|Review: Deep - Pieces Of Nothing|
|Pieces Of Nothing|
Label: Pavement Music
Year released: 2000
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: October 25, 2000
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
for:Pieces Of Nothing
Rated 3.2/5 (64%) (5 Votes)
My first exposure to Deep was when they opened for King Diamond a couple of months ago. Of the five opening bands, they were the only ones that I actually enjoyed. So here's Deep's latest album, Pieces Of Nothing. An overall good album, bordering on speed/thrash metal, but somehow there isn't one song that really outshines the others, and every time I've listened to the album, I pretty much had the feeling that I had listened to the same song for 47 minutes. Some of the elements in the riffs and in the drumming sound a little repetitive, creating this weird feeling. So really, my only grudge about this album is that its sound is not varied enough - I've seen worst though. On a more positive note, Deep has a GOOD sound, and I found myself playing this album over and over, without really getting tired of it. Interesting. A good pick if you're looking for something different.
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