Thursday, October 27, 2011

Pyogenesis/Waves Of Eurotasia/Relapse Records/1994 CD Review

Pyogenesis are a band that started out as an atmospheric death/doom metal and later evolved into an alternative pop direction and this is a review of their 1994 album "Waves Od Eurotasia" which was released by Relapse Records.

Drums are mostly midpaced beats with some fast playing while the violin gives the music a very dark sound, as for the bass playing it sounds very powerful and at times takes the role of a lead bass.

Rhythm guitars have a very low tuning with some fast riffs that have a Swedish death metal sound mixed in with some slow playing that brings the doomy side to the music with a good amount of melody, as for the lead guitars they are mostly melodic guitar solos, as for the acoustic guitars when they are utilized they use alot of open chords with some fingerpicking and add alot of depression to the music.

Vocals are mostly deep death metal growls that are very easy to understand with some clean singing as well as some female vocals, while the lyrics touch on depressing themes, as for the production it sounds very professional and you can hear all of the musical instruments.

In my opinion Pyogenesis wher a great atmospheric doom/death metal band in the 90's and this was one of their best albums. If you are a fan of atmospheric doom/death metal you should add this album to your collection. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "In The End" and "Through The Flames. RECOMMENDED BUY.

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