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Watchmaker - Erased From The Memory Of Man Album

Watchmaker - Erased From The Memory Of Man Album
Title:
Erased From The Memory Of Man
Performer:
Watchmaker
Style:
Hardcore, Black Metal
Released:
2005
Catalog:
WT-039
Country:
US
MP3 album size:
2358 mb
FLAC album size:
2271 mb
Genre:
Label:
Willowtip

Tracklist


1Visiting Plague / Blood Freezing Violence2:19
2Conquering A Dead Planet1:27
3Failing Upwards2:10
4Inescapable Melancholy1:40
5Scaffold Of Deception1:32
6Bonepile Of False Assumptions1:18
7Irrevocable Change1:18
8Lice Crawling Humanity0:58
9Infidelity's Eyestabbing Unease1:05
10Relentless Post Mortem Killing0:48
11Gunpoint Stoicism1:46
12Swept From All Existence1:58
13Dawn Of Indifference / Nuked To Ashes1:46
14Oncrushing Advance2:08
15Therapeutic Dirt Nap2:27
16Mourning Breath1:38


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MOSH338CDWatchmaker Erased From The Memory Of Man ‎(CD, Album)EaracheMOSH338CDEurope2005
MOSH338CDWatchmaker Erased From The Memory Of Man ‎(CD, Album, Promo)EaracheMOSH338CDEurope2005


Credits


  • BassNicholas Kirlis
  • DrumsMichael Garret
  • GuitarMark York, Paul Vaughan
  • VocalsBrian Livoti


Notes


Written and recorded in June / July of 2005 at New Alliance Studios, Boston, MA.

"The common denominator of the universe is not harmony - It's chaos, hostility, and murder."
Werner Herzog, Grizzly Man


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 7 90168 52362 5


Album


Erased From The Memory Of Man - Watchmaker. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Album 2005 16 Songs. More By Watchmaker. Kill Crush Destroy. Co-Axial Escapement. After a dreadfully mediocre first album of ponderous death metal, Watchmaker shifted gears on their follow-up, 2003's Kill. That album consisted of little more than under-60-second blasts of speedcore and was, in a different way, just as boring as their debut. Third time's the charm, sort of, because Erased from the Memory of Man finally hits a decent balance between brief noise blurts like Relentless Post Mortem Killing and longer death metal tunes like Therapeutic Dirt Nap. Bands like Boston's very own Watchmaker are a classic example of grind at its disgusting best and Erased From The Memory Of Man is the opus of Watchmaker's short yet unforgettable career. Opening track Dawn Of IndifferenceNuked To Ashes fulfills the promise that Watchmaker are f ing pissed and you're going to sit down and hear about it. The crushing guitars mixed with feedback and screams that would make grown men cry blaze by at ass kicking speeds and most of the album follows in this same vein. Much of Erased. and its dynamics can feel quite daunting and horri. Swept From All Existence - Watchmaker. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Watchmaker : Erased from the Memory of Man,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Caused by playing Watchmaker album while still drinking morning coffee. Listen 2 Feel like Watchmaker play grindcore. Normally I sort of like grindcore because the riffs fly out thick and fast and the songs dont get boring. However, I think Watchmaker hate grindcore, because they sound unreasonably angry about everything. Is that a legitimate criticism of an angry genre of music Am I just a bitter person. Listen 3 Despite thinking there was no variety on Erased from the Memory of Man, I managed to get through the whole album while paying attention and found there are some differences between songs. Had to eat a whole block of chocolate for strength. Dawn of Indifference, Nuked to Ashes 1:47 2. Oncrushing Advance 2:08 3. Conquering a Dead Planet 1:28 4. Irrevocable Change 1:18 5. Scaffold of Deception 1:33 6. Gunpoint Stoicism 1:46 7. Bonepile of False Assumptions 1:19 8. Relentless Post Mortem Killing 0:49 9. Therapeutic Dirt Nap 2:28 10. Listen free to Watchmaker Erased From the Memory of Man Dawn Of Indifference, Nuked To Ashes, Oncrushing Advance and more. 16 tracks 26:18. Once more, Watchmaker has graced us with another album filled to the brim with crusty noise blasts and throat tearing vocals, but it seems as though with 'Erased from the Memory of Man' they have slightly toned down their sonic attack. Do not misunderstand, Watchmaker has not mellowed out there sound, quite the opposite actually, but it seems as though the tracks I dare not call them songs on the record are more focused and direct assualts on the sense. The production seems to have gone in a much more lofi direction, slightly dirty, and perfect for the record bringing to mind the


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