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DIMENSION HATROSS

Voivod

 

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

4.27 | 162 ratings

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UMUR
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5 stars The most complete Voivod album is probably Dimension Hatröss as this is the album most Voivod fans can agree on listening to. The old fans seem to think that this album is the last good album as there are still som metal balls in it, and fans of newer Voivod can start here if they find Killing Technology to be a bit to noisy and primitive.

The album is a beautiful blend of technical metal and strange melodic vocals. The production is rather good if you take into consideration that it was 1988. The science fiction theme is still there, and Snake sounds better and more varied than ever.

It´s hard to pick out which songs stand out but maybe "Tribal Convictions" stand out for being more catchy than the other songs. But every song on this album are classic material. No Fillers here.

I simply love this album, and I really hope more people will open there eyes to this great band. Start with the trilogy of Killing Technology, Dimension Hatröss and Nothingface and then take it from there. Some people won´t like this as they will find it dissonant and odd, but give it time and more spins, it´s worth it.

UMUR | 5/5 |

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