Cacophony - Speed Metal Symphony Review
MonkeyDAthos
Jan 16 2011, 09:16 PM
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was hoping releasing an article about Moonspell but wasn't able so had to improvised a little q:

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Ben Higgins
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Enjoyable review, Monkey smile.gif

Most of the criticism I've ever read about the album has always been towards the vocals... I personally don't find them that bad.. the lyrics aren't brilliant but I think the whole package works well. I've always loved the solid and thick rhythm guitars and the drumming is definitely brilliant ! Bass on the album was played by Marty Friedman himself smile.gif

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Jan 19 2011, 02:42 PM
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Great review. I have to agree on almost everything you wrote. I would also suggest you to listen and do a review on the second album named "Go Off", as I personally think that the songs are much better. Both the guitar and the vocal melodies are more sophisticated, and the drums and bass form a killer backing

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QUOTE (Zsolt Galambos @ Jan 19 2011, 01:42 PM) *
Great review. I have to agree on almost everything you wrote. I would also suggest you to listen and do a review on the second album named "Go Off", as I personally think that the songs are much better. Both the guitar and the vocal melodies are more sophisticated, and the drums and bass form a killer backing



Ty guys, and i will Zsolt for sure!

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Excellent review Renato cool.gif

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QUOTE (Ben Higgins @ Jan 19 2011, 09:25 AM) *
Enjoyable review, Monkey smile.gif

Most of the criticism I've ever read about the album has always been towards the vocals... I personally don't find them that bad.. the lyrics aren't brilliant but I think the whole package works well. I've always loved the solid and thick rhythm guitars and the drumming is definitely brilliant ! Bass on the album was played by Marty Friedman himself smile.gif



i think the vocals here is a bit like dream theare on, must of the people say that james have bad voice but i really' enjoy for example

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For the Jason Becker entry, I would add something about the following
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Jason-Becker...103748259684855

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inspiring movie. We should all be thankful to be able to play the guitar

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