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Burn in Silence - Angel Maker Review

by Brodie

The debut from Boston's Burn In Silence is about as hard hitting as it gets. The album is a relentless onslaught of metal from start to finish, and is well written and produced. About the only setback to the album is the overuse of keys on the album. The keyboard parts could have been less prominent throughout the album, and the listener wouldn't have missed it. I suppose BIS wanted to set themselves apart from other metal bands by including a keyboard player. It isn't necessarily bad, I could just think of better ways to set oneself apart from 'the norm'. All in all, this is a solid effort from a band who's home state has produced the likes of Killswitch Engage, Unearth, Shadows Fall, and All That Remains. It seems that New England is the new home of metal, and BIS is bent on proving that further with their debut outing.

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Burn in Silence - Angel Maker

Label:Prosthetic Records

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