9 Replies to “ Fractal Point - Atheist - Elements (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. But in the album Elements, ATHEIST walks on the thin line between interesting innovation and annoying experimentalism. Some times closer from a side than other. Someone doesn't know this band and look the cover and read the track list (1. Green / 2. Water / 3. Samba Briza / 4. Air / 5. Displacement / 6. Animal / 7. Mineral / 8. Fire / 9 /5(7).
  2. Easily the most accessible of Atheist 's three albums, 's Elements was recorded under duress from the band's record company, which forced them back into the studio after their initial breakup in order to fulfill their contractual obligations. But remarkably, the group rose to the challenge, delivering another highly accomplished set that illustrated both a natural evolution 8/
  3. Feb 19,  · Artist: Atheist / Album: Elements (Reissue) Subscribe to Season Of Mist for new releases: vehandcamurcpogeab.eledarednilolifzatarewinmehl.co?sub_confirmation=1.
  4. It's not 5/5 because of Fractal Point, some bits in the Elements song, and the production. It's not /5 becuase the music is so awesomely written, arranged, set out, and played. It's heavy without being too heavy, and the jazz stuff is a really good balance to make up the other side of the songs where the heaviness isn't.
  5. Elements is the third studio album released by American technical death metal band Atheist. It was released on August 30, by Music for Nations in Europe and by Metal Blade Records in the US. Elements was reissued by Relapse Records in and was digitally remastered with the addition of six bonus tracks.
  6. "Elements" is the 3rd full-length studio album by US, Florida based technical/progressive metal act Atheist. The album was released through Music for Nations in Europe and through Metal Blade Records in the US in August /5(17).
  7. Atheist is a death metal band from Florida, USA, founded in by vocalist/guitarist Kelly Shaefer, guitarist Rand Burkey, bassist Roger Patterson, and drummer Steve Flynn. The band is known for their technical playing style. Their album Unquestionable Presence () is regarded as a landmark of the death metal genre.

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