Автор: Бах | 24 марта 2010 | Просмотров: 3601Mp3, Lossless
Nights Like These - The Faithless (2006)
Исполнитель: Nights Like These Альбом: The Faithless Жанр: Deathcore | Sludgecore Страна: United States (Memphis, Tennessee) Качество: 320 kbps CDRip (Lame 3.93.1) | Flac 1024 kbps +.Cue +Log Размер: 60 Mb | 202 Mb
Треклист: 1. Storming Valhalla 2:04 2. Head Of Medusa 2:50 3. Destroy the Stairs 1:31 4. Scavenger's Daughter 3:10 5. Memento Mori 1:20 6. Ghost Town Rituals 5:05 7. Symphony For The Plague 1:16 8. Bury The Messenger 1:52 9. We Were Meant For Ruin 2:01 10. Eternal Tempest 2:20 11. Let The Waters Overtake Us 3:06 Playing Time: 26:44
Band: Billy Bottom - Vocals Matt Qualls - Guitar Patrick Leatherwood - Drummer Derren Saucier - Guitar Sebastian Rios - Bass
The Faithless is the debut full-length album by Nights Like These. Hailing from Memphis, Tennessee mathcore outfit Nights Like These make their debut with “The Faithless” on Victory Records. Nights Like These is technical mathcore | sludge | metalcore – yet somehow “The Faithless” doesn’t forsake raw emotion and the occasional inclusion of melody and creative breakdowns.
Upon hearing “The Faithless” it is readily apparent that Nights Like These are similar to The Red Chord and Between the Buried and Me. This similarity lies in the way that the band changes paces frequently and somewhat unpredictably. The band adds timely death metal-like blast beats, an overall intensity that is not too dissimilar from grindcore, yet contains some doom-like elements not unlike Mastodon.
The eleven tracks on “The Faithless” blaze by in 26 minutes – it’s a helluva ride while it is happening, but something is amiss as there isn’t much substance to absorb after the fact. I might be missing the point – either that or a few years down the road I, along with others, might look back on “The Faithless” as something along the lines as the beginning of the post-metalcore sound. But I think we’re all a long way from being there to make that determination.
“The Faithless” will definitely appeal to fans of modern metalcore; it definitely appeals to me as I’m often in the mood where The Red Chord and A Life Once Lost completely fit the bill. Just not certain Nights Like These’s “The Faithless” has the staying power to appeal to a broader range of metal fans.
“The Faithless” was produced by Nights Like These and Andreas Magnusson.