|Review: AnnihilationMancer - The Involution Philosophy|
|The Involution Philosophy|
Label: Pure Underground
Year released: 2011
Originally released in: 2010
Genre: Thrash Metal
Review online: April 26, 2011
Reviewed by: MetalMike
for:The Involution Philosophy
Rated 3.18/5 (63.53%) (17 Votes)
The Involution Philosophy from Italy's Annihilationmancer is a fairly run-of-the-mill Thrash Metal album in the mold of classic 80s bands like Exodus and early Death Angel. Speedy riffs and vocals that range from clean to the edge of Death Metal are the order of the day. The songs on The Involution Philosophy are generally long (5 of the 8 are in excess of 6 minutes) but that neither adds nor subtracts from their appeal. Apart from some beautiful guitar work, both acoustic and electric, on "Reflected in Her Life," the band keeps the pedal to the metal. All the performances are good, but none of the songs are particularly spectacular. There's nothing here you haven't heard before, but if well-played Thrash Metal is your cup of tea, The Involution Philosophy might be worth checking out.
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