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Band: Burial in the Sky Album: Creatio et Hominus Type: Full-length Released: June 1, 2018 Genre: Technical Death Metal Country: United States (Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania) Quality: mp3 320 kbps Label: Independent. Tracklist: 1. Nexus 2. Tesla 3. Nautilus' Cage 4. The Pivotal Flame 5. Psalms of the Deviant 6. 5 Years 7. Creatio et Hominus.
Band Name Burial In The Sky. Album Name Creatio et Hominus. Released date 01 June 2018. Labels Self-Released. Music StyleTechnical Death. Members owning this album1.
Creatio et Hominus (2018) by Burial in the Sky. Labels: Independent. Genres: Technical Death Metal, Progressive Metal Members: James Tomedi, Zach Strouse, Sam Stewart.
Though Creatio et Hominus looks like an album I’d really enjoy, I can’t remember any of it. After listening to it dozens of times in the last few weeks, I can’t recall much about it at all except the monotonous deathcore vocals that ruin the mood of almost every song. The album slides between spaced-out prog and Rivers of Nihil pantomime, tumbles from crunchy guitars to smooth saxophone, and yet the vocals are stuck on one speed and that speed is festival pit incitement. Burial in the Sky do a lot of things right here, and when the pretense of brutality rolls back and the actual pretense comes to the fore, Creatio et Hominus can be quite enjoyable. The title track’s connection of Fallujah and Pink Floyd worship feels both sincere and a bit snarky, lending the album some much-needed character and the listener some much neded rest from those tiresome bellows.
It’s a huge and sophisticated concept that Burial In The Sky are pursuing with this album, but in my judgement they definitely succeeded in doing so. The album is only 36 minutes long, but in that rather short playing time, you are taken on an exciting and engaging journey through all the different sides of the progressive death metal spectrum
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