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AZURE EMOTE

The Gravity Of Impermanence

(Selfmadegod)

Reviewed by : Greg Pratt
Rating : 8.0

Normally, things like this just bug me and also sound hopelessly scattered and unfocused: a project that is the "brainchild" (ugh) of one guy, with a bunch of pals helping out, to create something artsy, unique, and different. Yeah, it's got trouble written all over it. But hold up, because this guy happens to have spent time in MONSTROSITY, VILE, DIVINE RAPTURE, and ABRAXAS, so he knows what he's doing. And he's got pals from DEATH, FEAR FACTORY, MONSTROSITY, RUMPELSTILTSKIN GRINDER and others helping him out... so, okay, we're listening. This hour-long disc is rooted in death metal but veers way off to the tech/prog side of things, adding in tons of experimental nods (keys, violins, harmonica, saxophone... uh, apparently there's a "keytar solo" on here, but let's pretend that didn't happen), creating an, admittedly, enjoyable and fun listen, although one that tries really really hard to try your patience. It's the second album for AZURE EMOTE, and the skill is obviously there, along with the ambition and the ideas. Whether or not you can handle eight-minute tunes with operatic vocals (female, male, you name it) and piano within this experimental DM framework is totally up to you; me, I appreciate the talent and forward-thinking minds at work here, hence the high mark, but I tune out after enjoying two or three of these lengthy, scattered tunes.



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