Subliminal Fear - Escape From Leviathan (2016)
Year : 2016
Style : Melodic Death Metal
Country : Italy
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 153 mb
The project SUBLIMINAL FEAR started with five young guys that wanted to play melodic swedish death metal, based on melodies, speed and an aggressive sound like the best bands in the scene like In Flames, Soilwork and Dark Tranquillity.The band find the complete stability recording the first demo in November 2004 at the Nicola Lonigro’s Half Moon Studios (Bari) that allows to take part in some local gigs getting a good response from metalheads.Label’s deal and main Festivals:Thank to good reviews in the mags and webzines, the band reaches the interest of Greek label Burning Star Records and so, in early months of this year, Subliminal Fear signed an agreement for their debut album.In September and in the next monts, Subliminal Fear played at Total Metal Festival in Noicattaro (BA), a great festival in south Italy and in other main clubs in Puglia.2007 The debut "Uncoloured World Dying" After an intense and accurate process of songwriting, and pre-production in detail, the Band entered 16th Cellar Studios in Rome with producer Stefano Morabito (Hour of Penance, Eyeconoclast, Enemynside, Theater of the Vampires, Necrotorture) to record their debut album “Uncolored World Dying” between Febbrary and March in 2007. The Artwork has been realized by Davide Nadalin from Nerve Design (Nile, Extrema, Threshold, The Duskfall, Blinded Colony).The new album "Uncoloured World Dying” gets a good response from metalheads and received many positive reviews from Italian and European magazines.- The second Album and Line-up changes After some hard years for personal problems and many line-up changes, the band began to develop ideas for the next album without leaving the live activity and after some months Subliminal Fear entered in DB Studio to record their second full-length "One More Breath" and they signed an agreement with the Italian label SG Records for the release of their forthcoming album scheduled for June 2012."One More Breath" is the second full-length and was mastered in Turin by Ettore Rigotti (Disarmonia Mundi), the artwork was done by Raffo Lattanzio of Mental Drink Studios.SUBLIMINAL FEAR shared the stage with: TESTAMENT, DARK FUNERAL, SADIST, EKTOMORF, DGM, HIGHLORD, NECRODEATH, THE DOGMA, RAIN & many more. The wait is over… We Return..After 2 years working in studio, the third album is finally ready and it shows several innovations about musical style with a greater attention to melodies and with a modern sound. The early sound has evolved in a “cyber metal” with death and also melodic vocals, djent guitars, a huge groove and with electronic and industrial influences.New album is produced, mixed and mastered by Giuseppe Dentamaro in Golem Dungeon Studios and co-produced by Botys Beezart for arrangements of keyboards, samples and programming. Furthermore the album will include also the featuring of international guests: Guillaume Bideau (Mnemic, One-Way Mirror), Jon Howard (Threat Signal, Arkea) and Lawrence Mackrory (Darkane).Album's artwork is been realized by Anton Seth Siro.
Subliminal Fear emerges from two-and-a half years in the studio to deliver an album that promises so much but falls tantalisingly short. First song “Phantoms or Drones” is a slamming opener. It rockets out of the traps with ruthless riff on top of ruthless riff. The song parades the band’s influences for all to hear with keyboard lines fittingly interwoven amongst the blast beats. It's a positive start that bodes well for the rest of the album. Sadly, however, the song soon outstays its welcome. It contains a wholly unnecessary spoken word interlude and meanders into a passage with bizarre vocal effects that diminishes what was such a promising start. They've gone for epic and just fallen short.Second song “All Meanings They’ve Torn” introduces some ambient keyboards into the mix before taking off into a more death metal direction. It does recall a much heavier LINKIN PARK but don't let that put you off. It works much better than that comparison would suggest. The middle section of the album features two undoubted highlights. The title track has an industrial feel echoing the sound of the band Ministry. It combines aggressive sounding synths and percussion with a monster of a stop start riff. It works because the orchestral synths are lower in the mix and sound as essential to the song as the other instruments. Additionally, when the orchestral break kicks in it genuinely elevates the song.“Evilution” featuring Threat Signal singer Jon Howard sees him duelling with lead singer Carmine Cristallo to astounding effect. It is ugly, brutal and phenomenally heavy. Once again the dark beauty of the atmospherics and clean vocals are knitted seamlessly with the raw chaos of the guitars and percussion. The breakdown in this song is going to demolish the mosh pit. Unfortunately, there are too many examples where keyboards and effects detract rather than enhance the song. “Living in Another World” and “Dark Star Renaissance” pale in comparison to what has come before. Ultimately, they define what is wrong with the album. There is a definite formula on show here with a moody keyboard intro giving way to furious kick drums and an extreme riff. It’s by no means bad. It just means that the latter part of the album rushes past with little to distinguish individual songs. Final song “The Disease is Human Emotion” breaks the mould using sampled speech interlaced with the keyboards to create something truly sinister.The reason why the sound of bands that combine extreme metal with electronic music like FEAR FACTORY, MNEMIC and even MINISTRY works so well is that it seems natural. Rather than sounding bolted on, the electronics are intrinsic to the song. However, there are too many occasions on this album, where the electronic atmospherics and the death metal sound out of sync, like two halves of the brain not quite communicating. On the whole, the album is not as diverse as it should be. It suffers because it is clearly front loaded with few standouts later on the album. When they manoeuvre themselves away from their formula they are able to produce something rather special. They just don’t quite do it enough.
Matteo De Bellis - Vocals (harsh) (2015-present) - See also: Golem, ex-Ad Noctem Funeriis, ex-Requiem K626
Alessio Morella - Bass (2001-present)
Domenico Murgolo - Guitars (2001-2009, 2011-present) - See also: ex-Absentia
Carmine Cristallo - Vocals (2001-2009, 2013-present)
Ruggiero Scassano - Drums (2015-present)
01. Phantoms or Drones 06:17
02. All Meanings They've Torn 04:45
03. Nexus 05:00
04. Escape from Leviathan 04:55
05. Evilution 05:51
06. Living in Another World (Talk Talk cover) 04:56
07. Dark Star Renaissance 04:07
08. Self-Proclaimed Gods 05:22
09. Limitless 04:48
10. The Disease Is Human Emotion 03:09
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