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  • CD (14 décembre 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00004R8EB
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Cet album est une référence du métalcore... Je vous recommande vivement leur autres album tout aussi fabuleux. Un retour aux sources qui ne ferait pas de mal à certains puristes.
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Hardcore for the new millenium 19 avril 2003
Par Wheelchair Assassin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I don't listen to much hardcore. While I have a certain respect for what bands like Hatebreed and Sick Of It All do, I think they too often just go charging forward and forget about things like writing interesting and memorable songs. So when it comes to hardcore, most of the time I'd rather listen to metal. Poison The Well, however, is different, and I mean that in the best possible way.
From the opener "12-23-93" all the way to the concluding "My Mirror No Longer Reflects," "Opposite of December" evinces nothing less than top-notch crafstmanship. Melody, complexity, heaviness, and raw emotion are all thrown into a blender here, and the result is some of the most insanely addictive and memorable stuff you could ever hope to hear. Poison The Well use hardcore as a jumping-off point, but elements of melodic metal and even progressive rock can also be heard. Like almost any great band, Poison The Well transcend the limits of any one genre. This is just great stuff, period.
The music has a lurching, spasmodic quality, like the very fabric of the Earth is being torn apart. The aggression and breakdowns associated with hardcore are here, but the precision of the playing and irregularity of the time signatures are more reminiscent of math metal bands like Meshuggah and the Dillinger Escape Plan. Of course, those are two of my favorite bands, so that's definitely a good thing. The guitar work of Derek Miller and Jose Martinez is especially impressive. Their riffs pack all the punch that you'd expect from any decent hardcore band, but they also carry an impressive sense of melody. Poison The Well isn't a band that has two guitarists for no apparent reason: the interplay and dynamics these guys create is stunning. They even throw in a few acoustic interludes here and there, providing a nice contrast from all the heaviness. Very impressive. Jeffrey Moreira, for his part, is one of the best hardcore vocalists I've ever heard, maybe THE best. I'm not normally a huge fan of hardcore vocals, but he's so good I'm willing to make an exception. At the risk of overdoing the anatomical references, he screams from way down in his gut, giving his voice a chilling sound that you can really feel in your bones. The rhythm section is a huge plus as well, as they possess all the skill needed to play stuff this intricate and unpredictable.
Normally I try to comment on individual songs, but every track on here exemplifies the characteristics I've described above. If you like one song here, you'll probably like them all, but "Opposite of December" still manages to avoid the feeling of sameness that pervades many otherwise excellent hardcore albums. If you consider yourself a fan of interesting heavy music, this album and its followup "Tear from the Red" (but especially this one) are musts.
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Heavy, energetic and emotional. 31 mars 2003
Par General Zombie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I will not mince words. This album rocks, flat-out. Rocks hard. If you enjoy rocking, get it. That's really all that needs to be said. Still, I'm gonna go on and on for a while.
This album combines the best elements of hardcore and metal with plenty of melody. It's complex and quite heavy like a metal cd, but adds a stronger emotional element and increased rawness. At it high points, this is some of the most emotionally intense music I've ever heard, particularly on the first 2 tracks and the end of the 8th track. PTW knows better than perhaps any band I can think of understand how to convey emotions with their instruments beyond sheer rage. The songs are quite concise, 3 minutes long on average, but they aren't your simply, 3-chord punk affairs by any means. There is nary a conventional song structure to be found here, with plenty of tempo and mood changes in every track. The vocals are well done, mainly consisting of pained howls with some low-key, occasionally near spoken word "clean" vocal sections. The drumming is powerful as well, with prominent placement in the mix and lots of double bass work.
All 9 tracks stand-out. 12/23/93 is one of the best, with some heart-wrenching, tragic lyrics(seems to be about a friends suicide?) and an immensely powerful final 1/3, beginning with a very brief but very affecting clean vox section finally degenerating into inhuman howling and shrieking guitar lines. Simply outstanding. A Wish For Wings That Work is next, and perhaps the single best track on the album, with more strong lyrics.(once again, about suicide) It has a great, subdued clean-guitar section with haunting spoken vox.(Forever is such an unpleasant word/It begins to eat at you, from the inside out/Beg for Sleep, as this noose is tied/around, around, your neck. Creepy.) It gets even better, as this part if followed by pounded power-chord riffing overlayed with a second, disparate and squealing guitar part topped off by anguished howling. More great stuff. Slice Paper Wrists is the next real standout, opening with a raging, classic punk roar eventually dying down to a whisper, than returning with a vengeance. To Mandate Heaven is brilliant as well, with a good selection of riffs and a beautiful last movement. The really outstanding moment from the album comes in the 8th track, Midair Love Message. The final section with the raging and melodic guitars and the distant, sorrowful vocals overlaid by a bit of howling will give you chills, provided you have a soul.
I've said enough. Just get it, and get Tear From the Red too. It's not as good, but better than lots of the people here would have you believe.
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Up To Expectations 3 juin 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Wow is all I can say about this cd. A friend recently turned me onto this awesome hardcore group and I've loved them ever since. I love most kinds of music, but hardcore, especially Poison the Well, is the best! EVERYONE NEEDS THIS CD!...If you're just not into hardcore, you can at least appreciate their lyrical talents. I love Slice Paper Wrists, A Wish For Wings That Work, Artists Rendering Of Me, as well as My Mirror No Longer Reflects. And their songs just aren't all screaming, there's emotion and well, it's just indescrible. I don't think you can get this kind of beauty and maturity from any other group, especially if you spend your time listening to songs that the artists don't even write themselves. That's not music. PTW makes music, and damn good music at that. This genre isn't- well, to be blunt- isn't respected as much, and that's everyone else's problem. Just because you like hardcore doesn't mean your in a gang and plotting to kill somebody tonight. So don't think that buying this cd means your conformed to some stereotype. I love PTW and their music, and at least sample the songs if you're still not sure whether to get the cd or not. I hope my review helped you! :)
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If I like it... 15 janvier 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
First off, I'm not the biggest fan of hardcore music. Just not my main type of music I like to listen to. But this CD, and this band... how can you not like it? Any fan of heavy music should worship this CD. I'll admit, this is the only hardcore CD I own, but it's just simply amazing. There's great screaming, good lyrics, an amazing drummer, and brutal guitars. The thing that turns me off from most hardcore bands are the vocals - too much screaming, or incoherant screaming. Poison the Well include a lot of beatiful singing in their songs, and the contrast is is quite good. When they are screaming, it's intelligible and really conveys the power of the song. Check out 12/23/93, Slice Paper Wrists, Nerdy, and To Mandate Heaven to see what I'm talking about. Maybe they'll convert you too.
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for those new to the emocore thing 1 février 2004
Par Keith A. Wellman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Hell yes you should get this. If you even made this far just get over yourself and get a copy. The only hangup a diverse metal fan could have is over the vocals. This the first band that had that sort of nonhuman sounding scream that I truly liked. Its just as legitimate a style of singing as any really. I actually like the fact that he isn't necessarily angry when he screams on this album. So get this and look into Killswitch and In Flames if you're new to the less palatable than Pantera/Slayer scream.
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