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unbelievable

I was excited and anticipating this album for some time. And let me tell you it does not disapoint. The best I have ever heard from Arsis. The usual insane drums and I still cant figure out how he manages to play lead and sing. all in all this is mandatory for anyone who likes metal. If you dont, then why are you reading this?

Crazy

Brutal, Fast, Melodic, Catchy, shredtacular, mindblowing. These are all words i use to describe this album.

So far, So good

I appreciated "A Celebration of Guilt", but "United in Regret" left me cold. "We are the Nightmare" is by far there best album and I need to add that it is a great album. Great mix of melodic death and technical death, a must have for metalheads.

Biography

Formed: 2000

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Formed in 2000 by a violinist and a double bassist, Virginia-based death and thrash metal outfit Arsis — a musical term that relates to the original concept of "arsis and thesis," meaning up and down beats, to be more exact — got their start in Boston by Berklee College of Music students and friends James Malone (the violinist) and Michael Van Dyne, arguably more as a time filler rather than a serious project. With Van Dyne taking up drumming duties (he'd spent time studying drum performance)...
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