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Top reviews Most recent Top reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. The Faceless are one of those modern technical death metal bands that have really caught my attention ever since I first listened to their debut album "Akeldama" five years ago.
These guys are definitely one of the best technical death metal bands out there today despite being wrongfully lumped in with all that deathcore stuff that out there these days, and they're not the only ones believe me. While "Akeldama" was a more breakdown oriented album, however on the band's sophomore release "Planetary Duality", we see The Faceless stripping away most of the breakdowns and taking a more technical death metal approach very much in the vein of Necrophagist another amazing band BTW and the results here are just amazingly mindblowing.
This album is just simply incredibly tight and heavy, brutal, technical, and very well executed, and mindblowingly amazing from start to finish. There are really no other words to describe it. Another cool thing I'd like to mention is that "Planetary Duality" is that is is a concept album with the lyrics following a science fiction theme of an extraterrestrial race controlling the world and is inspired by the book "The Children of the Matrix" by David Icke", and not to mention the album cover artwork is also really awesome and it really has that space and sci-fi feel to it.
Vocalist Derek Rydquist has got some awesome, beastly, demonic death metal growls that really fit the music perfectly.
The guitars on here are just absolutely amazing as Michael Keene and Steve Jones both lash out a mindblowing arsenal of awesome technical induced riffs and most importantly let's not forget about those deliciously mindblowing and technically melodic, and progressive influenced solos from Michael that are just downright outstanding and guaranteed to melt your face right off, and Michael also lends some clean vocals on here occasionally as well.
The bass playing from Brandon Griffin is also fantastic and audible throughout as well and Lyle Cooper does an all around outstanding job on the drums with tons of sickening jack-hammering blast beats and busy double bass slamming. All in all, the musicianship here on "Planetary Duality" is just absolutely flawless, and not to mention the production on here is crystal clear as well.
The songs: The album's opening track "Prison Born" starts off with a short ominous intro and then quickly thrusts into an onslaught of relentless blasting and battering double bass slamming, technical riffing, vicious growls, plus a nice guitar solo as well. The next track "The Ancient Covenant" is another standout track that begins with a killer fast bass intro and then explodes into more fantastic technical riffage including awesome harmonic leads and awesome soloing, as well as more frantic hammering blast beat drumming and ferocious growling vocals.
Elsewhere track six "Sons of Belial" is a more slow tempo number highlighted by some slow crushing riffs during the opening, plus more busy double bass waves and a fast blasting rhythm section part, as well as more beastly vocals and more awesome technical riffing and melodic soloing, and some brief clean vocals are also featured in this song, meanwhile track seven "Legion of the Serpent" is yet another huge standout track that boasts more fiery technical riffing and melodic leads, hammering blast beats and double bass kicking, plus a couple of nice melodic breakdowns the second breakdown includes some cool keyboards , and yet another amazing, wailing guitar solo as well.
The eighth track "Planetary Duality I: Hideous Revelation" features a sampled voice of somebody mentioning about Area 51 over the abundance of technical riffs and rattling double bass percussioning which all leads right into the final track "Planetary Duality II: A Prophecies Fruition" which anchors clobbering riffs and jack-hammering rhythms, furious, demonic growling vocals, and a beautifully executed melodic guitar solo, plus another brief bit of clean vocals, as well as some slow yet menacingly crushing riffs and ripping double bass before the song fades out thus marking the end.
I eventually found time at Sunset Sound, but they could only give us it from 10am until six. Have a life! Tom was very happy with the musicians. We ended up a nice trio of guys behind him for the basic structure of the Album: John Seiter [drums], Bill Plummer [bass] and Peter Klimes [guitar].
We had a couple of rehearsals before we started the sessions, but everybody was very fresh. It was 10 days. My whole idea was to try and Keep out the way. Everybody just fell into their groove. When we were done at Sunset Sound we had everything but uone tune. I think they did two takes, it might even have been one.
It was such a wonderful Moment; when it was done we listened to it and nobody wanted to leave. Everything went so easily. More a snapshot than a painting. John Seiter : "It was great. We showed up and did the best we could. I was set up on a riser a little higher than the bass player, and Tom was down in front with his back to me playing the upright piano. He was writing real stuff.
Nobody was writing any of the stuff he was doing. Tom is Tom. Unter den Kaliforniern fiel Tom Waits sofort auf, er stilisierte sich als Beatnik, konnte sich jedoch nicht von den Vorstellungen des Produzenten Jerry Yester emanzipieren. Posted: Sat Jul 28, am. What Is He Building There..? I was expecting to record my second album with him but Asylum wants to find someone that can take my songs and make hits out of them.
I enjoy working with a group, I very rarely get an opportunity to when I perform so I enjoy it very much. San Diego Serenade is about a girl I knew once. I was crazy about her. So was her husband. But that went the way of all flesh. Writing on the piano is different than writing on guitar, you get different feels, in fact a lot of times you write a tune with some other artist in mind which is, in fact, I got one of those right here, I kind of had Ray Charles in mind Diamonds On My Windshield is about driving in the rain.
I used to make that track from San Diego to Los Angeles a lot, usually with several pit stops on the way with engine trouble.
So this is about driving in the rain, circa , so slip me some crimson Jimson. So we went in the studio and I tried singing it, tried doing it a-capella - nothing worked.
Jim Hughart was playing the upright bass with me for that session just started playing a modal bass line and I just started talking and Jim Gordon started playing a cool 12 bar shuffle on brushes and we just winged it in one take and we had it and I like the way it came out.
It Looks awful ridiculous cause right across the street is some real bona fide serious winos - right out in front of a place called the Gin Mill, another place called the Terminal Bar. All we did with that song was bass and guitar, we taped a little traffic on Cahuenga, just stuck his microphones out there and got about 20 minutes of rush hour and cut it down and put it on there, it really sets it up.
In fairness, many key elements he explores on later records are already in place, his wily, soused persona extending itself to incorporate the evident Beat influences of Bukowski, Kerouac et al on the likes of Diamonds On My Windshield and semi-spoken title track.
Posted: Sun Jul 29, pm. Lounging somewhere between beatnik poetry reading, Catskills comedy hour and Lord Buckley jazz set, this is Waits at his early, freewheeling best, spinning surreal hash-brown picaresques out of marginal bar-room lives. Posted: Mon Jul 30, pm. Musicians Tom Waits : "Well, it was all stuff I wrote in a couple of weeks. Real fast. It was recorded in five nights. The whole album was done live with no overdubbing. It was done on a direct two-track machine, everything was done on the spot while it was being recorded.
I like the album. So I dispelled some things in these songs that I had substantiated before. I tried to resolve a few things as far as this cocktail-lounge, maudlin, crying-in-your-beer image that I have.
You know, I was really starting to believe that there was something amusing and wonderfully American about a drunk. I ended up telling myself to cut that shit out. So I directed that song as much to the people that listen to me and think they know me as much as I directed it to myselfEnglish Translation of “nächtelang” | The official Collins German-English Dictionary online. Over , English translations of German words and phrases.