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Scar symmetry (Pitch black progress)

Out of the bands that are usually tagged as Gothenburg metal, Scar Symmetry is one of the bands that get the most positive responses from the metal community. If you aren’t familiar with what is this Gothenburg metal sub-genre, it’s basically a branch of what is usually referred to as Swedish death metal, which is itself really just a sub-genre or melodic death metal. Gothenburg metal was first born in the town of Gothenburg in Sweden before expanding to the rest of Sweden and eventually beyond, and had enough specific elements, noticeably in the grooves and in tone to get its own sub-genre composed of well-known bands like Dark Tranquility and Soilwork. The genre receives most of its negative criticism because of how the clean vocals are used in a “poppier” and maybe more formulaic structure, usually to give punch to the chorus and make it cleaner and catchier.


Tracklist:

01 The Illusionist
02 Slaves To The Subliminal
03 Mind Machine
04 Pitch Black Progress
05 Calculate The Apocalypse
06 Dreaming 24/7
07 Abstracted
08 The Kaleidoscopic God
09 Retaliator
10 Oscillation Point
11 The Path Of Least Resistance
12 Carved In Stone
13 Deviate From The Form

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Biography of Scar symmetry:


Sweden's Scar Symmetry was founded in 2004 by vocalist Christian Älvestam, guitarists Jonas Kjellgren and Per Nilsson, bassist Kenneth Seil, and drummer Henrik Ohlsson -- all of them veterans of numerous prior heavy metal bands (Carnal Forge, Centinex, Altered Aeon, Incapacity, etc.) -- whose diverse gamut of styles ultimately influenced the new project's own eclectic sound. Presented to the masses via 2005's Symmetric in Design debut album, Scar Symmetry's material combines death and power metal with progressive flourishes, drawing positive comparisons to bands like Soilwork and Into Eternity, and promising great things yet to come.



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