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End Of All Reason

Fragmented

I For Us 9

Released on October 1, 2008

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Influenced by bands like Dissection, Neuraxis, Anata, Spawn of Possession, Decapitated, Keep of Kalessin, Opeth, Wintersun, etc. End Of All Reason delivers a refreshing form of melodic death metal with a technical edge. Fans of The Black Dahlia Murder, The Faceless or The Red Chord should dig this! 5 songs but 28 minutes of music.

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Andreas from Dortmund, Germany 
Mar 1 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Okay, now this is pretty hard to describe. I'd say that End Of All Reason play Progressive Deathcore or something like that. Fragmented has got Melodic Death Metal riffs, it has got breakdowns and awesome screaming vocals - but: It also has got some instrumental parts that do not fit into any clich├ęs. All of the songs are also pretty complex, but still memorable. Oh, and those guys are from Belgium (an unknown band - scene points!) and the whole thing has been produced by the bass player of Aborted, so I'd say that open-minded fans of Aborted, Whitechapel and The Eyes Of A Traitor should give this a listen. You won't regret it!








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