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Sunday, January 24, 2016

Review: AngelSeed - Crimson Dyed Abyss

Angelseed is a band from Croatia with the genres: metal, symphonic, gothic, thrash & power. This debut album Crimson Dyed Abyss was released November 29th, 2015.

This album is a great new chapter in the carrier and the lives of the band members. This album opens up with the track "Bloodfield". This is a massive track with great vocal aspects and rhythmic that keeps your attention thorough this whole song. That is a great promise for the rest of Crimson Dyed Abyss. The frequent changes in the vocal gives it at a high dynamic range. By "Man with Black Roses" is the vocal less on the foreground, drum and guitars take it over in this track. "Leaving all Behind" is a slow paced track that let you deeply feel this songs name. The vocals are going very well with the guitars and quiet drums on the background. The track "Schizohead" catches your attention right from the start with some rhythmic guitars with dark vocals. The album closes with "Now" It's again a slow song with emotional feelings.

This album has everything in it, slow and fast tracks, deep meaning vocals that keep your attention. If you like symphonic and rhythmic metal songs this is definitely a band for you to listen to.

Track list:
1. Bloodfield (04:58)
2. Dancing With The Ghosts (05:13)
3. Man With Black Roses (05:43)
4. Forever Blind (05:33)
5. Leaving All Behind (05:06)
6. Fallen Angel (06:04)
7. Schizohead (05:05)
8. Dreamer/Breaking Dawn (06:23)
9. Soulcollector (05:48)
10. The Healer (05:40)
11. Now (05:25)

Written by Nathasja Voerman

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