UADA - Cult of a Dying Sun (Full Album) 2018
UADA - Cult of a Dying Sun (Full Album) 2018
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UADA - Cult of a Dying Sun (Full Album)
Tracklist:
1. The Purging Fire 0:06
2. Snakes & Vultures 6:04
3. Cult of a Dying Sun 15:41
4. The Wanderer 23:59
5. Blood Sand Ash 29:37
6. Sphere (Imprisonment) 37:33
7. Mirrors 45:32


Uada are a band that has made their impression in American black metal and with their sophomore album the band successfully proves that they are more than just another melodic black metal band and have not just the potential but the capacity to be great.
“Cult of the Dying Sun” sees the band completely reinventing themselves in the best possible way, everything that made their first album good is exponentially improved and expanded and with this album Uada have successfully found their own voice and style. For this album, the complex and layered musical compositions are have gone from the first album’s streamlined approach into much more dynamic and even atmospheric routes, the songs are longer and feature stronger performances altogether, the bass and drums which weren’t as good as the dual guitars are much more prominent here, which is clear given the band had a lineup shakeup in those departments and the results speak for themselves; the bass is much more forceful and does a better job at complementing the guitars while also standing out on its own, the drumming is more aggressive and even technical than before, going from crushing blast beats into complex rhythms and in keeping the radical changes of pace in the songs. All that is complemented by the excellent dual guitar work of James Sloan and Jake Superchi, their guitar work has been improved ten-fold, their sorrowful harmonies and aggressive speed are complemented by the much more layered melodies and riffing there are times where their guitar work gets into later era Death levels of complex and it creates an excellent sound and all of the performances are held together and carried by Superchi’s vocals which again are excellent and he is able to flex his vocal chords in all ways, everything is here, shrieks, howls, growls and more, Superchi is easily one of the most dynamic vocalists in metal right now and this album is proof of that.

Genre: Melodic Black Metal
Category
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Views: 261
Uploaded: 10 months ago
Duration: 56:02
Videos: 126
Subscribers: 29
Description
UADA - Cult of a Dying Sun (Full Album)
Tracklist:
1. The Purging Fire 0:06
2. Snakes & Vultures 6:04
3. Cult of a Dying Sun 15:41
4. The Wanderer 23:59
5. Blood Sand Ash 29:37
6. Sphere (Imprisonment) 37:33
7. Mirrors 45:32


Uada are a band that has made their impression in American black metal and with their sophomore album the band successfully proves that they are more than just another melodic black metal band and have not just the potential but the capacity to be great.
“Cult of the Dying Sun” sees the band completely reinventing themselves in the best possible way, everything that made their first album good is exponentially improved and expanded and with this album Uada have successfully found their own voice and style. For this album, the complex and layered musical compositions are have gone from the first album’s streamlined approach into much more dynamic and even atmospheric routes, the songs are longer and feature stronger performances altogether, the bass and drums which weren’t as good as the dual guitars are much more prominent here, which is clear given the band had a lineup shakeup in those departments and the results speak for themselves; the bass is much more forceful and does a better job at complementing the guitars while also standing out on its own, the drumming is more aggressive and even technical than before, going from crushing blast beats into complex rhythms and in keeping the radical changes of pace in the songs. All that is complemented by the excellent dual guitar work of James Sloan and Jake Superchi, their guitar work has been improved ten-fold, their sorrowful harmonies and aggressive speed are complemented by the much more layered melodies and riffing there are times where their guitar work gets into later era Death levels of complex and it creates an excellent sound and all of the performances are held together and carried by Superchi’s vocals which again are excellent and he is able to flex his vocal chords in all ways, everything is here, shrieks, howls, growls and more, Superchi is easily one of the most dynamic vocalists in metal right now and this album is proof of that.

Genre: Melodic Black Metal
Category
Music
Tags
EuroGirl