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Epic Black Metal!

I found these guys while looking for a different band of the same name, and personally, I think this band is the superior Eliminator. Never in my life have I ever heard anything heavier than the songs on Breaking The Wheel, and I have SiriusXM's Liquid Metal channel which I listen to from time to time, and these guys did it all without eccessively downtuning their guitars and yelling like constipated gorrillas; not that it's always a bad thing it's just not necessary. The album begins by trying to lull you to sleep with heavenly music, then when you least expect it, a loud scream signals the start of the thrashing. You to will probably begin chanting pain, torture, death, and doom at some point during World Obliteration. After that song is the title track, Breaking the Wheel, which turned out to be one of the album's heaviest and poppiest songs at the same time. Now to keep this review as short as possible I'm going to skip to the last song Prescription for Extinction... Time Enough at Last, which I can best describe as a rocket propelled rollercoaster ride that isn't afraid to turn off the thrusters once in a while to let you feel the breeze and watch the landscape. The rage, anguish, and destruction are felt best on this song; from the ripping intro, to the slow, soaring solo; to the expolsive, frantic solo; then finally the calm and peaceful outro, that puts the listener into the apocalyptic wasteland the album left behind. Thereby prooving that Metallica has no excuse to not write a song that starts fast and ends slow. This is THE album every true metal fan must listen to before they die.

Breaking the Wheel, Eliminator
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  • $6.93
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Aug 01, 2008
  • Parental Advisory

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