JorZine - Destiny In Chains - Last Forever

Destiny In Chains - Last Forever

Label: Self-Released

Reviewer: Moustapha Laithy - 2012-09-05

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Rating
6.5/10
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Highlights:  I couldn't pick a highlight

With the sense of great Metalcore, Destiny In Chains became one of the special bands in Egypt. And they are so influenced with "All That Remains, As I Lay Dying", as one of the greatest Metalcore bands, with almost all of their music, in intros, vocaling, drumming, and the headbanging riffs.

 

Destiny In Chains has released their tracks in that gothic, full of pain theme.

So I will analyze every part of their Tracks in the following order:

 

 

The Lyrics: As we used to know the Metalcore music is a way to express betrayal, hate, pain of life, love, and so many others with a scream that is coming of heart. That what Destiny In Chains what have they done in most of their Tracks, but there are some of tracks what are full of proud, and love.

 

The Intros: In their intros they are kind of influenced with All That Remains, but they do it in their own way, they begin with that clean line with guitars and then let the head banging begins.

 

The Riffs: As it's used on Metalcore the head banging riffs which are coordinated with the drumming.

 

The Drumming: there is a real coordinated drums, like the double bass is so coordinated with the guitars to show a head banging riffs.

 

The Vocals: for the Vocalist, he has a good tonality with the growling which suits the Metalcore genre.

 

My notes on the album are: Destiny In Chains has done so good work with their album in general; they add that oriental theme to a track that called "Last Forever" in one of its solo, which is pretty good.

 

Still they need to work little more on their tracks to be more differentiated. Their tracks, their riffs are almost alike but they are only different in Vocals, Lyrics and Intros. They need more solo's in their albums but it's isn't the big deal.

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