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Prey For Sleep - ...A Bitter Beginning (CD)

Prey For Sleep
...A Bitter Beginning
by Yiannis Dafopoulos at 01 July 2008, 3:44 PM

Not one more of these melodic Death Metal bands with Thrash and Hardcore touches that think they have managed to create something new. Why don't you admit that you play something that thousands of bands play out there?

The Austin based metallers were formed in 2006 debuting with a 5 song EP. After some live performances the band decided to record its debut full-length effort with producer Tim Gerron (M.O.D./DEADHORSE).

To tell you the truth, I got really bored from the very first time I listened to this album. PREY FOR SLEEP's music is nothing more than a sample of typical melodic Thrash/Death Metal with some Hardcore touches or if you prefer… Metalcore. I read a review that the one who wrote it said that they sound like PANTERA on steroids. I am sorry if I disappoint him but these guys have absolutely nothing to do with the great Texas metallers.

I have run out of words to describe such releases since they have flooded the market and I am not really sure why someone should spend his time and money on these bands. If they try harder they may produce something much better than this album, but for the time being they have nothing that could tempt me spend some time on them.

 

2 Star Rating

Tracklist:
Escape
Death To Reason
Bridges Were Meant To Be Burned
This Is How People Die
A Bitter Beginning
Empires Of Blood And Lust
Sins Of Unrest
Reborn
Eliminate All Rational Thought
The Frailty Of Words
Lineup:
Hunter Townsend - Vocals
Jason Powell - Guitar
Matthew Carey - Guitar
Phillip Lejuene - Bass
Dave Swanson - Drums
Record Label: Self Released
     


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