Death – Human Reviews

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13 responses to “Death – Human Reviews”

  1. Gamaliel says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Death Album
    This album is the best Death album. I never get tired of this album ever. Buy it now goddamnit!

  2. Oren says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Album, not so great mixing
    I’ve always loved this album, ever since the sound hit my ear drums, but what I’ve always hated, was the mixing.

  3. Anonymous says:

    The death was one of the best, and probably first and foremost innovators of the death metal genre, but it was with this album actually built, that the death of their old as one of the greatest metal bands of all time. This marked a new phase for the death, so they form part of a band in a largely school Chuck Indians solo project, with every song on this album, and all future albums death, written by Chuck alone. This also marked the beginning of a series of publications of the rare, exceptional quality of climax in the publication of phenemenol sound of perseverance, which I consider to be the best Death album, and one of the few greatest albums ever by anyone. If you have not heard of any death, this is perhaps a better place to start, but this fantastic version still belongs in any collection of metal fans, and is probably my second favorite Death album. Although the death was originally a pure Death Metal band, this version and all future releases, death is better than progressive death-thrash, leans a bit more towards thrash side. It is difficult to say why, other than to say that it feels more like thrash than death, for me anyway. Even if it alleged that a large proportion of the increased brutality of death metal, the riffs are very thrashy structurally, and they are always clean and fresh, not blurred and noisy as they are usually in fast Death Metal. By and large, the riffs come a cross as a stylistic fusion of Reign in Blood and under the remains. Even the rather thrashy drums to the high-beat style drums also common Death Metal. Speaking of drums, Sean Reinert from Cynic is a fantastic drummer, although I prefer the later work of Gene Hoglan and Richard Christy. Sean does not seem to have as much personality as the 2nd style To his advantage, he is probably the most bass drummer I've ever heard, with more use of them as the latter 2nd He can be incredibly fast, but still mixes the tempos more than any drummer I've heard. The rhythm guitar work is very good as well, some of the fastest and most technically circumvent. Chuck does not seem to be in a position to write an uninteresting riff. The solos are well executed, but not very large, and not nearly as good as they would have only one album later. They still have their moments, especially on the lake and instrumental Cosmic and the lack of understanding. The bass is unfortunately quite MIA aforementoined with the exception of the Cosmic Sea, where he was a nice, if brief solo. Chuck's inimitable vocals fit the music very well, and he writes some thoughtful lyrics. The only possible complaint against this album is that other than the relatively gentle instrumental is little variety. The intensity seldom relents, and more on the extremely fast tempos, but each track drops to more mid-tempo pace, at least occasionally. However, even if it is not about diversity, it is very consistent, with the track quality ranges from very good to great. The opener, the flattening of emotions is probably my favorite track, and is the fastest and most intense unrelenting way on the album, although it is still a very catchy chorus. The next track, Suicide Machine, is another standout. A bit slower, but still knows when they come up to speed and got another strong chorus. The lack of understanding is another fast number, with some nice stuttering, jumpy riffs and leads in just thrown. (It also has the best solo on the album.) Anyway, enough about the individual tracks. All articles. This is really about all I got to say. Truly, a great metal album. Get it.

  4. Bishop says:

    This is not only my favorite Death Metal album, that was my awakening!. this album changed my life forever. I have the death of the fan for more than 12 years, much as they released spiritual healings and let me tell you, has from that time I was incredibly impressed ….. technicality of the album is something else entirely. the writing and musical composition is so well that even today ultratechnical human metal bands as a source of inspiration and technicality. Chuck's Lyric are probably some of the imaginative and intellectual must always be in the music. his musical inventiva was determined by a very emotional, spiritual, complex and versatile imagination ….. this can only love and passion for music size. every song is completely different from themselves, each shop is Clockwork Orange. the collection of some of the people have incredible virtuosity in the music (Steve digiorgio, Sean Paul and REINART masdival) make this album a Hall of Farmer. I will always remember u feed for everything you need me, musically and spiritually. …….. Your music will always be a source of inspiration, not only musically, but personally, God, have you under its will deeply miss your albums and depply overvalued by those who really appreciate true and intelligent heavy metal virtuosity. r.i.p.

  5. Victor says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This is a master piece
    For all Heavy Metal fan out there this is a must nave CD… Its aggressive and real melodic..No gay parts at all.. I love it…

  6. Anonymous says:

    Some may be by the pounding bass, detuned guitar riffs, and of course the growling / screaming vocals, but I love every second of this album. Chuck Shuldiner and Death have developed so much since the days of “Scream Bloody Gore”. While UBS had simple riffs and rough texts, this album offers much more technical and progressive songwriting, and good lyrics. Mind you, it's still hard as hell, and incredibly fast. Chuck Shuldiner was really a great guitarist. The riffs that he wrote for this album is surprisingly melodic and precise, but complicated and very fast. His solos are fluid and melodic. The musicians accompany him, he with the best up to this point. Sean Reinert and Paul Masividal by Cynic on the guitar and drums. If you are unfamiliar with Cynic, you should know, they're amazing. If you do not, you can trust me on that one. Steve DiGiorgio bass is a God who has Sadus, Iced Earth and others. He plays incredibly fast riffs with his fingers. Whoa! Chuck's songwriting has a progressive and technical again here, but it is still very much a straight death metal sound. “Flattening of Emotions” is about the best songs of all time, with its incredibly fast double bass and awesome trade-offs between Chuck and Paul in the solo. It is also Chuck's mighty Growl / scream, which he has always my favorite death metal singer. The album's fault if he admits that there is not so diverse. I have no objection if, when the material is good. “Suicide Machine”, “Together As One” “See Through Dreams” and “Secret of Face” are all stand-outs also, with excellent riffs and incredible guitar solos. “The lack of understanding” is a wonderful song, with its breathtaking opening jazzy. “Cosmic Sea” is an instrumental with some very fluent solo. It's damn close to impossible to play the samples as clean and as fast as either Chuck or Paul plays on this song. So, in short, more than any other death metal album. Apart from their first albums, death has always had a unique and innovative sound than most other death metal bands. In my opinion, Chuck also writes a lot more intelligent, thoughtful and realistic texts. The average person can rely on many of Chuck's later texts. If you are interested in technical metal or death metal, you can not go wrong with this album. Unless you can see by the things that in the first sentence of this review. I probably repeated myself a lot in this test, but oh well. The album is just so damn good. Also recommended: Death – Symbolic, The Sound of Perserverance.

  7. Anonymous says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The best
    no Top 10 best death metal albums lists could ever be taken seriously if Human wasn’t on it. Keep that in mind; if you ever see anyone listing the Best death metal albums and…

  8. Dwi says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This album changed how I listen to music. It has to rank as one of the all time great metal records! Chuck was a god amongst men. May he rest in peace.

  9. Wilton says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Death metal at its best.
    Once your ears are able to pervade the vacuum-like production, you’ll realize how awesome this album is.

  10. Urian says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best. Death. Metal. Album. Ever.
    This is one of the few death metal/ grindcore albums that i find listenable. It’s not just fast. It’s not just aggressive. It’s not just techincally impressive.

  11. Nadine says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    If This Isn’t A Masterpiece…
    …you might as well consider George W. Bush to be one of the most intelligent men to have ever existed.

  12. Fantasia says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    how come the listening samples are messed up? anyway i would buy this album but my parents would never alloow me too…kinda sad huh?

  13. Rahima says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Death Metal defined
    Tremendous release by Death and for all intensive purposes – PERFECT. If you don’t appreciate this one after a few listens – go back to whatever metal genre you came from.

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