|Review: Projector - Between the Nature and Ego|
|Between the Nature and Ego|
Label: Australis Records
Year released: 2015
Genre: Melodic Death Metal
Review online: March 23, 2018
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
for:Between the Nature and Ego
Wow... This sounds very generic and dull. Melodic, the Gothenburg way, Death Metal this certainly is, but far from the times when the Swedes did everything much better in that department. Chilean sextet Projector has clearly attempted to grab bits and pieces from the once so famous melodic Death Metal scene, oozing all kinds of Gothenburg-flavors, making it a bit more groovy and modern sounding, having even disgusting, commercial big butt-kissing clean vocals. But seriously, nothing grabs my attention on this disc, I mean, in any positive way. The biggest turn-off for me must be those parts when both growling and clean vocals are sung at the very same time. It simply does not work, sorry.
The playing is, however, pretty tight and the production is decent, but it does not save this disc from sinking into the bottomless pit of oblivion. Straight out of the window is the next address for this album... Done.
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