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Death - Individual Thought Patterns CD (album) cover

INDIVIDUAL THOUGHT PATTERNS

Death

 

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

4.15 | 263 ratings

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b_olariu
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5 stars Well, i was a little surprise that this band is here, but i think this album belongs 85% to prog genre. Despite the voice of Chuck Schuldiner (Rest in peace man), who is death, the rest of the instruments are prog , not 100%, but enough to be in that style. I love this album , one of the most complex albums of the '90 and of entire rock music. Not only musical Death were very skillful but lyrical aswell, very strong lyrics. I have to remaind you that on this album are outstanding musicians: -Steve DiGiorgio - bass, i think this man has 15 fingers to play how he plays here, superb musician -Andy LaRocque - guitar from King Diamond, an excellent guitarist, and the man behind the drumms, one of my all time favourite drummer Gene Hoglan (i can't belive that a person could play on drumms like he did on this album, absolutly not on this earth), he came from thrash bad named Dark Angel and joined Death in 1993, you will descover him later on some of Devin Townsend albums, again great. All in all one of my favourite albums of all time. Great stuff from the beggining to the last note. Superb. A classic in every way, and a masterpiece of prog and one of the best death albums ever, the next one is in the same vein, of the highest calibre.
b_olariu | 5/5 |

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