Sunday, 30 March 2014


Year:  1991
Country:  US
City:  Raleigh, North Carolina
Label:  Earache
Format:  CD
Tracks:  9
Time:  42 min.
Genre:  rock
Style:         Avantgarde Metal

CONFESSOR made its mark on the underground metal scene in the late 80's by combining some of the genre's essential elements in a way that no band had attempted yet, and that few, if any have successfully blended since. Once dubbed "the world's most obstinately technical metal band", CONFESSOR never failed to bewilder their fans with ability to follow huge gut-wrenching guitar harmonies and wailing vocals with intricately woven riffs that could not be assigned time signatures. The band stood alone on an island it had created in a sea of redundant, cookie cutter metal bands until putting their instruments down in 1994. CONFESSOR  is a generally considered as a doom metal band, but their technically complex interpretation of traditional doom style, they are also a well-known name within progressive metal circles and continuous changes of tempo, become the band in a "isolated style" only mark of the own band. To date, the band has released two full-length studio albums. In 2004 the band returned and recorded a new ep and after a long album. This debut here from 1991 was made with different covers, so, don´t surprise If you see one, two or three different cover designs for the same album. Anyway this is an album highly recommended even for those who dislike Metal genre.
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