Antithesis is the fourth studio album by technical death metal band Origin. It was released through Relapse Records, on April 1, 2008. It peaked at on the Billboard Top Heatseekers chart. This is the band's last album to feature guitarist and founding member Jeremy Turner.
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Band Name Origin (USA). Album Name Antithesis. Дата релиза 01 Апрель 2008. Лейблы Relapse Records. I listened to Echoes of Decimation and thought there was a lot of good, in fact much more good than bad, but it was a tough pill to swallow at times. My bone with them was A) too many vocals, B) "tech demo" like sweep patterns that could get a bit tiring. Well Origin seem to have upped their craft and Antithesis is a quite enjoyable listen. While the band remains unequivocally technical, it's nice to see some occasional subdued playing from Ryan and Turner. The sweeps are still there but there is room left for actual riffs and leads, yes, traditional leads.
Antithesis is the fourth studio album by technical death metal band Origin.
Antithesis Information. Track listing (Songs). The independently released album had 10 songs: Netherworld Scroll 29 - intro Breeding the Beast Sword of Mouth The Curse Limbo The Web Secret Fires Plastic Descend - instrumental. Recorded at Audio Works Studios, Cleveland, OH, USA Produced by Antithesis. 1). LightListener (80/100).
Antithesis Faster, heavier, and decidedly more advanced than anyone could have ever envisioned metal becoming, Antithesis is a modern day death metal classic, which proves Origin stand head and shoulders above their peers. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Antithesis is not the hugest step up from their previous album but rather improves and tightens up all the loose bolts that put Echoes of Decimation into the ‘stens’ pile. They have also sped up their hyper blasting drums and guitars to levels that are truly going to be difficult for other bands to match. Guitar riffs grind and pulverize while being executed with surgical precision throughout. Sweep picking arpeggios are still aplenty here but not in over excess like on Origin’s last album.