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  • CD (26 mars 2013)
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Par Baby le 16 juin 2014
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L'album tourne en boucle depuis que je l'ai. Un nouveau groupe bien sympathique. J'aime bien leur façon de jouer avec les 3 voix ça change et c'est agréable.
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26 internautes sur 28 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Solid follow-up 26 mars 2013
Par K. McGinn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Amaranthe burst onto the metal scene with their self-titled debut in 2011. What drew me to the band then was the melodic death metal talent that had been recruited into one band: Morten Lowe Sorensen (Mercenary, et al) on drums, harsh vocals from Andy Solvestrom (Within Y, Cipher System), Olof Morck (Nightrage) on guitar, and Johan Andreassen (Engel) on bass. For those unfamiliar with the band, you will find only passing reference to any of those mentioned bands in Amaranthe's sound. My best description of the band is to take the music from the Mega Man video game series, combine it with newer In Flames or Sonic Syndicate riffs and blend in pop sensibility with soaring female vocals.

Their debut album worked because it was FUN. Rediculously uptempo and fast-paced with choruses that embedded themselves in your brain for days, it was perfect summer music when I wanted a break from some of the more intricate and intense "METAL" discs I was spinning at the time. Elize Ryd's vocals were clearly the centerpiece of the album, with Jake E and Andy throwing their two cents in to diversify things and her poppy yet powerful vocals perfectly suited the band's sound. Don't get me wrong, Jake E and Andy weren't 'throwaway' vocalists (a la Lacuna Coil) that got in the way, as the three harmonized quite well and Andy's contribution kept it grounded enough in the metal realm that I didn't feel the need to label my enjoyment of the band as a 'guilty pleasure'.

So after enjoying some moderate success (by metal standards at least), what has changed with Amaranthe's sophomore release? Not much to be honest, as they have carved out their sound and know what they want to do with it, so the only thing left is to play to their strengths and crank everything up to 11. The choruses are catchier, the tempos are more upbeat and groovy, the vocalists are more front-and-center, the keys are more Mega Man-ish, and the metal parts seem a little more vicious (to a certain extent). This is obvious from the second the disc opens with "Afterlife". If you missed the band's first single "The Nexus", it's also a pretty good representation of what you can expect to find here. Elize's vocals are again the showcase, and she can easily shame most commercially successful female vocalists with her charisma and charm. The guitar riffing is here, but most of it feels like background and is relatively simplistic considering the talent involved but they do pull out a fancy little solo every once in a while for good measure. On the heavier side of things (I know, I know, it's not that heavy), you can check out "Electroheart" or "Razorblade" in addition to the already mentiond opener. And for those looking for this album's "Amaranthine", "Burn With Me" should do the trick.

Bottom line here: If you enjoyed their first disc, The Nexus gives you more of what you are looking for. If you didn't like the band before, this one isn't going to win you over either.
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4.5 stars - Resistance is Futile! 26 mars 2013
Par Justin G. - Publié sur Amazon.com
I don't really believe in "guilty pleasures" when it comes to music, but if anything qualifies in that category, for me it has to be Swedish band Amaranthe. When it comes to metal with female vocals, I prefer Doro and Benedictum to Delain or Epica. I had written off Amaranthe as the ABBA of pop metal, but after catching their live show (at last year's ProgPower USA festival), I came out a believer. Yes, they're poppy, but the musicianship is extremely tight, having three distinct vocalists adds an extra dimension to their sound, and they're just too darned catchy and fun to resist.

The Nexus is Amaranthe's second album, and to be honest, it sounds just like their debut. I suppose if you're looking for growth and progression, that may be a negative, but I'm going with "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" here. Besides, if I want progression I'll buy an Opeth album. You get a dozen new songs here, all between 3-4 minutes long, and they're all ridiculously catchy and melodic. I love the way the surprisingly heavy rhythms (straight from the melodic death metal playbook) play off the almost dance-pop synths (see, for example: "Electroheart"), and of course the balance between harsh, hardcore male vocals, clean male vocals and poppy female vocals. Elize Ryd could teach today's pop starlets a thing or two, and her charisma (and yes, the fact that she's so easy on the eyes) is a big part of Amaranthe's appeal.

The whole album is very strong, but there are a few standout tracks on The Nexus, namely "Mechanical Illusion," "Burn With Me," "Infinity" and above all the title track, which is the album's first single and video (and holy high production values, what a video!) and is guaranteed to get lodged in your head for days, if not weeks.

If you liked the Amaranthe debut, you're going to love The Nexus. If you're unfamiliar with the band, but enjoy bands like Delain, Within Temptation and Epica, this album ought to make you an Amaranthe fan. With any luck, this will be the album that really puts the band on the map here in the US. Hopefully they'll get back to the US for a proper tour to support the album.

Edition Notes: There are a few different versions of The Nexus available. The digipack version features an acoustic version of "Afterlife" as a bonus track, while the Japanese once again get the best version, with two acoustic bonus tracks ("Burn With Me" and "Hunger") and a bonus DVD. The acoustic tracks are interesting enough, but probably aren't enough to justify the import price tag unless you're an Amaranthe superfan.
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Good but tiring 30 décembre 2013
Par mountain - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I enjoy listening to the music and it's a nice "change" to have heavy metal in a major chord progression, but it gets old after listening to it once or twice in a row. The songs are too similar for me; there's not enough variety to keep my interest in the album for an extended length of time, and I find myself switching away from this CD before it's done quite often. That said, the album is still fresh because the band is a unique act combining three vocalists of very different styles. I would recommend it to people who enjoy fast-paced metal music like Dragonforce, Children of Bodom or InFlames. Personally, I have to be in the "right mood" for this kind of music though.
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Great sound and a solid album from a rising new star . . . 30 juillet 2013
Par Pat - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is a great band with a promising future. I love how they fuse metal with a pop sensibility. I have a few complaints despite how enjoyable they are. First of all, I wish we could hear more from Jake E on the album/overall. He has an awesome voice, and in many songs, I feel like the missing piece is not hearing his vocals. He is awesome in Dreamland. I feel he is one of the most underrated metal singers out there. Elize has a beautiful voice, but I feel there should be more duet parts with Jake. Andreas' aggressive vocals are clutch; however, they should NOT be used on ballads. It just doesn't match. The album overall is good (3 1/2 stars), but there is a bit too much redundancy as many songs/melodies sound too similar to each other. I feel like once the band is able to find a greater balance of what I had mentioned previously in this review, we'll have one of the greatest bands in this sub-genre out there. :)
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Heavy has Never been This Catchy! 10 août 2014
Par Music 101 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Sweden has so much to offer in metal; from newcomers like The Unguided, to legends like In Flames and HammerFall, to music masters like Evergrey, Sweden is a great country to form a band in. This band follows suit. Amaranthe have a fairly unique concept that works to my ears; combining the heaviness of metal with the catchiness of pop. Some of this stuff could and very well should replace the crap on American radios!

The Music:

1. Afterlife- This energetic rocker opens up the album with some catchy synths and then the 3 vocalists of the band serenade us. I like the catchiness and how well it works! It's still heavy enough to bang my head along to, but it's also neutral enough to blast at a party. The growls are kept to a minimum and I'm ok with that because I honestly am not on board with even having growled parts in this band's music. But it works in some songs, just not this one. I do like this song quite a bit though and the solo is quite tasty for being as short as it is. Awesome energy!!!

2. Invincible- This song is even catchier than the opener, even more energetic, and it even has a cooler sounding groove! The double bass drumming is very well executed and the riffage is great! This song is one I could definitely see on the radio. The screams work like spoken parts on the radio songs. The solo would definitely replace raps, and this just would be great on the radio and makes me crave a world with this kind of stuff on the radio!!! Great song!!!

3. The Nexus- This song is darker in the intro alone and has a cool groove in the verse. This one is more conductive to head banging. This one is definitely a great choice for a single! I love the groove this one has and this one is constantly in my head! The solo is VERY good! Awesome song!

4. Theory of Everything- Back to the faster paced stuff, this one has a heavier groove and then opens up to be catchy in the verse alone! This one is a feel-good kind of tune that I could put on at a party and not get any hate from the non-metal heads even with the growling content! I like this song quite a bit! This one is danceable and still retains the metal elements of riffage and heaviness! GREAT!!!

5. Stardust- More cool riffage! This one has a softer opening to the verse and then intensifies with the growling vocals and then the catchy chorus comes in with Elize's vocals! I love her voice, especially on this song! The male vocalists are good too, but Elize is definitely the best of the 3. Another solid pop-headbanger! Awesome!

6. Burn With Me- A nice change of pace with a slower, more atmospheric ballad! This one still retains some chugging riffs underneath the atmospheric keys and vocals, but it is truly a beautiful song! I really like it! This is probably one of the album's strongest songs! This one could definitely go on the radio! Give all the pop artists a run for their money!

7. Mechanical Illusion- This song continues in the melancholic/epic feel of the previous track, but is definitely much more in-your-face. I also quite enjoy this song as well! Very well written music for it! The lyrics on the whole album are power metal kind of lyrics, but not bad. But the music I enjoy very much. This song keeps me interested especially because it changes feels a little through the different parts of the song. Sweetness!

8. Razorblade- Here's where I begin to loose interest when I listen to the whole album. This song, while catchy, just doesn't have anything that appealing about it when compared to the other songs (definitely a formula followed through the album), but this one just doesn't do anything; there isn't any super cool melody or addicting riff in this one.

9. Future on Hold- This one brings back the catchy riffing that had been present on the album until the previous track. This song has a much more epic feel as well and the vocals in this one are especially great! The riffing is super addictive and I could jam out to this one pretty often! The vocalist rotations on this one are very effective! Great song!!!

10. Electroheart- I definitely think this is the weakest song on the album. While it can definitely punch Brittany Spears' so called "music" in the face, this one doesn't live up to the other songs on the album. The formula just kills this song because there, again, aren't any addictive melodies or riffs in this one.

11. Transhuman- While I highly appreciate that this song is in a triplet feel, this song just doesn't offer any riffs or super catchy melodies. I really do appreciate that they tried something different with the triplet feel, but I just don't find anything else really worthwhile about this song.

12. Infinity- This is a very strong song because it has some softer sections, some heavier sections, and it just has a very good flow to it! I love the chorus, I love the feel of it, and I highly enjoy Elize's vocals on this one. This song also sports multiple golden solos on top of already being pretty dang good! Awesome song! GREAT CLOSER!

Verdict- If you are either a electronica/pop fan looking to get into some heavier music, buy this! If you are a fan of metal who is curious about electronic music, buy this, an album from The Unguided, or Epsilon by Blood Stain Child. If you like The Unguided, this band used electronic elements in a similar fashion, but this band tries to balance being heavy and appealing to pop fans while The Unguided is a Melodic Death band that flirts with electronica. But even if none of this criteria applies to you, this is still just a fun album to jam out to and it's worth every penny! It gets 4 stars for having a repetitive formula that kills a few songs in the middle of the album. Even still, it's worth the money!

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