Another new addition to the UNEARTH arsenal is the use of eight-string guitars, which adds a beefy, growling effect to the title track and "Letting Go" ; the latter tune also features the highlight of the album's lead work. Perhaps a bit formulaic, "Grave Of Opportunity" tips its hat to "Master Of Puppets" a bit with an acoustic interlude that climaxes back into explosiveness and harmonies galore, while the surprisingly rocking "The Chosen" will come to be the band's new live anthem.
Several comparisons can be made to the group's last two efforts, but it's obvious that progress has been made in both the songwriting and performance departments. In taking these steps forward, UNEARTH has been careful to not sacrifice any of the elements that have concreted their signature sound. Saturday 7 November Sunday 8 November Monday 9 November Tuesday 10 November Wednesday 11 November Thursday 12 November Friday 13 November Saturday 14 November Sunday 15 November Monday 16 November Tuesday 17 November Wednesday 18 November Thursday 19 November Friday 20 November Saturday 21 November Sunday 22 November Monday 23 November Tuesday 24 November Wednesday 25 November Thursday 26 November Friday 27 November Saturday 28 November Sunday 29 November Monday 30 November Tuesday 1 December Wednesday 2 December Thursday 3 December Friday 4 December Saturday 5 December Sunday 6 December Monday 7 December Tuesday 8 December Wednesday 9 December Thursday 10 December Friday 11 December Saturday 12 December Sunday 13 December Monday 14 December Tuesday 15 December Wednesday 16 December Thursday 17 December Friday 18 December Saturday 19 December Sunday 20 December Monday 21 December Tuesday 22 December Wednesday 23 December Thursday 24 December Friday 25 December Saturday 26 December Sunday 27 December Monday 28 December Tuesday 29 December Wednesday 30 December And they used to not sure if they still do have a 2 hour block on Fri and Sat night starting around 11pm where they played nothing but thrash, black, death and old, real punk.
It was pretty cool. I only post this because I have lost all if any to begin with respect for Unearth as musicians. If it were coincidence, then it would be one thing, but the connection between Unearth and Something Must Die is obvious. No one should ever buy their CD or go to their concert again. Name required. Mail will not be published required.
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