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Through the Eyes of the Dead (Malice)
Through the Eyes of the Dead
Through the Eyes of the Dead (Malice)
Genres: Rock, Metal
 
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Considering the band enlisted the skills of Erik Rutan (ex-Morbid Angel, Hate Eternal) to record Malice, THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD?s progression into the territory of unabashed death metal with guitar-driven melody and ...  more »

      
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All Artists: Through the Eyes of the Dead
Title: Through the Eyes of the Dead (Malice)
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Prosthetic Records
Original Release Date: 1/1/2007
Re-Release Date: 8/21/2007
Genres: Rock, Metal
Style: Death Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 656191004626, 0646191004627, 646191004627, 064619100462

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Considering the band enlisted the skills of Erik Rutan (ex-Morbid Angel, Hate Eternal) to record Malice, THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD?s progression into the territory of unabashed death metal with guitar-driven melody and plenty of double bass, one could say the move was an aptly-timed shift into heavier waters. The follow-up to 2005?s Bloodlust, Malice builds upon the solid and dedicated fan base established while touring with Children of Bodom, God Forbid and on Sounds of the Underground 2006.

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CD Reviews

Unbelievably Intense, Heavy Technical Death Metal
Joel Israel | Cedar City, UT United States | 08/26/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)

"After hearing this band's last effort, "Bloodlust", I was left a bit underwhelmed. The band was obviously talented, but seemed to lack coherency and direction. A year or two later, and they return with the ferocious and unrelenting "Malice", and I stand corrected.

Through The Eyes Of The Dead are, for some reason, often lumped in with the "metalcore" scene, which isn't really accurate at all. You'll get no Killswitch/Underoath here. What you will get, however, is chops-heavy, super-technical and super-aggressive death metal with bizarre, convoluted riffing to spare and a crystal-clear, roof-raising production. The only criticism I could possibly level against this excellent disc is that the death vocals are at first a bit abrasive at times. Overall though, very satisfying, and a gigantic improvement over their previous full-length. Very heavy, very nihilistic. Recommended for fans of Suffocation, Job For A Cowboy, Decapitated, et al."
Killer Death Metal That Will Shred Your Head.
SpacegrassMan | Insane Land of Words & Music | 01/21/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

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This is one of those CD's that stays in your player a month after getting it in the mail. The first thing that blew me away about this CD was the drummer's double bass: this guy makes his double bass parts sound like fifty machine guns going off at the same time. The overall sound on this one is also five star material all the way. You can hear everything, the way it was meant to be. I don't care how many people say that bands that are more raw sounding are better. If you want to be able to hear everything going on then grab this. Goatwhore's, Haunting Curse, is another example of that. The vocals here can match intensity with all the other instruments. On Bloodlust these guys were finding their sound; on Malice they found it and it's kicking a** and taking names. If this isn't in your metal collection, you're missing out big time."
Suprisingly amazing..
David D. Nash | Owensboro, Ky United States | 08/21/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you enjoyed any of the older material, you'll certainly love "Malice" as well. After listening to the first few tracks, the record struck me as being death metal with a heavy groove to the sound. I wouldn't even call this "metalcore." The riffs and few "breakdowns" are more in tune with a death metal feel than most metalcore. The drumming is very double bass oriented, the vocals are provided courtesy of Nate (formerly of Premonitions of War) and production duties were handled by Erik Rutan (ex-Morbid Angel, Hate Eternal). Add these together and it makes for a crisp, killer album! Definitely shocked and suprised me to hear the difference and forward movement of this release compared to the last one. Just straight up heavy from the first track on.. I'm not much for reviews, but thats my opinion!
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