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Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. September Studio Fredman. Melodic death metalgothic metal. Century Media. The Mind's I Projector He puts much sincere emotion into the deep vocals. To this day I've never understood why he just doesn't go for it full time since his growling is mid-class at best. Especially live. Where this albums successor, "Haven", has very little appeal beyond catchiness, this has depth.
And the more they depart from growling and riffing, the better it gets. The knockout combo or should I say regression combo? Tracks Dobermann - Dark Tranquillity - Projector (CD, four, five, seven, eight and ten has that great feeling going, while "Freecard", "There In" and "Dobermann" are on the mediocre side of things.
It's pretty punchy and a fine party metal song. Dark Tranquillity could probably sucker me in as an all time fan if this would be their sound. I can't say their metal music gives me much. Some of the music here is undeniably superior to everything else they've done. One of my friends said it sucked big time.
Today he worships this album, and so do I. The changes made from previous records are partly in their song structure, with more open arrangements, more space in the songs, a slight change of pace and overall shorter songs. Here he performs growling as well as a lot of very expressive clean vocals, a very pleasant surprise indeed. On the other songs there is more of a mixture of the vocal styles, and it sounds magnificent all the way. A permanent keyboardist has also been employed, and he does his job well all through the album without taking too much place.
The guitars complement each other nicely, and have become more Dobermann - Dark Tranquillity - Projector (CD more riff-oriented for each album, without losing the special DT melodic type of playing. As the album progresses, it just keeps growing on you. Every single song on offer here is so magnificently crafted and powerful in its own right that it makes your heart pound faster, but they also make each other and thus the album stronger by complementing each other in such a fantastic way.
A true masterpiece for all ages. Projector is their most melodic album yet released, Dobermann - Dark Tranquillity - Projector (CD. Projector starts off with Freecard. It starts off with a nice piano introduction and then goes on to the heavy guitar riffs, and returns in the end to conclude with the same piano as in the beginning. Freecard was a great song to begin the album, but then it just gets better.
Therein, easily the best track of the entire album is absolutely wonderful. It starts off with a nice and heavy guitar riffs, then Mikael comes in with his beautiful deep voice and changes from growling vocals to clear vocals a few times. The main riff of that song is very catchy; it is what made me like this song and what made me want to get further into Dark Tranquillity. Undo Control is also an excellent song on the album.
The intro riff is also amazing in this song, it really gets you into the song. Then the female vocals get in and leave the song with, not a thoroughly dark atmosphere, but definitely an atmosphere. It practically follows the same pattern as Therein. Then, my favourite slow song of the album: Auctioned. He sings it with a kind of complaining voice, which renders the lyrics more credible and plunges you into the song.
Four minutes into the song is where it gets even better. You can clearly hear the nice job Michael Nicklasson does on the bass, and then the excellent slow dusky solo. The streak of excellent songs does not end there; To A Bitter Halt is another nice heavy song. The vocals never get soft and same goes for the guitar, it is always heavy and the guitarist throws in a nice solo halfway through the song.
The Sun Fired Blanks just did not do it for me. I never was able to get into that song, in my opinion; it is the weakest of the album. Good, but nothing exceptional. The next song, Nether Novas, is one of the most solid tracks of the album. The dark, deep, powerful and ingenious lyrics of this song are definitely one of a kind. The next track, Day To End, is the softest song of the album along with Auctioned.
It is not excellent, but still is a good song. Dobermann and On Your Time are both good songs too. Overall, the album is excellent. Practically all songs have an incredibly catchy introduction riff and most of them contain a gloomy and slow solo, nothing incredible, but they really grow on you.
Yeah, thats what I thought of when I recently pulled out this cd which I have not listened to in a long time. They remind me of that band for 2 reasons: Stanne's clean vocals and some of the keyboard atomosheric material on the album.
Now, I know that the mention of that band in the same breath with the great DT will scare many metalheads. Well, it should. This is NOT for everyone. Heck, the first time I listened to the piano intro that starts "Freecard", I raised my eyebrow like the Rock and when the clean vocals of "Therein" kicked in, I put this thing away immediately. I did listen to it a couple of more times but never really dug the album.
Until now. Now, don't get me wrong, this does not compare to the greatness of Skydancer, Gallery, or their Dobermann - Dark Tranquillity - Projector (CD, Damage Done. But, its pretty good for what it is Even the gothenburg tag fits loosely here.
Keyboards, atmosheric sounding guitars, clean vocals, I will say this - Stanne is one my fav vocalists of all time at least his growling vocals. His death vox are unique and carry an emotional quality that is uheard by any other vocalists of this genre. He, alone, makes this album worth it. In addition, the abstract lyrics are quite cool and always a stong point of DT albums.
But it works when mixed with Stanne's incredible death vox delivery of "I resist without control". Again, proceed with exteme caution with this one, even if you are a DT fan.
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