Entity CD, Import
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One of the most intense and technical forces in the contemporary death metal world, Origin have returned to stake their claim as the leaders of metal's new wave of extremity with their fifth studio effort, Entity. Origin continue to churn out frantic, hell-paced slabs of metal, but now they further compliment the arrangements with a new found propensity for churning grooves and the hook-laden approach that first reared its ugly yet accessible head on 2008's Antithesis. On that album cycle, the band peaked at #21 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart, got regular video play on MTV2's Headbanger's Ball, toured as part of Summer Slaughter 2009 as well as part of many other packages. This was truly their breakthrough moment. Now on follow-up and Nuclear Blast debut, Entity, they have a new vocalist and a new lease on life, jumping out of the gates with an amazing tour with Hate Eternal, Vital Remains and Abysmal Dawn. Running June/July, it will be the beginning of a long and powerful reign for these tech death heavyweights.
Keeping with astronomical imagery, prior to Entity listening to Origin was like floating at the edge of an event horizon. The deep darkness before you is appealing and scary at the same time. You feel as though you've lost all direction as your body is being disassembled at a subatomic level. Your mind begins to spin around a spiral of blackness and by the end of the album you feel nothing at the center of the black hole. On Entity, it feels more like floating in empty space and being hit by random bursts of gamma radiation. As you feel like you understand where you are in the vast emptiness, you are struck by a meteorite storm constantly pounding against your head. Both have the end result of oblivion, but go through a different process.