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Of all things, Inactive Messiah's greatest achievement as a heavy metal band may well be their laudable incorporation of space into the songs heard in this eponymous 2004 release — a rare example of accessible results in songcraft for a genre best known for instrumental and volume-based overkill. Accomplished drummer Catherine dictates the band's precision-based arrangements, which feature complementary, airtight riffs from guitarists Dimitris and Thanos, and a deathly gruff vocal performance by Mineiro that's noticeably clued into rap's attention to rhythmic intonation. Conversely, although a key songwriter and founding member, bassist Lefteris is mostly along for the ride here (as is frequently the case with heavy metal), and keyboardist Christos tends to make his presence known by his scarcity as much as his timely, often merely mood-enhancing contributions throughout — the synth beat-laden "Shut the F**k Up," being a notable exception. At times reminiscent of Cleansing-era Prong, this and additional album highlights such as "Building Your God" and "Blossom of Paranoia" deliver that vaunted sense of space with clever contrasts of dual guitar harmonies and shrieking harmonics, as well as distinctive and all-powerful grooves. Diversions from this successful template include, on the downside, the overly nu-metal atonal nuances of openers "T.C.D.D." and "Give Me All," and, on the upside, the melodic vocals employed on "Tell Me One Reason," and, finally, the gothic melodies and atmospherics contained in closers "Back to Life/Memories" and "Marble Smiling Face." All told, the above attributes make for an imminently approachable and seductive record, one that may greatly surprise initially cynical listeners with repeated plays.


Genre : Rock

Années d’activité : '00s

Greek heavy metal band Inactive Messiah was formed in 2001 by bassist Lefteris, drummer Catherine, and keyboardist Christos, whose first demo tape, "Womb of Maggots," actually reflected their name at the time. This was still the case for the following year's debut CD, Life Odium, which saw the arrival of guitarist Dimitris and vocalist Mineiro, and led to a broadening of creative perspective that ultimately necessitated the adoption of the less pigeonholing Inactive Messiah moniker. Live appearances...
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