The metal world could prepare for an extremely dark and ugly face of Unearth when they released this masterpiece "III – In The Eyes Of Fire". The album was produced by star producer Terry Date, who has worked with bands like the DEFTONES, WHITE ZOMBIE, NIRVANA, PEARL JAM, and many more. Take this high quality standard plus the band’s natural abilities, and UNEARTH are not far from becoming a legend like PANTERA or AT THE GATES.
Tracklist - III - In the eyes of fire
- 1.The glorious nightmare
- 3.March Of The Mutes
- 4.Sanctity Of Brothers
- 5.The Devil Has Risen
- 6.This Time Was Mine
- 8.So It Goes
- 9.Impostors Kingdom
- 10.Bled Dry
- 11.Big Bear And The Hour Of Chaos
EMP Editorial Team (29.06.2006)
The new album of the American metal core shooting stars begins with a really traditional heavy metal instrumental strangely called "Big bear and the hour of chaos“. Well, this can be filed under a trial to get us wrong because already with the following "Bled dry“, the picture is being put right again: Unearth light a true riff fireworks that degrades Slayer's "Hell awaits“-album a doom classic. The hell-like fast pace claims for highest skills of the guitar fraction. All Unearth musicians are masters on their instruments and where other bands threaten to fall into gooey grindcore morasses at this pace, they always keep control of what they're performing. It cannot be excluded that producer legend, Terry Date had some input in bringing this band onto the next level. Because with "Sanctity of brothers“ or "So it goes“, Unearth show (and that is new) that they are well capable of writing songs with a more melodic approach, too.