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Item no. 438668
Gender Unisex
Musical Genre Progressive Metal
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Media - Format 1-3 CD
Product topic Bands
Band Mastodon
Product type CD
Release date 3/27/09
Thumping complex rhythms bonded to catchy melodies are the basis of the compositionally seen most mature and most soundtechnical album of the Americans, up to now.
CD 1
1. Oblivion 2. Divinations 3. Quintessence 4. Usurper / Escape / Martyr / Spiral 5. Ghost Of Karelia 6. Crack The Skye 7. The Last Baron
Oliver Kube

by Oliver Kube (20.04.2009) The fourth album of this US cult quartet is heavy - bloody heavy, yet atmospheric and above all, very emotional. The band will annoy some dyed-in-the-wool fans with the more and more sparse use of their trademark sludge parts, but the quality of the compositions -check the mighty, extremely melodic title track and monumental "The last baron" which is about 13 minutes long - and the steamroller sound by Brendan O’Brien (Pearl Jam, AC/DC, Bruce Springsteen) will compensate even those. Additional interesting aspects of this release consisting of just 7 songs spread on altogether almost 50 minutes: the voice of bass man Troy Sanders sounds like young Ozzy Osbourne’s more than ever, and the banjo used on "Divinations" is a perfect match to the arrangement. Once again on top of this game: drummer Brann Dailor with his incredibly intricate rhythm work - regarding precision and power, this man is almost out of this world.