The Discovery is the third studio album by the Chicago-based American band Born of Osiris. It was released through Sumerian Records on March 22, 2011. It is also the first album by the band to use seven string guitars, and was produced solely by members of the band. The demo was produced by Periphery's Misha "Bulb" Mansoor. This is the only album to feature guitarist Jason Richardson. Ronnie Canizaro – lead vocals
Band Name Born Of Osiris. Album Name The Discovery. Data de lançamento 22 Março 2011. This album tends to focus more on the sci-fi themes; and this progression has had some pretty great outcomes. I’ve always really liked these bands that have abstract science fiction based themes and lyrics because (besides being a sci-fi fan myself) it’s nice to see death metal bands looking for other things to write about other than death and destruction; the realms of futurism and science fiction are limitless.
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The Discovery is the second studio album by American metal band Born of Osiris. The demo was produced by Periphery’s Misha Bulb Mansoor. It peaked at 87 on the US Billboard 200. The album artwork was a commissioned piece by Cameron Gray. The Discovery Q&A. Producers Born of Osiris. Writers Born of Osiris. Additional Lyrics Ash Avildsen.
Still a group of young men at the release of their third album, The Discovery, Born of Osiris, the heavy metal band from Chicago, is also unusual in terms of its lineup, boasting six musicians including a dedicated vocalist, Ronnie Canizaro, and a keyboardist, Joe Buras, who sings. It is Buras in particular who helps lift Born of Osiris beyond the category of standard-issue metal band. The drummer, Cameron Losch, and the bassist, David Da Rocha, pummel their instruments in the usual metal fashion, guitarists Jason Richardson and Lee McKinney attack and diddle their instruments as expected
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Born of Osiris have always been at the top of my very small list of melodic ressive shutthe upcore bands I enjoy, and what The Discovery essentially does is make the other contenders null and void. The guitar leads, and instrumentation in general, on the album is phenomenal. It is primarily a guitarist’s album, and non-musicians may have a hard time appreciating the layers of guitar harmonies, keyboard arpeggios and shifty rhythms