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June 2011
Released: 2010, Century Media Records
Rating: 4.5/5
Reviewer: UK Team

Daaths self titled record is great! It’s an absolute plethora of groove and technique, with incendiary head bangingly good songs. A lot of the songs have a fade in to them which helps the tracks, for when they click in they hit you with an immediate punch in the face. It sounds amazing, even on a set of fairly decent headphones it sounds clear and fresh, almost like you’re in the studio hearing the tracks live!

I had my head turned by them on their previous album “The Concealers” although I found the album more appealing and versatile compared to the straight up metal of “The Concealers”. I’m not knocking “The Concealers” but this new self titled is a great step forward. I feel it’s musically and sonically put together better. Tracks like Oxygen Burn, Accelerant and Arch [Enemy] Misanthrope are great and provide a thoroughly interesting end to the album, instead of dwindling off towards the end, this album does get better, I recommend listening to whole way through before calling a judgement on this record. These three, and all the others showcase their quality of musicianship and ability to write some amazing songs.

The production of this record is great! I could go on all day about it but guitarist Eyal Levi and Mark Lewis have done a bang up job. I think they’ve hit a peak with this record, their third on a major label has come at the right time, I expect for the guys in Daath to be hitting some pretty high ground over the next year or so in support of this, I think its about time people stood up and listened to them. And on the basis of this record, they will listen!

Reviewer: Danny Draper
Track Listing

1. Genocidal Maniac
2. Destruction/Restoration
3. Indestructible Overdose
4. Double Tap Suicide
5. The Decider
6. Exit Plan
7. Oxygen Burn
8. Accelerant
9. Arch [Enemy] Misanthrope
10. Manufactured Insomnia
11. A Cold Devotion
12. N.A.T.G.O.D.
13. Terminal Now


Sean Z. – Vocals
Eyal Levi – Guitars
Emil Werstler – Guitars
Jeremy Creamer – Bass
Kevin Talley – Drums

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