Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Dreams of the Carrion Kind
Genres: Rock, Metal
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Perfect death metal
J. Holmes | yokohama, japan | 10/01/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"death metal will always be a genre with limited appeal. there's really no musical hooks to speak of, the vocals are inhuman, and melody is not even an issue. the emphasis is on speed, brutality, and technical playing ability; not too mention some silly gore here and there. when death metal started to really take off, bands like Obituary and Cannibal Corpse gained vast amounts of popularity and inspired thousands of less talented fools to start their own bands. resulting in a vast sea of tasteless and unessesary albums of uninspred tepid trash. but out of the clueless thousands, a few bands rose to the top of the pile. Disincarnate is a great example of an exceptional death metal band; one who can write some really great and powerful songs and inject them with their own unique and distinctive atmosphere. the technical ability of these players is without question, the songs on Dreams Of The Carrion Kind are varied and feature lots of mood shifts and tempo changes, and the lyrics are pretty good too! i'm not sure how popular Disincarnate was when they first came out, but i have a feeling that this classic slice of death metal slipped through the cracks and deserves to be heard. i don't think it will change the mind of any music fan who doesn't already like this kind of music, but it will satisfy any cravings for brutal and thoughtful death metal."
Disincarnate : "Dreams Of The Carrion Kind"
Masked Jackal | Ft. Lauderdale, FL United States | 04/15/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
This is excellent old-school Death Metal. Nothing really groundbreaking, but if you enjoy bands like Obituary / Death / Malevolent Creation / Massacre / Cancer / Carnage / or any old-school Death Metal for that matter, you will enjoy this....
J. Murphy has become one of Death Metal's pioneers, and his message here on "Dreams Of The Carrion Kind" is clear. Death Metal is here to stay...