|February 17, 2012 - "Alpha-Beta" review on France's Transit Magazine
|Source: Transit.ch (in french)|
Site: Transit Magazine
Date: February 27th 2012
Note: Here's a review we had translated in english from french, for your convenience. It's obviously very difficult to translate opinions without altering the ideas. In order to keep the meanings as much as possible, reading fluidity might be a little off. So bare with us here!
Some bands attempt to do something original to get noticed, but few take fun into writing a single slab of 40 minutes and up. This was done in certain music genres that are well suited for it, but in the actual genre played by our Canadian friends, it is really particular and strange. Their strength resides in the fact that we don't get bored, with the exception of a really strange part that starts at around the 32 minutes mark and that last for about 2 minutes. They mix death, thrash, doom, black and metalcore with a certain ease. They don't fall into clichés that would knock them down to the ground for sure. Beside the fact that it's really peculiar to listen to a one single-chunk album, the production is weird as well. Let yourself be tempted by the experience!
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