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Inside the Machine

This Ending

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Album Review

Although This Ending's 2007 release, Inside the Machine, is their debut full-length, three of the group's five members have metal roots that stretch back to the early '90s, as they could be found growling, riffing, and bashing away in a group called A Canorous Quintet. Despite the name change and lineup juggle, Inside the Machine proves that the trio's new outfit is indeed a still-proud flyer of the extreme metal flag. Dark and brutal-sounding throughout, the album kicks off with one of the more interesting riffs to emerge from extreme metal in some time, "Seed of Destruction," before leading to further rapid fire metallic mayhem — "Pitch Black," "Armageddon," and especially "This Ending."

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Combining the unrelenting assault of death metal with a melodic edge and technical precision that only sharpen their impact, Sweden's This Ending released their first album in 2007, but the band's membership had been working together for over 15 years by that point. Percussionist Fredrik Andersson, singer Marten Hansen, and guitarist Linus Nirbrant joined forces to assemble an uncompromising metal band in 1991, and with the later addition of Jesper Lofgren on bass and Leo Pignon on guitar, the group...
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