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10 tracks of modern metal malaise is what Italian troupe Admiron serves up on their third full-length endeavor entitled K2. This 10-track excursion finds the quartet celebrating their decade plus in the metal realm by dabbling in the atmospheric musings of Opeth (“Passenger”) as well as tinkering with the off-kilter polyrhythmic pummeling of Meshuggah (“Oriens”) to create their left of center sound while a versatile vocalist leads the proceedings with just the right mix of harsh screams and clean sung passages to guide through the treacherous musical landscapes traveled (“Where Nothing Changes”). Decisively dark and brooding with a pronounced bass guitar presence making an impact, Adimiron’s blend of advanced thrash metal with murky melodic overtones fits in nicely amongst the Machine Head and Soilwork albums in your collection.
- Mike SOS