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Blessing in Disguise

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  • This is by far more superior than even their 2nd best(Self-Titled), however I really wish the mastering process was better. The production was excellent as it was done by veteran Terry Date(Overkill; Pantera)who established himself as a powerhouse producer. But the sonic levels in the mastering could be brought up a few notches to at least match the sound quality of their debut. This being considered their best album, one has to wonder how come it took David Wayne & Kurdt Vanderhoof to leave this band to make such a great album? Mike Howe is my favorite MC vocalist and it’s a damn shame he didn’t return for “Weight of the World”

    That’s all as there are alot of other reviews discussing the lyrical content and length of songs, so I won’t bore you with those details.

    I gave it 4 stars because of the weak mastering process

    Posted on December 5, 2009