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Glad to see that the masters of thrash/doom metal are back. Each song on this album is phenomenal in it's own degree, and I was glad to see that the music in general is a lot heavier than the recent direction of My Silent Wake. This album is a lot doomier than their older stuff, but still maintains the heaviness and aggressiveness of their thrash roots. I was a little disappointed at first when I found that they'd thrown out the traditional 'thrash' vocals for death growls, but actually have found the death growls to be quite satisfactory, as they are easily understandeable and very dark, fit the music perfectly. The clean backup vocals are amazing as well, as they are very melodic, but minor key and only add to the overall darkness. This is a step, now Itunes should hurry up and add the rest of their earlier albums.

Great comeback!

Seventh Angel was a great thrash band back in the 90's. I love "The Torment" and "Lament for the Weary." I even hunted down the poster for "Lament" by artist Rodney Matthews. It's great to hear from them again. Musically, it's taken a step away from the old thrash ways but it is very solid. My only regret is that Ian Arkley's vocals take on the more death growl of "My Silent Wake" (Arkley's doom band with great song writing) rather than the old higher pitch thrash vocal of Seventh Angel. The old vocal seemed more emotionally charged. Oh well, I suppose if it was exactly the same as the past I might as well just pop in those old cds. Get it if for the only reason that Arkley's writing is always solid and now he's back with Tank, Simon Bibby, and Mark Broomhead. Mark even does vocals on a song that makes me want to pop in old Detritus cds. Bombworks was wise in putting these guys out there again. BUY IT!


I have owned the first two Seventh Angel albums from when they were first released. They were ok, but never my favorites. The old stuff was loud but no particularly musical. It was ok for the time it came from. This new album is mature, heavy and melodic. This really is just a slightly more up tempo version of My Silent Wake.

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