|Review: Abysmalia - Replenish Entirety|
Year released: 2010
Genre: Progressive Metal
Review online: June 10, 2011
Reviewed by: Sargon the Terrible
Rated 4.15/5 (83.08%) (13 Votes)
This is an odd album. Abysmalia are an unsigned band who play a disjointed, proggy style of Thrash. The production is really first rate for an indie album, and when this band just lays down the heaviness they are pretty propulsive. Sadly, their vocals are a complete mess, ranging from a horrible screech to wretched hardcore yapping. The clean vocals are decent but so wussy and out of place they do nothing but drag things down. There is a lot of jazz influence on this, and I hate jazz influence on metal, so this is a big loser there. Clunky, self-indulgent, and often irritating.
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