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Continuing their evolution from melodic European death metal toward modernized, palm-muted metalcore, veteran German fivesome Caliban crank out riffs and breakdowns that threaten to cause whiplash. But they do it with real symphonic finesse, calming into an eerie ambience in “brOKen” and supplementing their bass-and-snare-forward groove with tuneful piano in “Who I Am.” The singing has gained clarity too, but that’s not to suggest the band have abandoned their bloodthirsty side—“The Ocean’s Heart” and “Mein schwarzes Herz” sting with a brutality that’s truly ominous.

Customer Reviews

Good, but

This album is good, but I really miss the melodic guitar riffs. They've become more technically bombastic with the clean vocals and guitar riffs, and the guitar riffs are kind of bland. Nothing is really grabbing me on this one. There is an industrial, over produced element to the music that I can't get into to. It's to the point that I don't want to listen to it constantly like I did to past albums, especially their middle catalogue such as "Undying Darkness," "Opposite from Within," and "The Awakening." Those were really memorable albums, with great riffs that stuck in my head forever. For example "I rape myself" was really catchy and brutal at the same time, with great, melodic guitar riffs, as well as a memorable chorus. Songs like that are missing here. That's not to say that it doesn't have its merits, because it does. Which is why I gave it 4 stars. Good album, not great. Hoping it grows on me as I listen more. Still a great band with a ton of talent.

Every album gets better!

This is an amazing single, I really like the riff age to the strong chorus! I was paralyzed when I first heard this!

I have a feeling this is going to be Caliban’s breakthrough album to the masses

Been into these guys since they came out, so many epic songs and albums. They should be as big or bigger than most huge bands in the genre. This just may be the album that puts them over the top!


Formed: 1997 in Germany

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

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...
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Gravity, Caliban
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: Mar 25, 2016

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