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There's enough going on instrumentally to keep the listener interested throughout, and there is certainly a lot of melody throughout this release. The occasional solo is also a nice addition to this album, in songs such as "Breathe Me In". Vocalist Steven McCorry has a wide vocal range, with the ability to sing, scream highs and growl guttural lows. He also provides plenty of emotion throughout this album, and despite the electronic nature of the album, his cleans sound relatively natural.
One thing I've always disliked in a lot of these "Electronicore" bands like Abandon All Ships is the inclusion of autotune in the clean vocals; it rids it of emotion and they may as well not be included.
As far as balancing out the electronics with the metal, Exotype have almost completely nailed it on this release. There are a few times where the electronics still drown out the guitars, such as in "Nanovirus", but overall there is much more of a balance, and the electronics actually improve on the sound and make this band unique enough to stand out from the rest of the pile, whilst remaining incredibly catchy at the same time.
Album closer "Illuminate" is probably the best song on this album, and really showcases how well with a little help from electronica artist DJ Inukshuk the band blends the distorted guitars with the electronics. As of now, it seems relatively uncertain as to whether this band will turn out to be good or bad in years to come.
They definitely have the ability to write catchy, fun songs, and as far as blending Metal with Electronic music is concerned, they have certainly executed it very well on this album.
But whether they can pull this off with their next few releases will only be determined a few years down the line. Needless to say, if you're looking for fun, heavy music which is filled with melody, crushing riffs and electronics darted all over it, then pick this up. You won't be dissappointed. Tweet Recent reviews by this author. The Used Heartwork. Routine natural mutation, interbreeding, and genetic engineering would make an individual immune to the virus's effects.
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