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Maniac's top 25 metal albums! (With links and maybe writeups)

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« Reply #30 on: 02 April, 2011, 07:16:13 pm »

11. Silent Echoes - D Creation

http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=GbLF2eAT1DU
Fadeaway: http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=5dcYMhNX7oE
Drifting Forever: http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=jPGKXgEFU-M

D Creation is another underground melodeath album that I've really grown to like. Visually, this is the most played album scrobbled to my Last.fm account, but there is one other album that has more plays due to unique circumstances. Asleep is the second most played track on my account without any technicalities in the way and, true to form, it's definitely a track that I would rank as a melodeath masterpiece. This is another album that would be contested for its take on melodeath; namely, it has the highest pitched male clean vocals that I've ever heard and it's not focused on being heavy. This album is incredibly melodic; it's easily among the least extreme melodeath albums in existence. It's something repulsive to traditionalist, but the structure of this album is how I would like it, though; it's a ridiculously fun piece that is sorta relaxing as far as melodeath goes. This album is something that sounds incredibly good, but is never intrusive, out of place or exhausting; Silent Echoes is easily the most listenable melodeath album that I've ever encountered.

The reasons why the next album is present should be pretty obvious once I post the album title.
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