The music casts an overall aura that breathes with adrenaline and good vibes, empowering one with a surge of strength to take on the day, or to charge into the mosh pit. Blood of My Enemy 03:21 loading lyrics. Their 5th studio album is packed full intense hardcore metal and growling vocals with a cool infusion of symphonic undertones. While the verse sections provide the traditional vocals from earlier tracks, the use of singing adds an extra layer that actually fits well into the work. These days, she can usually be found hiking aimlessly through the woods in her favorite Technicolor sneakers with a Nikon in hand and her rescue dog, Molly, who is a bit hare-brained.
In the early days of the rising deathcore genre, California's Winds Of Plague quickly established themselves as one of the bigger names. The instrumentation takes a step back from heavy beat downs, allowing the listener to take something new in. The Winds of Plague mentality is to continuously deliver heavy as hell song after song. Crunching breakdowns, filthy screams and empiric symphonies collided to form a cheap and flashy sound that would have you for a few listens. The second problem with Blood of My Enemy is the overuse of gang vocals. Once you're logged in, you will be able to comment. Poor record, doubting I will be back again.
Winds of Plague could have easily just made a record that blasts away with straight forward heaviness and left it at that. The answer to that is simple: Winds of Plague have matured. The vocals bark out with rage as the instrumentals continue to clash away, settling for a moment to ease the overwhelming brutality. A lot of shifts and turns hinge around his break out screams and gang shouts which continuously dispel any charm the instrumentals where building. To do so, click the downward arrow on the top-right corner of the Facebook comment the arrow is invisible until you roll over it and select the appropriate action.
I design and produce haunted attractions for my career so it's always fun when I can bring my two worlds together to create these videos. Something I haven't been able to experience in a very long time. The title track takes this previous idea and steps further away from the earlier sound of the record. The song introduces a new aura, with radiant flares of orchestration shading over the material with brightness. The vocals continue to burst out in their barking fashion, the drum work blasting away in a whirlwind of chaos, the guitar shredding away.
This works in giving the material some breathing space, as to shift back into the all-out heaviness and effectively continue to deliver the aggression. Either Way You Lose 11. Which is not to say that the record is perfect. I wanted this to be the first taste of the new album because I feel it best represents the new music showcasing both the dark symphonic arrangements and the vast range of vocal styles used on the record. Great way to wrap up the album. What has helped set the deathcore act apart from other bands is their use of keyboards and the apocalyptic and symphonic tones they produce.
I dunno, but I miss those lows! I like everything about it but the addition of the female vocals. Winds of Plague are also, somewhat surprisingly, Vans Warped Tour alumni. Winds of Plague still have that perfect balance of symphonic deathcore with an emphasis on the hardcore parts, but the bullshit has been cut out. Yet here we are in 2017 with another entry from one of the best acts of 2008. His scream is always fretting on the same anger with a lack of range or inventiveness in his delivery. This is because they never stay longer than they need to, entering and leaving in the right amount of time to add an extra kick to the presentation.
I feel producers Noah Sebastian and Joakim Karlsson have helped us to further develop our unique approach to symphonic deathcore with distinct epic orchestral-backed choruses walking the fine line of brutal and melodic. Soul Eater 02:12 loading lyrics. It was just a few friends sitting in a room together, having a good time creating music. Over the years they have become a mockery to critics and this newest release will probably be no exception. Something I haven't been able to experience in a very long time. This final track starts out with an almost Turkish, yet dark inspired instrumental intro as it leads into full force hardcore to completely crush the listener until the last note.
Although his mids and highs are surprisingly good, the lows were the rug that tied Winds of Plague together. Its a solid sounding record where the modern production gives room for the instrumentals to vibe easily in their audibility. Tracklist: A New Day Nameless Walker Kings Of Carnage Soul Eater From Failure, Comes Clarity Blood Of My Enemy Snakeskin Never Alone 5150 Either Way You Lose A Walk Among The Dead Dark Waters Winds of Plague are: Johnny Plague — Vocals Adrienne Cowan — Keyboards Michael Montoya — Guitar Justin Bock — Bass Art Cruz — Drums Follow Winds of Plague Online:. Dark Waters 03:58 loading lyrics. We had no time limits, no 'suits' giving their input. Heavily influenced by bands in the likes of Dimmu Borgir, Winds Of Plague arguably pioneered, or at the very least popularized this symphonic detour of deathcore. There's more shuffled and rearranged breakdowns running on empty, sounding flat and lackluster when they jump into a song.
Blood Of My Enemy isn't awful but its constantly swirling in mediocrity where moments of chemistry found between the tight chugging guitar and rich orchestral synths are continually dispelled by the arrival of Johnny's tone deaf vocals and impact-less gang shouts. Its like my oxygen, and for many years i have been actively exploring the world of music, finding and appreciating as much art as i can. This record is massively hindered by its lead member, who is employing the same ideas that faded away ten years ago. Users who ignore this rule will be banned from the site. Instead, they take their pure adrenaline and furious sound, and display it in a grand fashion. Never Alone 04:25 loading lyrics. Make sure to grab your copy and get aggressive! You can also send an e-mail to blabbermouthinbox gmail.
But on the other hand, Decimate the Weak is a deathcore classic, and The Great Stone War is a very, very good, low-key concept album that saw the band really make a statement about what they do best. In my opinion, it took a great song and made it mediocre and lost my interest in it. Here you have this album stacked full of really great tracks and then this the chorus on this song is thrown off with the additional vocals. Either Way You Lose 03:51 loading lyrics. There is a minor amount of female vocals added into this track that work with the style of this song.