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Review: Dimension F3H - Reaping The World Winds
Dimension F3H
Reaping The World Winds

Label: Hammerheart Records
Year released: 2003
Duration: 59:23
Tracks: 11
Genre: Unclassifiable

Rating: 3.25/5

Review online: December 28, 2004
Reviewed by: 4th Horseman
Readers Rating
Reaping The World Winds

Rated 3.38/5 (67.5%) (8 Votes)

Dimension F3H is a side project for Morfeus (Limbonic Art) who did most of the work on this album with some sort of involvement from Stian Kristoffersen (Pagan's Mind) on drums and Nesmoth (Arch Nemesis) on vocals. I can't really tell where exactly Kristiffersen is hitting the skins on this album because the bulk of it is clearly electronic. Actually, the most annoying thing about this album is that there is far too much electronic nonsense going on here. The last track actually sounds like a cheap 70's porno beat.

Anyway, I've seen this band being labeled as "Industrial Metal." But this album is undoubtedly one of a kind. It consists of power metal vocals, death metal blasts and clickety-click drums, melodic guitars and a ton of electronic sounds. Now, there are a couple of songs on here that I really do enjoy and this CD is not all that awful. The blasts are cool sometimes as well as the vocal lines which make it quite enjoyable. But at the end of it all, it just sounds too crafted, manipulated and just…too electronic and computerized. Even the guitar riffs sound like nobody actually played them more than one single loop. Ah heck…I can't describe it. I generally like experimental stuff, but this somewhat too experimental for me. It's alright and I probably might just burn a couple of these songs on a CDR of mine, but the rest of it gets kind of annoying. Check it out if you dare.

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