Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Embrace the Eternal
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal, Christian
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Metal-core to the bone
El Kabong | 03/16/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
""Embrace the Eternal" excellent example of the musical combonation of metal and hard-core. The over-all recording is exquisite. In your face 7-strings and very clear and double bass kicks are all over the place. This album may not appeal 100% to the "old shcool" metal fans who are used to razor sharp guitar solos and death growl vocals. The lyrics have deep Christian over tones. Regardless of your religious affiliation, this album would fit nicley into any hard music listener's collection. I think you'll agree. El Kabong gives it four head bangs."
The best cd in existance!
email@example.com | mineral wells texas | 05/03/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"in all my life i have never heard a cd as powerful as this one.the music has an insane melody to it.reason being is because of andrews guitar playing.it is extermly hard and yet retains a neat little rhythm.and the vocals are the best ive ever heard.kris(vocalist)has an interesting voice he can scream deep,high,medium and even whispers.but the reason the album is a winnerwith me is because of the lyrics the are filled with praise and worship to our saviour jesus christ they are deep and poetic.it ranges from praise,worship,to the struggle with sin in our lives.this album in my oppinion is for christians and non-christians.not because it sounds so cool and rocks insanely,but because it can help those who are non-christian come to know a personal relation ship with god AN ABSOLOUTE MUST BUY!!!!!"
Metal dj reviews christian metal/hardcore
firstname.lastname@example.org | 04/16/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"as a dj for the top metal/hardcore radio station in the state of illinois, i come across many diverse and interesting bands. sometimes it takes me a few listens to respect and/or like a band. embodyment blew me away the first time that i put it on. these guys know what they are doing. tight, tight rhythms, percussion and vocals power along with enough force to satisfy any metal head, while wonderful hardcore dance parts are thrown in, making the listener confused (in a very good way)whether to headbang or to hardcore slamdance. my only fault with these guys is the heavy carcass influence that they carry with them. the vocals, the guitars, and the artwork all seem like watered down carcass material. but dont' get me wrong...they aren't a rip off band by any means, but a new and diverse power in the heavy music scene. buy this album!!!"