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PostSubject: Burden of Grief   October 11th 2010, 09:56

Have you ever heard of Burden of Grief? Well I just discovered them in the official Nuclear Blast magazine and I really dig their riffing, I'm not that happy with the vocals, they are really good but I'd prefer some deep brutal death metal vocals, that would totally rule. But they are pretty good though.

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PostSubject: Re: Burden of Grief   October 15th 2010, 13:53

Never heard of them, they sound great, for some reason they remind me of CoB in the beginning.
Agreed on the vocals, perhaps some screams and grunts mixed would go well in my opinion.

These guys would do immensly great live, the riffs really spark some serious headbanging.

Personally i'd love some keyboard chords, but they also sound well without!

If these guys would come to Holland i'll pay them a visit Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Burden of Grief   October 16th 2010, 13:39

haha Very Happy

They are really talented. The riffs are fucking great...I got some struggles with the singing but I hope that I'll get into them soon. I'll def. buy their album once I see it in a store.
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PostSubject: Re: Burden of Grief   October 30th 2010, 07:21

Inhale vocals Very Happy i thinlk their OK but they destroy the voice. And the Band sounds good too, but its not ... special enough.
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PostSubject: Re: Burden of Grief   October 31st 2010, 08:45

Hey, they really remind me of the "old" Arch Eenemy (before they got Gossow)... not my favourite but worth listening to. Also, their riffs are actually really well played ^^.
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