|Review: Decayos - Inner Moonlight|
Label: Hylopathic Productions
Year released: 2014
Genre: Progressive Metal
Review online: November 4, 2014
Reviewed by: MetalMike
Rated 4/5 (80%) (2 Votes)
Here we have Morgantown, West Virginia's Decayos, a solo project from a gent by the name of Zack Namey. There are quite a few styles of extreme music in the songs on the debut, Inner Moonlight. Black/Death vocals infiltrate Thrash riffing and it is all broken up by Progressive beats and time changes. The songwriting lies somewhere between a way more extreme Dream Theater and a far less bat-shit insane Sigh. I can't say Inner Moolight does much for me as the vocals are not particularly distinctive and the flow of the songs is so herky-jerky in some places, that I can't get into it. I won't deny the musicianship so if you like extreme Progressive Metal, Inner Moonlight might be an album worth checking out but I found it overly complicated and tedious.
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