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  • CD (21 mai 2007)
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  • Label: Nuclear Blast Records
  • ASIN : B0001BPR4C
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THE ARRIVAL

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En allant sur le site officiel du groupe, on se rend compte qu'Hypocrisy ont sorti 16 albums, live et EPs en 12 années d'existence... pas mal tout de même, d'autant plus que le groupe ne semble toujours pas en manque d'inspiration, en témoigne ce « The arrival », excellente surprise pour un néophyte en la matière comme moi. Explications. Lorsque l'on me parle de death, j'ai souvent tendance à faire un pas en arrière pour m'en tenir à l'écart et pourtant, grande aurait été mon erreur de ne pas jeter une oreille à ce « The arrival ». Relativement mid-tempo dans son ensemble, la musique que propose le trio Suédois se veut toujours mélodique et dans son ensemble relativement originale et accessible. Lorsque l'on parle de mélodies dans le cas d'Hypocrisy, il ne s'agit pas d'envolées lyriques en voix claire mais de hurlements en voix black qui mis bout à bout forment d'étranges ritournelles souvent extrêmement accrocheuses. La force de cet album réside donc dans cette habileté qu'il a de conjuguer pesanteur des riffs et mélodies constantes, sans pour autant à un seul moment s'éloigner de la musique rugueuse et racée dont raffole les amateurs du style. Comme à son habitude, le chanteur/guitariste du groupe, Peter Tägtgren, également chanteur de Pain, son projet rock-dance-metal qui n'avait guère brillé en première partie d'In Flames en 2002, et accessoirement producteur de Dimmu Borgir, Immortal, Dark Funeral and co. a tenu à produire le disque.Lire la suite ›
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Hypocrisy de retour avec un nouvel album qui reprend le concept des extra-terrestres cher au leader. Connaissant tous les albums précédents de la discographie du groupe j'ai été un peu surpris aux premières écoutes de "The Arrival". On y retrouve tout ce que sait faire le groupe, du death,black,doom, de la mélodie et de l'aggressivité, en gros rien de nouveau. Bien que parfois bourrin la mélodie est très presente et il y a une forte volonté de composer ici des "chansons", à tel point que par certains moments ça lorgne vraiment du coté d'in flames et de la scene death melodique suedoise. Un peu de mal à m'habituer à certains refrains un peu catchy au début, mais au final cet album se revele etre de très bonne facture et dans la continuation logique du groupe, à la fois fidèle à ses racines et à son évolution mélodique. Une fois les refrains et rythmiques rentrés dans le crane, cet album s'avère etre imparable, un peu comme des parasites prenant possession de notre cerveau pour ne plus nous lacher...
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Pete Tadgren, a une nouvelle fois, pondu un album, de qualité, plus mature que les précédents, musique carré et riffs d'acier, tous cela pour nos oreilles. Envoyez vous "The abyss", avec sa lourdeur, dans la face, vous comprendrez, ce que tecnique, veut dire... La collaboration de Dan Swano; y es pour beaucoup, des textes intéressants, et des solos étourdissants.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent 15 décembre 2010
Par skuggor - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I received the product very quickly and in great shape qith no scratches at all. I would buy from these guys at any time.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 "The Arrival"...of another solid Hypocrisy album 10 juillet 2013
Par A. Stutheit - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The ninth full-length release from Swedish melodic/blackened death metal titans Hypocrisy finds the band exploring familiar-sounding territory. They leaven Euro death metal with significant, solid melodies, ample variety, and infectious hooks. And their songs vary widely in terms of tempos, too, as they range from mid-tempo to plodding to downright blistering thrash territory. But hey, there's nothing to dislike about any of that, now is there? So, think of 2004's "The Arrival" simply as an album that delivers more of the good stuff.

Opener "Born Dead Buried Alive" begins with an ambient little intro before abruptly switching gears and adopting machine-gun fast chugging which interlocks perfectly with thundering drums, thus creating a fiery piece of European thrash with blackened and deathly tinges (including some Cradle Of Filth-style symphonic accents). But no matter how brutal this song gets, it does remain restrained and in control throughout, even going so far as to filter in some light techno-industrial knick-knacks, including a Ministry-esque robotic drum beat near its end. And this number is further highlighted by some good melodies and a catchy chorus, too. "Eraser" follows this up as a slow but steady, and thunderously heavy beating. This melancholy song abides by a slow, plodding, and doomy pace, although it does retain some heaviness which comes in the form of brutal black metal shrieks and muscle-bound rhythms. The track is then completed by some well-placed keyboard flourishes, a tasty melodic guitar solo, and even a melodic, humming bass solo, as well.

But immediately following that, it is right back to the fast side of the line, as "Stillborn" is a thrashy and up-tempo tushee-kicker with fiery, punching riffs and deft double bass drumming. And the inclusion of some strong vocal hooks (including a memorable chorus) makes this a very moshable song, too. And then, following "Slave To The Parasites" (a slowly creeping song with another catchy chorus and some nice synth accents that perfectly compliment its use of In Flames-y dual-guitar harmonies), comes "New World," which is hands down the record's most brutal piece. An almost crushing energy fills this track, as do heavy, pounding, hoof-galloping thrash beats, hefty guitar hooks, and blistering double bass slamming. And add a memorable vocal arrangement to the mix and the end result is not only the heaviest song to be found here, but another very catchy one, at that.

The track's successor, "The Abyss," opts for a chilling ambiance and depressing, murky overall vibe reminiscent of Opeth and latter-day Celtic Frost. But then it's right back to brutal territory, as "Dead Sky Dawning" is a bullying, dense, and energetic thrasher akin to The Haunted. But even though this song rocks mightily hard, and features some solid guitar/bass harmonies, it is the tune's catchy and epic-sounding choruses that stand out the most. "The Departure," however, is another slow, atmospheric, and well-assembled mood-enhancer complete with symphonic black metal-derived melodies anchored by a swift but good use of ripping double bass drumming. And finally, "War Within" begins with some cool and creepy, almost symphonic-sounding melodic vocals before becoming an aggressive chunk-o-rama with pounding, lurching riffs and bullying rhythms. And all of this brutality is only occasionally offset by some Dimmu Borgir-worthy keyboard flourishes. And the vocals in this song are so monstrous and brutal that they in fact evoke latter-day Arch Enemy.

If you are looking for the quintessential Hypocrisy album, do not start with "The Arrival" (newcomers would be better off picking up "Catch 22" and/or "Virus," first.) But that should in no way imply to you that this is anything but a rock-solid melodic/blackened death metal record, and another worthy inclusion in the band's discography. And even though "The Arrival" is not Hypocrisy's most groundbreaking effort, it is another strong album.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 AMAZING METAL FOR OPEN EARS 11 décembre 2005
Par SOUNDWAVE - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album has some very strong points. I'll give a brief song description below:

1. BORN DEAD BURIED ALIVE - Excellent intro, quite alien spooky sounding, giving the listener the urge to keep listening on, then some amazing vocal use for an intro and then..."uuuw" comes in the vocals and a furious, ripping, pounding and utterly chaotic sound at mid/fast speed. Amazing intro track with great instrument and vocal use. 5/5

2. ERASER - Starts with a creepy yet mellow bass solo, then the guitars and drums come in, and then the vocals. This is a pretty good song and has a very melancholic guitar riff which holds the song together nicely. Slow paced, but suited. 4.5/5

3. STILLBORN - Starts off with a rhythm guitar solo. This track has a certain type of energy that just drives like a locomotive. Excellent screams. 4.5/5

4. SLAVE TO THE PARASITES - A mid/slow paced song that gets very emotionally distressed as the song progresses. One of my favourite tracks. Very interesting subject matter and I enjoy listening to this song when I'm angry. Melancholic guitars rule this almost suicidal song. The best vocal use on entire album. 5/5

5. NEW WORLD - Ok intro, but once the pounding double-kick bass drums come in you'll be hooked. This is my favourite song on the CD. It has a hard-driving energy chorus which is so perfect in my perception that I wish Hypocrisy would make more songs with powerful sounding choruses. Everything is as it should be on this track. 6/5

6. THE ABYSS - Feels like it belongs on 'The Fourth Dimension' for some reason, but this is an excellent song and a nice flashback to the style used on 'The Fourth Dimension'. Nice complex drumming patterns and chants to suit a slow paced melody. 5/5

7. DEAD SKY DAWNING - Starts with some heavy guitars and drum beats...and then the most amazing vocal intro to any song I've ever heard. WOW...Hypocrisy have really become a powerful band able to depress and anger anyone who listens to this track (not in a bad way, just a mix of emotions that works so well). Makes you think about what the world will become. This is another favourite. 6/5

8. THE DEPARTURE - Nice intro, severe screaming...this song would have been an amazing last track, but it is still excellent as second last track. Hypocrisy's maturity is most present in this song. Absolutely amazing vocals/lyrics/music. Another favourite without a doubt. 6/5

9. WAR WITHIN - Starts with a very black metal style intro which soon transforms into a heavy chuncky sound, and keeps changing back and forth through the whole song. Vocals are spot on. An excellent last track that lifts your spirit a bit after hearing the melancholic 'The Departure'. Nice finish.

The thing I really like about this album is that there are a few outstanding tracks which brings interest and climax to the album as a whole, and those few outstanding tracks will almost never bore, no matter how many times you hear them.

A must have for all HYPOCRISY fans and anyone who is currently listening to black/death metal, actually chances are that this album will appeal to most metal fans who are after a diverse and wierd yet known subject matter...mostly about humanity and how we are heading towards a dead world. I can't get enough of the subject and I'm glad their next album 'Virus' runs on very similar subject matter and more.

I would like to thank HYPOCRISY for producing some of the most innovative metal available today. Please keep at it strong, and never give in to trend or fan expectations. Follow your hearts and minds.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Aliens + Melodic Death Metal = MUST BUY! 13 juin 2008
Par James Hall - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I bought this CD over 4 years ago and it STILL spins in my various CD players and MP3 devices. This album is one of my top 10 albums of all time. No joke. Border-line black/death metal band making an album about alien abduction?! Hell yes, sign/beam me up.

"The Arrival" and Hypocrisy in general are a band that I think you would have to have an open mind to listen to. They're not a "typical" metal band by any means so for those that seek expansion of their collections, this would make a great addition.

The tracks are catchy as hell. The two tracks that get stuck in my head most often would be "Slave to the Parasites" and "Dead Sky Dawning", though all of the tracks have that ability. I love the guitar work on this album. It's how a band is supposed to do simplicity with technical ability. Lyrics? F**king awesome! Just listen to "Stillborn" or "The Departure" and you'll see what I'm talking about. It's very unique. You will find yourself playing this CD a good bit. You will also find that your head tends to move to and fro quite often with extreme velocity at high volume. This is a side-effect of Metallius Badassery - a condition not too many bands inflict on their listeners.

In all seriousness, though, this is a great album for people who love melodic death metal with a slightly altered black metal vocalist. The sound engineering is done very well on this album, too, but not to the extent of a Pro Tools perfectionist album - another credit to the genius of Peter Tagtgren. The vocals sound amazing with deep, gutteral growls and raking high ends. As I said before, the guitar work is fantastic and does just what it's supposed to do for an album like this - help convey the theme. The same can be said about the drum work - spot on with interesting yet simplistic fills and double-bass goodness. With that said, this band doesn't demand that you take them too seriously or require you to break apart their "hidden meanings", though, they can be found for the intuitive listener. Peter Tagtgren doesn't sugar coat anything. It's all right there for you to hear. Aliens will abduct, probe, take control and kill all of us in the end.

In conclusion: Aliens + Melodic Death Metal = MUST BUY!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Hypocrisy of old. Fine form indeed. 21 mai 2006
Par Ben Stubbs - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Many bands seem to get a bit bored after years of playing the same style. Some of these bands chuck in the towel and call it quits. Others make a genuine attempt to do something different. This is not always successful, especially when a band chooses a new direction that leaves their well-earned fans feeling disillusioned and frustrated. I think Hypocrisy was very close to crossing this boundary with 2002's "Catch 22". Personally, I didn't find it too bad, but it definitely had a nu-metal feel to it that just didn't sit well with the hordes of death metal fans that have followed Hypocrisy since the early 90s.

So, what's "The Arrival" got to offer? The answer is, Hypocrisy have gone back to what they do best. This album is completely in the vein of "The Final Chapter" and "Hypocrisy" and is sure to make the previously disgruntled fans happy little campers.
For the uninitiated, Hypocrisy play death metal, but they have a rather distinctive sound. Most of their albums are a mix of slower melodic tracks and pedal to the metal more standard death metal tracks. It's the slower tracks that have always got my attention, but I'm glad the band chooses to mix things up. As they say, variety is the spice of life.

"The Arrival" is all by the books Hypocrisy. The science fiction theme runs through the album's lyrics and artwork once again, and the vocals constantly switch between a scream and a growl. Anyone who thought Peter's vocals were getting too soft will be sufficiently impressed (even more-so if you get the latest Bloodbath album).

"Erased" is a superb track that's up there with the bands best work, but there really aren't any filler tracks here. The production is great, as if we'd expect anything less when Peter Tagtgren is involved, and the music is catchy enough to demand repeat listens.

Overall, I've been pleasantly surprised by "The Arrival", as I thought the band's better years were behind them. Hypocrisy has shown that there's a lot of life left in this legendary Swedish act yet.
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