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Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes

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4.6 out of 5
14 Ratings
14 Ratings
Creator0203

YES PLEASE!

Sounding great from the tease samples. Hope there’s a lot of deep growling and rippin riffs behind it. Already made sure The Record Exchange will have one waiting for me!
Thanks guys!

Uber rpg

Thy never cease to amaze me!!

I’ve been listening to these guys sense the beginning and this album is incredible? It will not disappoint

Metal_Panda2787

Amazing

The Album is Really Great. Love it a lot. Best one they've done since "I am Nemesis" Very pleased with this Amazing Metal Album. "This is War" is Phenomenal along with "Incomplete," "Set me Free," "My Madness" Etc. Elements is by far one of their Top 2 Best Albums!

About Caliban

German deathcore band Caliban was formed in 1997, and signed almost immediately with Lifeforce Records, which released their eponymous EP the very next year. A hard-working bunch, the band then embarked on a relentless touring and recording schedule, traveling as far as America and Japan while intermittently putting out records like 1999's Small Boy and a Grey Heaven, 2000's split CD with labelmates Heaven Shall Burn, 2001's Vent, and 2003's Shadow Hearts. All of this hard work gradually built Caliban's following and certified them as one of the leading European purveyors of metallic hardcore, which, by then, had also made incredible strides across the pond thanks to bands they had influenced such as Shadows Fall and Killswitch Engage. In fact and rather ironically, Caliban's next effort, The Opposite from Within (2004), was wisely panned by critics for succumbing to parody of those very same bands they'd inspired; but the band recovered in time for 2006's The Undying Darkness, which saw longtime members Andy Dörner (vocals), Denis Schmidt (guitar/vocals), and Marc Görtz (guitar) joined by the former Six Reasons to Kill rhythm section of bassist Marco Schaller and drummer Patrick Grün. 2007's The Awakening peaked at number 36 on the German album charts, and in 2009 the band inked a worldwide deal with Century Media Records and released Say Hello to Tragedy, their seventh full-length outing. 2012 saw the release of I Am Nemesis, and in 2014 the band issued the well-received Ghost Empire, which became their first album to hit the Top Ten. Gravity, the band's tenth studio long player, dropped in March 2016. ~ Eduardo Rivadavia

ORIGIN
Germany
GENRE
Rock
FORMED
1997

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