Derelict | Unspoken Words

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Unspoken Words

by Derelict

Progressive death metal that includes elements from all styles of metal as well as from far-ranging styles of music.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Death Metal
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1. Machete
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2. Pirates
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3. Summoning the Firestorm
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4. Forth With the Herd
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5. Polarized
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6. Xenocide
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7. The Blood of Life
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8. Unspoken Words Part 0: Ripe With Martyrs
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9. Unspoken Words Part 1: Demonizing
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10. Unspoken Words Part 2: Never Reborn
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11. Unspoken Words Part 3: Surrounded by Decline
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12. Unspoken Words Part 4: The Names of the Dead
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Album Notes
Review originally published on Munson's Metal Madness:

Derelict’s sound is something like that of Strapping Young Lad, but their style is much different. It’s very much a melodic death metal style with a hint of progressive thrash. Grinding guitars, angular riffage, pounding drums, and all sorts of other fun stuff.

The album begins with what might be the album’s first single, “Machete”. This song really sets the mood excellently for the tracks that come forth and rip faces off. After the very serious sounding album opener, “Pirates” has a somewhat silly sounding tone to it — that is, until the distorted guitars kick in with a BIG scream. I was shocked at how brutal and brash that they made that melody sound.

The metal train just keep storming along through the next few songs, until the first breath of air at the track “Xenocide” which has a nice acoustic interlude using guitar tones and a style like you would hear from many different songs by Rodrigo y Gabriela. After the minute-long break, it’s back to face smashing.

The first section of the “Unspoken Words” isn’t even really a song, but just a small 40 second long filler track (I honestly don’t really get it, but it passes by fast). Beyond that song, this set of songs really showcase how progressive this band can be, whereas the first section of songs were pretty standard progressive thrash/melodic death songs. The last few songs are a bit more ‘mathy’ in nature, but still seem familiar to the fairly unique style that Derelict has constructed.

For a first full-length effort, this album delivers. I don’t know what it is about Canadian metal bands, but they all seem to have their own things going for them, and it almost always seems to work (namely Into Eternity and Strapping Young Lad) – Derelict is no exception to this. An incredibly strong effort from a band I firmly believe will explode onto the scene when they get signed, go on tour, and actually release this album come springtime.

Track picks: “Machete”, “Pirates”, and “Xenocide”

Overall score: 9 out of 10 devil horns


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