Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Disbelief/Heal/Massacre Records/2010 CD Review

Disbelief are a band from Germany that plays a mixture of death and doom metal and this is a review of their 2010 album "Heal" which was released by Massacre Records.

Drums mix slow and midpaced drumming with alot of fast playing and brutal blast beats, while the bass playing follows the riffs that are coming out off the guitars and they have a very powerful sound at times, keyboards are very rarely utilized but when used they only enhance atmosphere.

Rhythm guitars are a mixture of slow, midpaced and fast death metal riffs that have alot of influences from early 90's death metal with some doom metal influences and a good amount of melody, as for the lead guitars they are mostly melodic guitar solos, as for the accoustic guitars when they are utilized they use alot of open chords that gives the music a depressive edge.

Vocals are mostly deep death metal growls that are very easy to understand with some high pitched screams and only a small amount of clean vocals, while the lyrics cover depressing themes, as for the production on this recording it sounds very professional and you can hear all of the instruments that are present on this recording.

In my opinion Disbelief are a very good band and if you like death metal that has a melodic doom metal edge you should check out this band. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "The Eyes Of Horror" "Certainty Of Reality" "Welcome Home" which is a King Diamond covr and Red Sharks" which is a Crimson Glory cover. RECOMMENDED BUY.

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