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FIRST CALL/LAST WARNING

Outcast

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal


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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing


1. Evolution (4:03)
2. The Supreme Desendance (3:17)
3. The Same Face From Passion To Hatred (5:54)
4. Delirium Tremens (4:51)
5. Lusting For Knowledge (4:16)
6. Deus Ex Machina (4:01)
7. A Way Of Substitution (3:44)
8. Voices (3:01)
9. To What I Belong (4:20)
10. Inner Wisdom (4:18)

Total Time 41:45

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Line-up / Musicians


- Wilfried / vocals
- Clement Mauro / bass
- Mathieu / drums
- Nicolas / guitar
- Guillaume Peraudeau / guitar

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Thundering Records

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3 stars "First Call / Last Warning" is the debut full-length studio album by French thrash/death metal act Outcast. The album was released through Manitou/Thundering Records in March 2005. The band were formed in 1999 under the Overlander monicker but changed their name to Outcast in 2002.

The music on the album is an interesting mix of Slayer type thrash metal riffing and more contemporary progressive thrash/death elements in the vein of acts like Gojira and Hacride. The band are very well playing and the music is delivered with militant precision. The mix of more old school thrash metal riffing and the more groovy contemporary riffs work well for the band and while some tracks donīt stand out enough (especially some of those toward the end of the album), there are some really killer material on the album that overall makes it a very enjoyable listen.

"First Call / Last Warning" is well produced too. Especially the guitar sound is crushingly heavy and the sound production is really a great asset to the album. Even some of the less interesting tracks still sound pretty great because of how well produced they are. "First Call / Last Warning" might not be the most original sounding album out there but itīs a very promising debut album by Outcast and when itīs most catchy the album is really great. A 3.5 star (70%) rating is deserved.

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