|Review: Structural - Metacognition|
Year released: 2018
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: January 26, 2019
Reviewed by: MetalMike
If you looked at the title of Structural's Metacognition album and thought, "they must play some kind of progressive death metal," give yourself a pat on the back, as this Israeli band plays just that. Sharp, fast riffing, guitars that scratch and claw your eardrums and low growls that you feel as much as hear are present in bunches, along with some raspy screams and more melodic passages. I can't say you're going to hear something new or done so well it will make you forget other progressive/melodic death metal, but it is played with plenty of energy and conviction to get your head flailing. If you like Death when they turned the progressive corner and all the melodic/progressive music they inspired, Metacognition is definitely one to add to the collection.
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