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Theory In Practice


Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

3.71 | 7 ratings

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3 stars The Armageddon Theories was a nice surprise to me when I bought it a couple of years ago. I like complex and technical Death Metal but I feel many bands in the genre go for technicality instead of making memorable songs. This is not true when it comes to Theory in Practice. The songs are well written and have good hooks that you can remember even though there a hundreds of riffs in every song.

There is an overall sci-fi feel to the lyrics and the music that I really like. It´s dark and brutal.

The music is very technical death metal with lots of beautiful leads and motifs played by the guitar. I will have to mention Henrik Ohlsson´s vocals as they are sinister and aggressive growls ( pretty understandable really).

I´m not sure who this album is meant for, but I think lovers of brutal and technical death metal, that is not like your average tech death metal can enjoy this as I do. Prog heads won´t get much out of this, as it is way too metal.

UMUR | 3/5 |


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