A Dying Planet review from Manofmuchmetal.com

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A Dying Planet review from Manofmuchmetal.com

Postby erikro » Wed Aug 15, 2018 7:36 pm

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Re: A Dying Planet review from Manofmuchmetal.com

Postby Man Of Much Metal » Mon Sep 10, 2018 4:02 pm

Thanks for sharing my review - it's a great album!
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Re: A Dying Planet review from Manofmuchmetal.com

Postby BC » Mon Sep 10, 2018 9:33 pm

It’s a hell of an album! Resist slays me.
Is a song titled "Everybody Dies" supposed to sound so happy?
Doom, gloom, the World goes boom! None will be spared, so don't assume. Not ragged clothed nor silver spooned. You're all the same when extinction looms!

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Re: A Dying Planet review from Manofmuchmetal.com

Postby LarryD » Tue Sep 11, 2018 7:34 am

This is an excellent disc indeed ....... never thought Troy could sing like that ....... it tells you how good they thought Erik was at the time of Zero Hour, although I doubt that Troy wanted to sing in Zero Hour while playing crazy bass like that .......

The disc is almost surreal in vibe .....like another version of Cynthesis. It's a soul searching disc for sure once you start reading or listening to the lyrics......

It just goes to show that when the brothers get together in any way -- magic happens. No different here........

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Re: A Dying Planet review from Manofmuchmetal.com

Postby LarryD » Wed Sep 12, 2018 1:07 pm

It's way too short -- that said - it's very melancholy and I can feel the anguish in Troy's voice. I'm not sure I want a longer version of this type of music, only because the lyrics are a downer - but completely understood. I don't think this is a disc for those in despair - that is for sure. But the way this is done - is absolutely beautiful.


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