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Deconstruct: The Human Condition

Deconstruct, hailing from America's West Coast, has opened for the likes of Disturbed, Iron Maiden, Def Leppard, Nickelback and Chevelle, and the band plays dark, crushing and downtuned metal that's mired in Nineties arrangements and production techniques. I'm not sure how, say, Def Leppard fans would have reacted to Deconstruct's performance. Perhaps they dug the Mike Patton-like vocals that singer Skitz sometimes mimics, and they might be intrigued to know that a few songs on Deconstruct's full-length debut, The Human Condition, were mixed by Michael Rosen (Tesla and Santana). Maybe Maidenheads got off on the heavy riffing. Nickelback fans probably just shrugged and went to get a beer, while Disturbed and Chevelle fans no doubt thought some hotshot new band was pissing on the ground already occupied by their favorite bands. The Human Condition is OK for a couple of spins, but will you really need to hear it any more times than that?

Track Listing:
1) Welcome to the End
2) No Way Out
3) Automatic
4) Parasite
5) Time Kills
6) Thrown Away
7) Black Hole
8) Queen of Misery
9) Silence
10) The Human Condition

Added: September 12th 2005
Reviewer: Michael Popke
Related Link: Official Deconstruct Web Site
Hits: 2421
Language: english

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