe est plus variée.
Cet album fait partie de ceux qui tournent en boucle chez moi et j'espère que Scar Symmetry ne deviendra pas "light", comme beaucoup de groupes, en accentuant encore les aspects mélodiques, en supprimant les passages agressifs et les voix death. Ce groupe a trouvé son style, sa spécificité, il doit s'y accrocher !
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HASH(0x9318ee58) étoiles sur 5 Once again, the Swedes prove they do it best... 9 juillet 2008
Par Steve L. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Well, Scar Symmetry has done it again. After being hooked on their two previous albums "Symmetric in Design" and "Pitch Black Progress" for the past few years, I didn't think Scar Symmetry would be able to create a third straight 5 star effort - but I was wrong. In all honesty, this was an album that took me a few listens to really get into, but once I did, there was no shaking the songs from my mind.

Any current Scar Symmetry fan already knows what to expect. Jonas Kjellgren and Per Nilsson return with their twin attack of heavy, catchy riffs as well as the technicality of their searing solos. Oh yes, that's right. It wouldn't be a traditional SS album if the songs weren't littered with solos...and I mean that in the best way possible! Also back are Henrik Ohlsson - brilliant lyricist and phenomenal drummer, Kenneth Seil - bassist, and of course, Christian Alvestam - the inhuman vocalist. While I don't believe Jonas and Per bring a whole lot new to the table (as they're doing as great as always!), the other three are certainly pushing themselves to new levels with "Holographic Universe." Lyrics-wise, Henrik revolves all the songs around a combination of astrological/quantum physics and middle eastern philosophy. It sounds weird in theory, but it makes for some great lyrics. It's certainly an interesting topic, and for anyone who wishes to learn more, I highly recommend watching the "Holographic Universe trailer part II" on youtube or myspace for further explanation. Anywho, previous fans will also notice that the bass has more prominent parts in quite a few songs, which is always a plus for me.

But the true difference between "Symmetric in Design", "Pitch Black Progress" and "Holographic Universe" is the vocal styling of Christian. "SiD" had more growling vocals as opposed to clean singing, whereas "PBP" was a relatively even blend. With "Holographic Universe", however, the vocals have shifted to be mostly clean and almost operatic at times. I find that a little disappointing, but Christian has a hell of a voice and in the end, it's still fantastic.

As far as the songs themselves go, it's hard to pick a clear cut favorite or a single weak track. All have their strong points for sure. Specifically, I find that "Morphogenesis", "Prism and Gate", and "The Three-Dimensional Shadow" are the best, simply because I favor heavy, growling verses and catchy, clean choruses. There's nothing new about that, but listen to the song samples above and tell me that I'm wrong. Then there's the album epic, the title track "Holographic Universe" which is not only 9 minutes long, but also features some awesome finger-tap solos. Finally, the last track that really stands out is the closer, "Ghost Prototype II (Deus Ex Machina)". The beginning and ending of the song features the lightest singing Christian has done to date. It's the one track that took me the longest to get used to, but it's worth the time to let it grow on you. Of course, I love all the songs, but I've highlighted the ones that I feel are the freshest or coolest.

So in the end, what's left to say about "Holographic Universe"? Will it be the top metal album of 2008? To me, quite possibly, but there's still plenty of time left to make that call. In relation to the first two albums, where does it fall? Personally, I favor "SiD" and "PBP" over "Holographic Universe", but that shouldn't deter anyone from buying this album. It's new enough for old fans to not feel like they're getting repeats, yet it doesn't stray too far from what makes Scar Symmetry, well...Scar Symmetry. And for the newbies out there: if you enjoy this album, buy the first two without hesitation. They're just as phenomenal.

Here's to Scar Symmetry...rock on! \m/ ^_^ \m/

EDIT 9/11/08:

It was announced today that vocalist Christian has parted ways with Scar Symmetry. I am personally very disappointed, but in todays day and age, things like this are common occurrence. He will continue other musical endeavors, though.

Scar Symmetry is NOT broken up, however, and a replacement will be announced soon. Whoever steps in will have some mighty big shoes to fill. I once again heavily urge all newcomers to buy "Holographic Universe" as well as "Pitch Black Progress" and "Symmetric in Design" not only because they are phenomenal records, but also simply because you will own a piece of metal history. There are very few vocalists like Christian, and these will probably be the only records you can hear his magnificence on for some time.

EDIT 10/6/08:

Today Scar Symmetry announced the new vocalist for the band, and surprise...they got two vocalists! Roberth Karlsson (main growls, back up clean) and Lars Palmqvist (main clean, back up growls) will be taking up the place where Christian once was. There's an audition video on youtube I recommend fans watch with both newbies singing that is very encouraging! I first thought that no one could replace Christian, and any attempt at it would be worthless, but this is not the case! While I've already begun reading people say that having two people to fill in for Christian is pathetic it does have a benefit. A lot of the songs from "Holographic Universe" have vocal work that can't be done live, but now they can! Naysayers, please check out the video before passing judgment. I'm now eagerly awaiting both a world tour and a new album from these guys!
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HASH(0x9318eb88) étoiles sur 5 Scar Symmetry's Best Album Thus Far!! 6 décembre 2008
Par Jeremy Brackeen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"Holographic Universe" is simply the best album that Scar Symmetry have released thus far, as well as being one of the best metal albums of 2008. Scar Symmetry are an excellent melodic death metal band that just keep getting better and better with album they put out, and this album is definitely proof. They remind me a lot of both Soilwork and Opeth but with a more futuristic sound, and not to mention they also have some progressive metal influences as well. As far as this album goes, it's just an incredibly mind blowing piece of work that will literally leave you breathless and have you wanting more afterwards. Each song on here is just awesome and addicting, and full of brutal, monstrous growling verses, catchy, infectious melodic sung choruses, beautifully mind blowing guitar solos, brilliant lyrics and songwriting, hey it's all on here, even the keyboards on here really add to the epicness. Christian Avalstam's vocals are simply awesome, and I really like how he can switch from brutally, chilling death growls to stunning, superb, clean melodic singing style vocals. He's got such an incredible vocal range, and that's really saying something. Guitarists Jonas Kjellegren and Per Nilsson are once again in top form here with their heavy hitting riffs, and let's not forget those stunning, ear shredding solos, and believe me, this album has tons of killer solos, and of course skinsman Henrik Ohlsson delivers great, heavy, pounding beats and superb, ripping, double bass kicking. The first song "Morphogenesis" (the album's first single) is a great opener that features the killer death growling verses and melodic sung choruses that Scar Symmetry have been known for, and there's also a nicely executed melodic solo around the 2:01 mark. "Timewave Zero" is another favorite on here that showcases Christian's great melodic singing abilities, but he does switch to his growling vocals around the 2:15 mark before switching right back to the clean vocals. There's also a great melodic solo section to boot. "Quantumleaper" is an awesome heavy hitter that features catchy, energetic riffing, pummeling double bass drum work, wicked full bodied growling, stunning solos, and another great melodic sung chorus. Other favorite songs on here include "Artificial Sun Projection" (which shows Christian switching from death growls to clean singing mostly throughout), "The Three-Dimensional Shadow", "The Missing Coordinates" (which has a nice careening solo, along with heavy, fast battering riffs and drums in the beginning) "Ghost Prototype I - Measurement of Thought", Prism and Gate" (which is highlighted by mean, chugging machine gun-like riffs, punishing double bass drumming, and an awesome shredding solo section), "Ghost Prototype II - Deus Ex Machina" (which is a great melodic closer), and of course the 9 minute long title song "Holographic Universe" which is definitely the absolute best song on the album (and my favorite Scar Symmetry song ever). It starts off with an awesomely epic intro that echoes Strapping Young Lad, then afterwards it thrusts into a punishing barrage of heavy, thumping drum beats, wild head rushing riffs, and heart pumping death growls from Christian. The melodic sung chorus is just absolutely pure epic bliss and addicting, and the solo breaks are wickedly stunning especially the awesome sweeping solo in the middle, and the outro of the song just sends excitement to my ears. This song is without question one of the absolute best songs that Scar Symmetry have ever written. For the entire song list, please read on.

Jeremy's song ratings:
1. Morphogenesis (3:54) - 5/5
2. Timewave Zero (5:13) - 5/5
3. Quantumleaper (4:09) - 5/5
4. Artificial Sun Projection (4:00) - 5/5
5. The Missing Coordinates (4:37) - 5/5
6. Ghost Prototype I - Mesurement of Thought (4:35) - 5/5
7. Fear Catalyst (5:03) - 5/5
8. Trapezoid (4:17) - 5/5
9. Prism and Gate (3:46) - 5/5
10. Holographic Universe (9:05) - 10/5 BEST SONG!!
11. The Three-Dimensional Shadow (3:57) - 5/5
12. Ghost Prototype II - Deus Ex Machina (6:03) - 5/5

Bottom Line: I highly recommend "Holographic Universe" which is truly one of the best metal CD's of 2008 as well as the band's best album to date, to any fan of Scar Symmetry, metal, melodic death metal, death metal, and even progressive metal. I also recommend this to fans of Soilwork, Opeth, In Flames, Arch Enemy, Into Eternity, and even Strapping Young Lad for that matter. Believe me, this album is that good. Buy it now!!!
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HASH(0x93176528) étoiles sur 5 This album blows my mind!!!!! 14 septembre 2008
Par Divine Chaos - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Scar Symmetry is my second all time favorite band and "Holographic Universe" is defintely my second favorite album i own. I'd say my two favorite songs on it are "Fear Catalyst" and "Morphogenesis." EVERY song on this album is freakin' awesome and Christian has the most amazing vocals on here. He is defintely one of my vocal idols, and if i were to ever get a band together i would want my vocals similar without copying. That, and i'd also want to sound as close as possible, again, without copying. But, this just the most album to come this year by far!!!!
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HASH(0x92c65540) étoiles sur 5 Scar Who? 19 août 2008
Par Jcase187 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I stumbled upon this album on accident, and I'm damn glad I did. I checked out their back log of albums after hearing this album; and while both their prior albums are gems, this album is their best so far. The album defies any single particular genre of metal; IE power or death metal, but rather has a mix of...everything. Scar Symmetry is similar to Into Eternity or Opeth in that their songs are everywhere but they manage to make it work. As in they REALLY work. That's where the similarities end though. This is one of those rare bands that doesn't sound like anyone. Everything here works - the violent shifts from melodic to crushing, the savage growls, the sing-along choruses, the heavy riffs, everything.

The opening track gives you a good idea of what to expect on this album. It doesn't take long into the song for the melody to give way to brutal heaviness...which in turn quickly gives way to a sing-along chorus. The song is complex with several layers and tempo shifts. The 2nd track manages to crush with its opening riffs...but like the opener changes violently into a melodic beast. Every song on the albums is this way, and every song manages to sound different. Making every song unique from the other is a feat in itself - making them interesting is an altogether different beast. Track 4 even opens with a violin. Track 9; Prism and Gate, may be my favorite track. It opens with some BRUTAL heaviness. But then an addictive chorus comes out of left field. I don't know how to explain how the chorus is so addictive, other than that similar to the album's tempo changes the chorus changes tones? I'm at a loss as how to explain it, you will probably just have to listen for youself. The closing track threatens to be the obligatory ballad. Just when you begin to accept the fact, and begin to enjoy the beautiful vocals- come some booming drums and blow the ballad theory out of the water.

The problem with reviewing an album like this is that it can actually be summed up quite easily. Every song contains melody, clean vocals, growls, shrieks, crunchy guitars, blast beats, guitar solos, and most importantly, suprises. Fans of Opeth should particularly enjoy this band, as should anyone that doesn't mind a bit of extreme heaviness in their music.
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HASH(0x92c6ece4) étoiles sur 5 One of the best metal albums of all time! 29 septembre 2009
Par Mike - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Occasionally you will hear a song that is so good, you wouldn't mind listening to it three more times in a row. It's very, very rare for a band to have more than one song this good on a single album, and virtually unheard of for the entire album to be like this; Holographic Universe is one of these albums.

Scar Symmetry is a melodic death metal band from Avesta, Sweden, and they are not well known outside Europe. It would be a huge mistake to judge Scar Symmetry on their lack of popularity, however, as the band's creativity and imagination are equal to or greater than the most famous metal bands. Guitarists Jonas Kjellgren and Per Nilsson are musical geniuses; every guitar riff on Holographic Universe is both catchy and complex,ranging from melodic and epic to heavy and intense. Vocalist Christian Älvestam is as talented as they come, showcasing some of the best singing/growling combinations that can be found in metal today. The vocals do not follow the rhythm exactly, but complement it perfectly: you'll feel compelled to sing along with every song.

The subject matter contained in the Holographic Universe's lyrics is also very intriguing. Scar Symmetry's primary lyricist (and drummer) Henrik Ohlsson, explores the scientific theories of quantum physics and space-time with a superb mastery of the English language. They nature of the lyrics corresponds ideally with the inventiveness and intricacy of the music itself, making Holographic Universe the perfect album for the "thinking man."

Unless a person enjoys no metal/rock softer than Cannibal Corpse or harder than Coldplay, it's virtually impossible to dislike Holographic Universe. Simply for sheer imagination, the album has to be one of the best metal albums of all time. If that doesn't seem likely, look up a few Scar Symmetry songs on Youtube or a similar website and you'll quickly change your mind.
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