Echidna | Manifests Of Human Existence

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Manifests Of Human Existence

by Echidna

Progressive/Experimental Death Metal, music ranging from atmospheric moody moments to furious headbanging.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Death Metal
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1. Whispers
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2. Political Sickness in D# Hijaz Kar
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3. Grieving Silence
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4. Dogma of Cain
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5. Tractatus Cerebri act I, To Be
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6. Tractatus Cerebri act II, Driven Into
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7. Tractatus Cerebri act III, A Twisted State of Mind
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8. The Pendulum
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9. Human Serpent
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10. In Fathomless Depths
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Echidna from Greece, after releasing a demo in 2006 which was selected by Metal Hammer as "Suggestion Of The Month" and by Zero Tolerance as "Demo Of The Issue", come back in 2010 with their debut album, "Manifests Of Human Existence". The pre-release promo version of the album was selected once again by Metal Hammer as "Suggestion Of The Month". Their influences and musical style is a combination of Atheist's and Necrophagist technical skills, Death's catchy riffs, Meshuggah's mathematical approach and Cynic's avantgarde melodies, adding atmospheric elements, and even folk instruments.


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Daniel

technical exuberance
I bought this blindly, it was quite cheap. I was highly surprised by a technical death metal band, with melodic sense and crazy tempo patterns, excellent atmospheres and playing. Better than Obscura, Death or Atheist if you asked me.