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Godhead The Shadow Line Review

by Eric Bodrero

I'm not sure what Godhead was thinking here with this "rock" album. Previous efforts had the band happily and harshly pounding out industrial chords and electronic noise effortlessly and quite pleasingly to fans. However, they took a weird "melodic rock" turn here, which was a turn for the worse. Here, they take the harmonic and melodic parts of bands like Killswitch Engage and Sevendust, and lay them over crunchy guitars and mainstream rock beds. Then they stripped out all even hints of industrial music and replaced them with Creed-like jams. It's really pretty bad. I recommend skipping this if you're looking for that classic industrial/metal sound they've been known for. Let's hope they realize that the world been there done and that with this soft crap, and the last thing we need are bands imitating other bands that no longer exist and sucked anyway.

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