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CategoryVinyl
ThemeBands
GenreDeath Metal
Media formatLP
Media PackagingStandard
Available since 28.04.2017
Product code353775

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ARMOR!

Undoubtedly, if not the best, then boldly claiming this title album in the discography of Unleashed. It's not even an album, but a set of heavy hymns to the glory of death metal. ARMOR! And if not for the exceptional sincerity of music, then such pomposity would look, at least, tasteless. There are no passages. Each song (and here the Songs are represented) is similar to the armed Viking, who was made to attack. The album is made soundly and tastefully, with a simple, but very juicy, slightly muffled sound. Clear, expressive vocals are more like military appeals. Every word literally shoots a death metal throat Johnny. Songs, having an uncomplicated compact structure, are diverse and trump memory. Each riff is sharpened to the limit and ideally falls on a well-adjusted rhythm. The drums sound thorough and weighty - here you will not find fussy blast beats. If you do not get smart, using typically professional terms, then you can compare the drums, say, with Sodom, which gives some compositions a shade of shade. Other songs, having an average tempo, are ideal for old-school headbanging. As smart people in the West say: "slam groove."
Some wise people can say that the instrumental parties are too primitive. Well ... Talent is not in the intensity of the game and not in its complexity, but in writing really memorable, logically and intelligently sounding tracks, where each note is in its place. And all of the above "Warrior" has quite.
What else has proved "Warrior" is a direct succession of death metal heavy metal. Songs such as "Hero of the Land" directly send the listener to the legacy of Black Sabbath. Given the dingy, typically Swedish sound, "Warrior" can boldly boast of a kind of atmospheric sound, without using all sorts of keys and acoustics. All of the above in its entirety reveals before us the inimitable style inherent in Unleashed, confirming their legendary status.
In general, one of the best examples of the Swedish death metal. Typically male music, which became an unquestionable classic.

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