Deserted Fear (GER)

Death Metal , Melodic Death Metal
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Deserted Fear (GER)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 14 Jan 2022, 12:05

Deserted Fear - Dead Shores Rising (Limited Edition Digipak) (2017)

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Year : 2017
Style : Death Metal
Country : Germany
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans + Video
Size : 161 mb


Bio:

Thuringia´s DESERTED FEAR are one of the best and most talented death metal bands from Germany, crafting their vision passionately and merciless since 2008. Their debut album "My Empire" (2012) blew up a lot of dust, DESERTED FEAR are on their way to become one of the most important forces in the European metal scene. Germany´s ROCK HARD magazine praised the album as "...simply amazing how the whole albums offers it´s permanent hit potential. If it´s allowed to say so within the death metal world. Great start!”DESERTED FEAR combine the sound of Swedish death metal with US old school death metal to create their very own, modern sound, without losing heavyness and authenticity. The band also caused some dropped jaws and destroyed the place on festivals such as Summer Breeze, Party San Open Air and Extremefest.DESERTED FEAR are now back with their new album "Kingdom of Worms", which was recorded in June and July 2014 once more at Eisensound Studio in Eisenberg (Thuringia / Germany) under the knife of guitarist Fabian Hildebrandt. Mixing and Mastering duties have been handled by legendary Dan Swanö (Edge Of Sanity, Bloodbath, etc.), who put the finishing touches on "Kingdom of Worms" in his very own Unisound Studio.

Album:

You know the tired joke about Germans and their love of efficiency (except when it comes to EPA emissions testing… rimshot!). Well it is definitely true that German metal groups tend to exemplify a wonderfully efficient take on their style, while adding a layer of groove along the way. Take Heaven Shall Burn, Kreator, and Obscura as just a few examples of this trend (and not trying to push stereotypes- numerous bands like The Ocean and Bling Guardian don’t quite fit the mold). Like their fellow countrymen in Heaven Shall Burn, Deserted Fear share an appreciation for both strains of Swedish death metal. On their Century Media debut, you can hear the strong stomping influence of Bolt Thrower and early Asphyx (the latter is Swede metal by way of The Netherlands), but the underlying (and occasionally wonderfully dominating) melodies highlight a strong Dark Tranquillity sway.It’s this desire to clean the murky waters of HM-2 Swedish metal with an emphasis on melody that gives Dead Shores Rising its edge. Well, it’s not all that murky, as the assured touch of Dan Swanö has rendered this record a real treat to listen to. Swanö’s ability to smooth things out without compromising their inherent grit is on wonderful display here. This isn’t “easy listening”, but with how poorly modern death metal records have been produced of late (either brickwalled to death or without regard for sonic integrity in the slightest), Deserted Fear/Century Media were smart to help give this record the platform it needed to succeed. After the requisite symphonic intro track, it’s easy to assume you should turn down the music to make way for an all-out aural assault. And while Deserted Fear sure do know how to blast and riff with the best of them, the transition is smooth to the meat of the album.Oh, and that meat is definitely USDA Grade A quality (at least until Trump put in a fast food lobbyist to run the USDA…). The near-perfect interplay between the super-efficient melodies and meat-cleaver-sharp heaviness results in a dynamic and memorable record. A lot of the compositions have a sort of regal or mournful quality to them, not unlike Insomnium at their peak, albeit with a lot sharper teeth. The band definitely stepped up in their transition to a major label. Their previous records contained part of the dual-edged charm of Dead Shores Rising, but they felt overlong and not entirely fleshed out. That’s not a problem here, as the record is consistently engaging and entertaining. Even when the melodies don’t initially carry a tune, like in “Corrosion of Souls”, a neat little bridge comes in and knocks you on your ass, while still trying to air guitar. It’s a tough feat, but believe in yourself.Where the record falters is merely in how efficient the band takes things. Their songwriting is very simple and can feel unnecessarily so, but they utilize it to great effect on pretty much every tune here. Solos may appear, but riffs and melodies are really the name of the game. That said, if you can get behind an excellent rendition of a more melodeath-tinged old-school Swedish death metal sound, there’s a whole Hell of a lot to love on Dead Shores Rising. Deserted Fear’s style should appear to a wide range of fans of the style, as sometimes simple yet effective is perfectly fine. This record certainly showcases that.

Line Up:

Manuel Glatter - Vocals, Guitars (rhythm) (2007-present) - See also: ex-Dawn of Revelation
Fabian Hildebrandt - Guitars (lead), Bass (2007-present)
Simon Mengs - Drums (2007-present) - See also: ex-Macbeth, ex-Nick Hellfort

Tracklist:

01. Intro 01:47
02. The Fall of Leaden Skies 03:58
03. The Edge of Insanity 04:04
04. Open Their Gates 03:31
05. Corrosion of Souls 03:46
06. Interlude 01:15
07. Towards Humanity 03:07
08. The Carnage 03:52
09. Face Our Destiny 04:28
10. Till the Last Drop 03:49
11. Carry On 05:01
12. A Morbid Vision 02:45 (Bonus Track)
13. The Path of Sorrow 03:34 (Bonus Track)

+ Video "Open Their Gates" (Official Video)


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