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Album · 2014 · 10 Songs. Elements of the Infinite Allegaeon.
It's weird to think that it has already been four years since I just happened to download Allegaeon's first album Fragments of Form and Function for my college radio station
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Album Name Elements of the Infinite. 版公司 Metal Blade Records. Allegaeon manages to find the medium in all of that on their third album, Elements of the Infinite, by successfully combining impressive musicianship with strong songwriting and an awareness of what works. Seemingly taking notes from all over the metal spectrum, Allegaeon’s sound is dominantly focused in their tech death, melo death, and groove metal influences with a few exceptions here and there
Allegaeon manages to find the medium in all of that on their third album, Elements of the Infinite, by successfully combining impressive musicianship with strong songwriting and an awareness of what works. Seemingly taking notes from all over the metal spectrum, Allegaeon’s sound is dominantly focused in their tech death, melo death, and groove metal influences with a few exceptions here and there . It seems all different directions the band dips into through the album come together near the end of the album on the hulking, 12-minute Genocide for Praise - Vals for the Vitruvian Man.
As with all Allegaeon albums, Elements of the Infinite is probably best enjoyed in small chunks, one song at a time - just like eating one Mars bar will be quite enjoyable, but eating three you'll feel less and less of the flavor with every next one you eat. At the very least, the album will definitely satisfy those who loved Allegaeon in the first place, though it might not woo those of lukewarm disposition towards the band.
Elements of the Infinite (2014) by Allegaeon. Labels: Metal Blade Records. Genres: Melodic Death Metal, Technical Death Metal Members: Corey Archuleta, Greg Burgess, Ezra Haynes, Brandon Park, Michael Stancel.
Band: Allegaeon Album: Elements of the Infinite Type: Full-length Released: June 24, 2014 Genre: Melodic Death Metal, Technical Death Metal Country: United States (Fort Collins, Colorado) Quality: mp3 320 kbps Label: Metal Blade Records.
Elements of the Infinite is the third studio album by American death metal band Allegaeon. The album was released on June 24, 2014 through Metal Blade Records. This is the band's first release with guitarist Michael Stancel and drummer Brandon Park, and last with original vocalist Ezra Haynes before his departure in 2015. All tracks written by Allegaeon. Ezra Haynes – lead vocals. Greg Burgess – lead guitar, acoustic guitar, classical guitar, orchestration. Michael Stancel – rhythm guitar.
|1||Threshold Of Perception||6:07|
|2||Tyrants Of The Terrestrial Exodus||4:18|
|4||The Phylogenesis Stretch||4:18|
|6||Gravimetric Time Dilation||5:06|
|7||Our Cosmic Casket||5:26|
|9||Through Ages Of Ice - Otzi's Curse||5:39|
|10||Genocide For Praise - Vals For The Vitruvian Man||12:48|
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