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Ektomorf: Vivid Black

Vivid Black by the Hungarian act Ektomorf is a painfully difficult listening experience for me, so I’ll keep this review succinct.

This album is the love child of a ménage à trois between Slipknot, Machine Head, and Korn. A steaming pile of ‘meat-head metal’ that throwback to a time and style that simply never resonated with me. The proverbial ‘cherry on top’ is the excessive use of expletives and overly angst-ridden lyrics which are so over the top that it verges on unintended comic relief.

Enough said.

01 - I'm Your Last Hope (The Rope Around Your Neck)
02 - Die
03 - Never Be the Same Again
04 - I Don't Belong to You
05 - Fade Away
06 - You and Me
07 - Vivid Black
08 - The Best of Me
09 - You Belong There
10 - REM

Added: February 13th 2024
Reviewer: Chris Reid
Related Link: Band Facebook Page
Hits: 333
Language: english

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