Labyrinth Constellation

Artificial Brain - Labyrinth Constellation
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Based on 3 reviews
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Based on 18 ratings
February 18, 2014 / Release Date
LP / Format
Profound Lore / Label
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Sure, Labyrinth Constellation probably won't be the most cutting edge death metal album you'll ever hear, but enjoyment can still be found in it's technicality, grimy recording and what sort of separates Artificial Brain from other bands in this style, which is their sci-fi take on the genre. While the guitar riffs are very technical, it still doesn't over complicate things, sticking with a lot of old fashion death metal tropes, with gutteral vocals, thick distorted guitar/bass, blast beats on ... read more
Artificial Brain debut album "Labyrinth Constellation" is a bleak and desolate take of technical death metal that is forward thinking. The production of this record feels as if you're tangled deep down in a well. The intense drum patterns and the experimental technical guitar rifts flow together very natural. The melodies off this album feels more vigorous as the tracks build up to a climatic climax. I love how this debut album try to push boundaries off this record feeling more ... read more
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philthy, thisisabtlgrnd, erik, patton

Added on: January 13, 2015