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Saturday, 16 July 2011

Abysmal Dawn - Leveling the Plane of Existence [2011]

Quick Note:Somewhat contrary to what Persona 101 wrote, I will not always be posting found links. That was originally the plan, but it's really not great policy.

Anyway, glad to be on-board Court in the Act! I'll save all the introduction stuff for another time(probably never). Our readers will learn more about me as time goes on.

One thing I do like is competent, catchy Technical Death Metal that is not loaded with mindless wank. That's exactly what you are getting with Abysmal Dawn's Leveling the Plane of Existence. It's and album chock full of satisfying riffs, satisfying songwriting and satisfying production. I say satisfying only because Leveling the Plane of Existence is not one of those "Oh my fucking god! This is the greatest fucking thing I have ever fucking heard!" kind of Death Metal albums. It's merely good, which is a damn good thing. In fact, after listening to this album, I am convinced the California based Death Metal crew could write and release a competent, fun Death Metal album every three months. They make it look way too easy(and yet we have to wait 8 years for a Illud Divinum Insanus. You mad, Morbid Manson?)

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