Isis - In A Sense download album
- Album: In A Sense
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Oceanic (2002) is the second studio album of the american post-metal band Isis (LA, California). The band was active till June 2010.
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Isis (sometimes stylized ISIS) was an American heavy metal band founded in Boston, Massachusetts in 1997 and later based in Los Angeles. The band borrowed from and helped to evolve the post-metal sound pioneered by bands such as Neurosis and Godflesh, characterized by lengthy songs focusing on repetition and evolution of structure. Isis's last studio album, Wavering Radiant, was released on May 5, 2009. Isis disbanded in June 2010, just before the release of a split EP with the Melvins
The logical expansion of Isis' multiple personalities yield "In the Absence of Truth", their latest monster full-length. It only makes sense that the 'atmospheric' parts are even more haunting (yet, uplifting) and the 'heavy' parts are even more brutal and crushing
Album Name In a Sense. Wydawcy Self-Released. Styl muzycznyMelodic Death. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0. 2. Body Bag. 3. Skeleton Figure. 5. Swimming the Witch.
Both Panopticon and Oceanic represent maximum points in Isis creative process, and i am sure there is no Panopticon without Oceanic. Try to play it chronogically one after the other. For me it makes perfect sense. The Isis creation function is bimodal.
Not Now. Album Sense.
Isis aren't always heavy. They employ huge guitar sounds, but have shifted to subtler writing techniques. There's quite a lot more legitimate "singing" on In the Absence of Truth. The song structures are twisted and elongated and are probably supposed to be more epic. Essentially, it's a good new age metal album. Supposedly Isis were worried about touring with Tool, thinking their rabid fans wouldn't tolerate another particular brand of metal
The logical expansion of Isis' multiple personalities yield In The Absence Of Truth, their monster full-length. It only makes sense that the 'atmospheric' parts are even more haunting (yet, uplifting) and the 'heavy' parts are even more brutal and crushing
More than anything, the album demonstrates Isis' sense of discovery: underneath every crisp chord, every growl, every bit of convoluted storyline there something waiting to be unearthed. This not only makes Oceanic a fascinating listen, but also gives it a nearly infinite amount of replay value-something one wouldn't expect after the "novelty" of Isis' unique approach to metal wears off.