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Becoming The Archetype

Terminate Damnation

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Category: Doom Metal
Year: 2005
Label: Solid State Records
Catalog Number: THD73987
Rating: 8.00 out of 10. (6 ratings)

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Seth Hecox guitars, Keys
Brent Duckett drums
Jon Star guitars
Sean Cunningham guitars
Jason Wisdom vocals, bass
1.  March of the Dead  1:42
2.  Into Oblivion  6:01
3.  One Man Parade  4:51
4.  Elegy  11:14
5.  Night's Sorrow  3:51
6.  The Epigone  5:00
7.  Beyond Adaptation  2:34
8.  No Fall Too Far  5:46
9.  Ex Nihilo  3:08
10.  Denoument  1:44
11.  The Trivial Paroxysm  6:35
Total Running Time:  52:26

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From: Stender   ( Date: December 27, 2007 at 19:15
Its nice to see that some of these newer death metal bands can still keep it core. Becoming the Archetype does just that with 'terminate damnation'. These guys can pull off brutal riffs and pummeling blast beats while still able to go into intricate classical breakdowns. their second long awaited album 'The phsyics of fire' was somewhat of a disapointment to me just because the band thought they had to add clean vocals to the mix. but, if you like christian doom/death pick this one up.
From: jesse   (---.) Date: December 28, 2007 at 9:09
a nice mixture of melo-death and core. Lots of piano interludes and instrumental passages to tie all the mayhem together.
From: ultmetal   ( Date: December 29, 2007 at 14:52
I just got this one.(Yes, I am a little behind!) Still trying to digest it. The vocals aren't really my thing. I tired of death metal vox years ago, as every band was using them. The music here sounds great and I agree with jesse that the instrumental passages seem to offer a bit of variety from the more aggressive songs.

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