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Becoming The Archetype - Terminate Damnation (Solid State Records, USA 2005)
I don't think I would ever go as far as to call an album "perfect". But sometimes I'm tempted to do so. "Terminate Damnation" is an album that has become a part of my everyday life over the years. I listen to this album multiple times almost every week. It simply doesn't get old. It really is that good.
"Terminate Damnation" is the debut album by Atlanta based Progressive Death Metal band Becoming The Archetype and was released in 2005 through Solid State Records.
From traditional and modern Death Metal through Thrash Metal, classical acoustic passages, Hardcore elements and an overall Opethian progressiveness, this album contains an impressive amount of musical elements and influences that result in a record that is anything but generic or predictable. It is a cornucopia of musical creativity. Shifting tempos and unexpected compositional turns make this record an incredibly exciting and interesting listening experience, while the intelligent songwriting arranges all these elements in a logical and coherent way, so that "Terminate Damnation" never sounds ill-conceived or overloaded. Despite its "atypicality", at its core this album is still true Death Metal. Aggressive, heavy, loaded with thrashing riffs, machine gun blast beats and intimidating vocals. This is the soundtrack to spiritual warfare. A majestic, monumental work of art. And my favorite album of all time (probably) (so far).
You can stream and purchase "Terminate Damnation" digitally from Amazon.
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