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by Perpetuate

With blistering guitar solos and soaring soprano vocals, the debut CD from Ontario's PERPETUATE is a thrilling epic of powerful riffs, dark grooves, and symphonic sequences.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Power Metal
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1. Above and Beyond
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2. Inside Out
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3. Chrysalis
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4. The Last Stand
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Perpetuate is a heavy metal band hailing from Windsor, Ontario.  Guitarists Jamie Hush and Chris Rafinski join forces with drummer Mike Wiznuk and Calvin Love on bass to deliver hard-hitting, high-energy tunes reminiscent metal's golden age. The band is fronted by keyboardist Kim McInnis, whose voice weaves beauty and aggression into soaring soprano melodies over a roaring symphony of guitars. With classical inspiration and strong influences in modern metal and progressive music, Perpetuate is seeking the perfect balance of technicality and clarity in song-writing.



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Tye Windibank

Perpetuate 2011
(3.5/5) - CDBABY where's your half stars?

First and foremost, I am not a huge power metal fan. I am a dyed-in-the wool pure metal kind of listener. I don't really care for keyboards in the metal mash-up, but this brings me to my point... Perpetuate keeps it interesting by not overdoing it and just riffing for the sake of technical riffing.

- Interesting tempos all over the disc
- Awesome solo shredding and rhythm behind it all
- Songwriting has flow, you're not often if at all left wondering where the groove is
- Pretty original sound
- Their live show is very tight and epic on average nights

- I like to feel empowered/raging/blown away when listening to metal. I was definitely 100% blown away by the guitar shredding and rhythm sections on this album but at points drifting away on the vocals/choruses.
- This almost isn't even qualified to be a dislike because i'm positive these guys can write way out of the box with their musical talent in the band... but I would have liked to see more variety on a full length.

Overall a record these guys should be proud of... there's technicality, flow, and grace all over it. It'll be making a few spins at beer pong tables to really drum up epic pressure and surroundings. As far as I can see it's only the beginning of a dedicated career for Perpetuate.