Monday, May 9, 2011

The Project Hate - Review - Bleeding The New Apocalypse

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Alright, Here we are once again for our weekly fan choice review. This week we're review an album by "The Project Hate" and it's their newest work, "Bleeding The New Apocalypse" Thanks to everyone who voted, Except for my friend Zartin, "Who added and voted for Ke$sha" I hate you Zartin! 

I've been a fan of the band for a few years. Their 2003 album, "Hate, Dominate, Congregate, Eliminate" is my personal favorite. They've always had a pretty Unique sound, They play a mixture of, Death Metal, Melodic, Industrial, and they can be pretty thrashy sometimes as well. 

The album starts off with the track "Iesus Nazarenus Servus Mei" Right away when the song starts you know they have changed a lot. They've always had a smidgen of Thrash in their sound but it's overwhelming apparent on this song. They even bust out some obviously Megadeth inspired riffs in the latter part of the track.

Another thing I noticed right away, They have a new female vocalist. And well I don't like her much at all. Their former vocalist, "Jo Enckell" Was amazing and I loved her work. I'm not digging the new female vocalist to much. Jo is just on a whole other level when it comes to talent. It's a shame she's no longer in the band. 

A Revelation of Desecrated Heavens, Kinda feels like a return to form for the band. Really cool stuff going on in this track, Could totally pass off as a extra track from, "Hate, Dominate, Congregate, Eliminate" They even have some sick backwards vocals near the halfway mark. 

All in all though I was pretty letdown by this album. Just not feeling it to much. And with my dislike of the new female vocalist it just puts a stamp on it.

If this is your first time hearing the band you will probably enjoy this album. But if you've been a fan for awhile and you know their previous work you should feel it's a disappointment as well.



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