In The Woods Review
Cease The Day Album Review
In The Woods New Album
Heavy Metal Review
From the onset [Cease The Day], it’s empirically clear that In The Woods are undoubtedly a group of extremely talented musicians and songwriters. They show no interest in simply being in a band for the sake of being in a band and praying for endorsement or validation, a path many modern bands seem to think will be their rite of passage into becoming revered as pioneers in their respected genre by their contemporaries, and peers alike. Cease The Day is a prime example of true musicianship, innovation, and mastery of instruments.
Vocally, James Fogarty delivers an impressively diverse range and style of vocal. Pushing the boundaries of melody, and harsh tones, whilst not going over the top as many death/progressive metal bands tend to try and achieve. Usually failing. If anything, the extended use of melodic vocals throughout the record has breathed new life into the bands overall sound. Progressive and dark metal generally tends to go completely overkill with the “demonic” style vocals and it can often destroy an album. In The Woods have achieved, what is usually an extremely difficult task, extraordinary balance and even insight into the inner workings of tone and audio juxtaposition. These traits really define the unique sound throughout the record.
Cease The Day is passionate, from the heart, and a true testament to great musicianship.
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