Unbeheld Dust Album Review

This week, we will present to you a unique death metal band from Canada; Unbeheld. We will be talking about the band, their sound, music, their debut album Dust and most importantly, the hidden gems in their project.

Unbeheld Dust Album Review

Unbeheld might sound like a regular death metal band to you at first. But believe me, they are not. The more you read about the band, the more you begin to understand and like what they have done. First of all, I really liked the sound on their debut album; Dust. I am a huge Gojira fan, and Unbeheld’s sound has many similarities with Gojira, which works great for their music. Guitars are so strong with high mids. All layers have an excellent connection and balance between them. Especially drums (double bass) and guitars sound exceptional together. I don’t know if it could have done any better

Unbeheld Dust Album Review

Unbeheld Dust Album Review

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Dust, is just the debut album of Unbeheld. In my book, this is a very satisfying start. This album shows great potential. I am convinced that these guys might bring something new (musically) to their genre. As I mentioned before, Unbeheld’s sound in this album at its best. Their progressive side definitely separates them from other hundreds of death metal bands. These musicians have strong technical and musical side, which is a bonus. I mean, any regular death metal band’s technical capability is higher than rock bands. However, if you can combine your theoretical knowledge with your technical skill, this is rather unique. There are thousands of exceptional guitarists out there but there is only one John Petrucci and one Steve Vai.

Another important thing about Unbeheld that I want to underline is the depth in their music and lyrics. Guys, seriously, didn’t you get bored of listening to songs about death, blood, hell, and shit for thousands of years? I did. I am glad to see that there are some other people who think like me. I have respect for every person’s fantasy and their understanding of art. But Pink Floyd’s The Wall album means much more to me than Dream Theater’s fantasy related songs and lyrics (lately). I feel better when I can make a connection with the music. Most probably this is why Unbeheld sat down and wrote their songs about depression and anxiety. One of the most vital problems of the modern world. Almost one out of every ten people is having a depression and they don’t even have any idea about it (which is one of the symptoms of depression). And for artistic people, life is even much more complicated and depressive.

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Unbeheld Dust Album Review

Words are not enough to express how we feel, and this is why we have art. Unbeheld’s aggressive music is the best translator of their feelings. The sound of depression should be aggressive. I have huge respect for what they are trying to do. I also watched their live performances and I glad that I did. I wish Unbeheld the best of luck and recommend them to every metal music fan who are looking for a new aggressive taste. Thanks for reading.

Unbeheld Dust Album Review

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Unbeheld Dust Album Review

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Unbeheld Dust Album Review
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Unbeheld Dust Album Review
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Unbeheld Dust Album Review

Band/Artist: Unbeheld
Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada
Styles: Death Metal
Similar to/RIYL: Decapitated, Deicide, Cannibal Corpse, Gojira, Gorguts
CD: Dust
Release date: July 21st 2017

Accolades:
Went to Vancouver finals for Wacken Metal Battle 2015. First tour (with God Said Kill) begins July 21st this year.

Members/Instruments:

Kyle – Vocals / Guitar / Lyrics
Noah – Guitar
Izzy – Drums / Backing Vocals
Joe – Bass

Unbeheld Dust Album Review

Production: Album recorded at Rain City Recorders by Mark Mckitrick

Tracklisting:

1. Intro
2. Dust
3. Desecrated Ground
4. Lamentation
5. Destroyer
6. Vultures
7. Nothing

Unbeheld Dust Album Review
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