Four Phantoms CD, Import
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"Four Phantoms" still consists of the same two-man team with only a drum and bass guitar but how can you tell!? I would swear that if I didn't know already there were no lead guitars, I wouldn't believe it if you told me this was all done on a bass guitar. Dylan Desmond uses the 6-string bass to not only deliver the crushing low but also the melodic highs. When I first heard the beginning of Judgement, In Fire I - Garden (Of Blooming Ash) I was hooked just from the crashing drums and then the primal growl accompanied with the notes I thought were coming from a guitar. I will say though that the first track, Suffocation, A Burial: 1 - Awoken (Breathing Teeth) is probably my favorite on this album. From halfway through the song to the 22 minute end, I feel like it switches up way more than any other track they've done and always kept me interested of what will come next in this view of death by being buried alive. I actually could imagine myself being trapped in a casket underground while still being alive and feeling the hopelessness yet urge to break out of this grave. But in the end...there is not escape.
So why 4 and not 5? I still think a 4 star is amazing but like I said in the beginning, there was just something missing and I think it was the more...how do I say?..."intimate" moments where we are only hearing the sad, dark tune of a melancholic bass.