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Artrosis - In the Flowers Shade Review

by Mike Rapin

No. No. No. I have no idea how the hell I came upon this review, but I haven't heard anything so bad as Artrosis'In the Flowers Shade in my life. Honestly, this album isn't even worth a full review. But to do this band a little justice, I will proceed:

The album begins with what I thought was a dying woman moaning played over some terrible guitar/synth/drums, but I realized that it was some woman singing. I laughed a bit at the whole band for a bit realizing that the entire album was this way, and that the people who played the instruments for Artrosis must have worked for some terrible movie production agency before becoming a band because each song sounds like it belongs in something put out by Wizard Entertainment or some lame company in that direction.

Seriously, these guys couldn't get more repetitive and unoriginal. Each song moans and moans and moans and moans. I seriously thought the singer was dying. Then of course each song makes me feel like I should kill myself. Don't forget that part.

Track Listing:
1. Unreal Story I
2. Unreal Story II
3. White Page
4. ?
5. And I Will
6. Morpheus
7. Among Flowers and Shadows
8. The Following Chapter
9. ?
10. Two Ways
11. We
12. [Unknown]

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