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Détails sur le produit

1. National Amnesia
2. Muzzle Order
3. Televangelist
4. Pagan Self Portrait
5. History Versus The Pavement
6. Monarch Of Dreams
7. Librium
8. Verona
9. The Nine Year Tide
10. Midwest Pandemic
11. The Recovery (In Three Parts)/I. God Bless You, Good Thief/II. Towers & Vectors/III. Bridge To The Sun

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This is a great album!!! 21 juin 2007
Par Browneyesblue - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album is a great one. Twelve Tribes are in a genre of their own. I don't think anyone should sleep on them. If the album does not impress them see them live. Right after I bought the album I was privileged to see them alive and they do not disappoint. I was in a room full of people who knew nothing about this band. They were ready to see Shai Hulud and Dead to Fall. When twelve tribes hit the stage they owned no question about it. End of story , I call it as I see it. Anyway if you really want to get into their music from the beginning listen to "as flowers to feathers and petals to wings","instruments" and "The Rebirth Tragedy". Twelve Tribes is one of many bands from Ohio that you should check out. The midwest will soon be taking over.
This release crushes their last effort! 25 octobre 2006
Par David Falzano - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I read somewhere before this album was released that this album was OK. OH PLEASE! This CD crushes 'Rebirth of Tragedy' in every way! Not only is the intensity on overdrive, but the melody is still there for that perfect blend of what a hardcore album should be! In a genre that's WAY TO OVERCROWDED, it isn't always easy to spot a hardcore band that delivers the goods & on this release Twelve Tribes continues to prove that they deserve to stand on top. I HIGHLY recommend this CD for any extreme hardcore fan.
Great Album 4 décembre 2006
Par J. Lee - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If you liked their previous material you'll love this

Pick it up!!
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Derivative hardcore from Ohio 25 février 2007
Par Murat Batmaz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Although Twelve Tribes call themselves a hardcore band, their sound vastly differs from those typical hardcore music we know. To their credit, this band certainly has more potential and diversity than most others. However, they seem to make little use of this potential, opting for the done-to-death, bland style of the genre, which includes lots of gutteral screams and growls mixed where a single guitar theme is placed underneath the vocals whilst the bass does nothing but follow that pattern till the end of the song.

That's a shame, however, considering the band's strength definitely lies in crafting diverse songs that are replete with heavy breakdowns and great rhythmic combinations. Out of all five members, it is only Shane Shook who's trying to break the mould, as he inserts some great raw yet rhythmically powerful fills throughout the whole album. Also, the guitarist is capable of so much more than is presented here. Rather than doing the same guitar run over and over again, he is at his creative best on the more laidback pieces, such as the primarily acoustic based "Monarch of Dreams", which recalls the finest moments of Isis and later day Cult of Luna. The acoustic walk of the melody is broken by dynamic drum and bass beats before everything calms down and is finalised on an eerie note. Likewise, the opening bass chords of "The Nine Year Tide" are sadly wasted when the band decide to turn it into yet another overdone hardcore number rather than developing it into a full-blown sludge cut. The guitar work of Kevin Schindel hints at his being a much better musician, so it's a real shame this band haven't made more use of his abilities. Although "Monarch of Dreams" is arguably the only piece that I like from start to finish (it's just 2 minutes though), there are good elements on other pieces, including the sombre guitar theme on the aforementioned "The Nine Year Tide", the rumbling bass of "History Versus the Pavement", and the clean-toned instrumentation on "Librium". The album's closing song is nearly nine minutes, divided into three sections, but some of the arrangements seem sorely lacking. They would have worked a lot better if they'd been linked with recurring melodic themes or been written with a stronger compositional vision.

I am unfamiliar with this band's previous work(s), so I have nothing to compare Midwest Pandemic with. That said, on its own, it feels like an album with undeniable potential wasted due to lack of direction. The resut is that the average hardcore fan may find them too diverse whilst fans of bands such as Void, Cult of Luna, and even Time of Orchids will find them too bland and uninspired.
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A solid release 18 octobre 2006
Par Rick - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Ferret Records are honestly on one hell of a roll and, if you look at their list of releases this year, have a ridiculously good crap to quality ratio. For every lackluster release, such as discs from Heavy Heavy Low Low and Remembering Never, there have been at least double the amount of good releases. Look at the high caliber releases from Misery Signals, Dead Hearts, Zao, and In Flames that have recently hit, and on top of that you can expect a new Chimaira effort early next year. With such gargantuan footsteps to follow in, Twelve Tribes had their work cut out for them. They may not have been able to live up to Mirrors or Come Clarity, but Midwest Pandemic is still as solid of a release as they come.

Building on the momentum gathered after releasing The Rebirth of Tragedy, Twelve Tribes puts forth a more mature and thicker form of metalcore this time around. All you Hot Topic kiddies be warned, there is nothing "scene" about this release, despite the metalcore tag. To start to describe the contents of Midwest Pandemic, imagine, if you will, Tear from the Red era Poison the Well. The song structures that were used on that effort were revolutionary for their time. Twelve Tribes, instead of following current trends of simple songs structures created solely around build ups to breakdowns, have hearkened back to the type of metalcore structuring used by early Poison the Well, but instead of simply copying the band, they've added dimensions all their own.

The thickness of Twelve Tribes' sound is the biggest differentiation present in regards to today's scene. Playing with older metalcore templates in place, a solidity of guitars, much akin to label mates Misery Signals, transforms something old into something fresh and new. In stark difference to the unending wall of noise that the aforementioned band is so ridiculously good at, Twelve Tribes safely (not "playing it safe", mind you) changes up tempos and is able to introduce passages of contemplative musical introspection. Yes, those three words were just used together in a sentence describing a band other than your post rock band du jour. It's a given that the songs here are not as complex as that, but in comparison to their peers (ie: It Dies Today or Four Letter Lie), it's definitely a valid description.

Rest assured, there are plenty of blisteringly heavy moments that are sure to get your adrenal glands leaking, most notably the opening 2 minute track, "National Amnesia", which is (if you believe it) merely a prelude to the bruising "Muzzle Order", which not only establishes the tone of the album and the ability of the band, but brings out some subtle early Deftones overtones. This influence will creep up throughout the album, usually in the vocals department during the rare melodic moment, and only adds to the potent fusion of modern and classic metal and metalcore sounds.

Before the disc is done, you'll have heard the past, the present, and even glimpsed at one potential future for the metalcore genre. "The Recovery (In Three Parts)" closes the album with a nearly 9 minute culmination of everything that Twelve Tribes brings to the table --- a progressive leaning, the ability to be barragingly heavy, and the smarts to know how to make a song work without resorting to common scene clichés. Ferret, you can put another checkmark in the win column.
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