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Released: 2002, Massacre
Reviewer: Arto Lehtinen
Hmm the new stuff by Disblief. Hmmm I gotta admit not being thrilled about the stuff of Disbelief ever for some bizarre reason. But when getting a hold of their newest Shine I didn’t jump around my flat thrilled instead I was like errgg ; Still around.. Well anyway I turned the cd on the huge sceptical attitude. Actually when listening to the cd and reading the bio made up by their label I couldn’t help wondering why Disbelief is still associated to the death metal category as on Shine Disbelief has dropped the most brutal and outrageous brutal death metal parts and to be honest entirely and instead added more melodic and harmonic guitar oriented and in general the materil of Shine has more been aimed to the rock direction. Once again one band more has changed the style and went to the more bizarre and weird sounding rock direction. Well it is obvious the band claims this is a normal matured step forward from the brutal approach. Bitte….
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